Handicapped parking may lead to volunteer opportunity
by Christine Fonville
January 22, 2015 08:36 AM | 1 1 comments | 2 2 recommendations | email to a friend
A McDonough resident and recently retired Henry County bailiff is on a mission to keep handicapped parking spaces free for their designated users. Charles Pierce said he wants community members to join him in asking McDonough city officials and the city police department to let volunteers help identify handicapped parking violators. He cited a successful program he helped start in Fremont, Calif., as a good example of how the program can work. “In the early 1990s, I helped start a p...
Stockbridge city councilwoman helps students
At the Jan. 12 Stockbridge City Council meeting, City Councilwoman LaKeisha Gantt presented two $500 checks on behalf of the city to two local programs that serve school children. The first check w...
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Column: Finding light in the midst of darkness
Q: A lot of tough things have happened in my life over many years and they’ve worn me down. I just don’t see the point anymore. I don’t know why so much darkness has descended on me. Sometimes I be...
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Column: Finding light in the midst of darkness
Q: A lot of tough things have happened in my life over many years and they’ve worn me down. I just don’t see the point anymore. I don’t know why so much darkness has descended on me. Sometimes I be...
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Elected officials and college degrees
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Do you think it is important for elected officials to have college degrees?