Phil Gingrey’s primo new gig

9:29 pm Jan. 29, 2015

Of all the vanquished Republican candidates for Senate, none has stayed closer to Gov. Nathan Deal’s orbit than Phil Gingrey.

The former congressman was a fixture at his metro Atlanta campaign events, an honored guest at

Public stadium fever spreads to Savannah

9:11 am Jan. 2, 2015

Stadium fever has spread from metro Atlanta to Georgia’s coast, though this case doesn’t appear as severe as recent outbreaks in Cobb County and downtown Atlanta.

Crumbling concrete forced county officials to block off sections

Legislative tip sheet: An end game aimed at March 20

8:12 am Feb. 17, 2014

After a second snow hiatus, the House and Senate convene at 10 a.m. this morning.

The House will vote on the big ($20.8 billion) budget for FY 15, a resolution urging Congress to adopt a national energy policy, and other assorted bills.

The Senate will set its calendar Monday morning.

Another thing worth watching: H.B. 796 would exempt from the state’s open records laws the “payroll and personnel records” of any private