Public invited to Christian City Open House March 16

Public invited to Christian City Open House March 16

If you’re like most people who live or work on the south side of metro Atlanta, you have heard of Christian City. Some know about the 52-year-old nonprofit’s mission to care for abused and abandoned children, while others know Christian City as a faith-based senior living community. To celebrate newly completed renovations to the Assisted […]

The doctor and the SPLOST

Picture this: Paramedics wheel in to the hospital emergency room a grossly obese man in obvious distress (his name could be anything, even Cal). “Doc, his heart just stopped and he needs help right now,” the EMT says. “No, get him out of my ER until he loses at least 150 pounds,” the ER doc […]

Starr’s Mill Deaf and Hard of Hearing Academic Team headed to nationals

Starr’s Mill Deaf and Hard of Hearing Academic Team headed to nationals

Laim O’Connell Named Most Outstanding Player For the eighth time in the past 12 years, deaf and hard of hearing teacher Cindy Hartpence has coached a team to the National Academic Bowl for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing High School Students that is sponsored each year by Gallaudet University. This year’s team placed in the […]

Piedmont Healthcare, Humana agree to new contract

New Humana contract will ensure patients’ continued in-network access to all Piedmont Healthcare facilities into 2021.

Piedmont Healthcare, Humana agree to new contract

Piedmont Healthcare and Humana have finalized a new contract, which will ensure patients’ continued in-network access to all Piedmont Healthcare facilities into 2021. The new contract will be effective March 1, 2017. The agreement ensures that plan participants enrolled in Humana employer-sponsored and individual plans, including Medicare Advantage, will have in-network access to the 1,600 […]

Monument to Pota Coston gets final OK from Fayette Commission

The Fayette County Commission on Feb. 9 agreed to the wording to be inscribed on a monument honoring the late Commissioner Pota Coston.

Monument to Pota Coston gets final OK from Fayette Commission

The Fayette County Commission on Feb. 9 agreed to the wording to be inscribed on a monument honoring the late Commissioner Pota Coston. By unanimous vote, commissioners approved the wording for the monument for the Kenwood Park Monument and Memorial Garden honoring the District 5 commissioner who passed away while in office in 2015. Coston […]

Local Georgia Tech graduates announced

Local Georgia Tech graduates announced

The Georgia Institute of Technology presented degrees to approximately 3,200 undergraduate and graduate students during the Institute’s 252nd Commencement exercises on December 16-17, 2016, at the McCamish Pavilion. Graduates from this area included: Anthony Agnone of Fayetteville (30215) – Master of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering Lloyd Anders of Peachtree City (30269) – Bachelor […]