AUGUSTA, GA (Anibal Ibarra) - Former First Lady Jocelyn Carter spoke at the Lucy Craft Laney Museum of Black History Thursday to near 50 people, during a campaign stop to ask voters to considere her grandson, Jason Carter, to be the next Governor. She spoke about mental health, education, jobs and other issues that put Georgia among the top 20 states in the Union when Democrats were in power more than a decade ago.
Friday, October 31, 2014
Thursday, October 30, 2014
ATLANTA, GA (PR) - El pasado 23 de octubre del presente, se realizó la primera expedición de las nuevas matrículas consulares de alta seguridad por parte del Departamento de Documentación a Mexicanos. La nueva matrícula consular contiene ahora un chip electrónico, hologramas y diferentes gráficos que la hacen más segura y disminuye su falsificación.
Wednesday, October 29, 2014
AUGUSTA, GA (Anibal Ibarra) - Laura y Gustavo Martinez subrayaron que no hay país más rico en historia y transcendencia mundial que los Estados Unidos, que se construyó no ha base de excusas sino por la voluntad heróica de su gente. El matrimonio oriundo de Venezuela, recientemente nacionalizados estadounidenses en setiembre, fue parte central del movimiento lanzado por Morris Communications, empresa propietaria del conservador diario Augusta Chronicle.
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
AUGUSTA, GA (Anibal Ibarra) - SR 981 creates the Joint Study Committee on the Prescription of Medical Cannabis for Serious Medical Conditions. The meeting number 4 of the committee will take place November 12 at 1pm at Georgia Regents University (GRU).
Tuesday, October 21, 2014
ATLANTA, GA (PR) - On Thursday, October 23, 6pm, Georgians from across the political spectrum will have an opportunity to share their views on money in politics, elections, and the future of our democracy with one of the nation’s top elections officials. Ann Ravel, Vice Chair of the Federal Election Commission, will participate in a public forum hosted by the Emory University School of Law at the Tull Auditorium, 1301 Clifton Road NE, in Atlanta.
Monday, October 20, 2014
Sunday, October 19, 2014
AUGUSTA, GA (Anibal Ibarra) - UPDATED 10/21/2014: A new route to connect the Augusta Mall and Fort Gordon was voted favorable by the Richmond County Commission. The pilot project set to begin November 3, one day prior the elections, will run for 6 months to adjust the service to the needs of the riders, then might continue normally. The Commission didn't allocate the full fund for the pilot and didn't hire a Director for the Augusta Public Transit (APT) also, yet. Other innovations are being discussed by the private operator and the Citizens Advisory Committee.
Saturday, October 18, 2014
AUGUSTA, GA (Anibal Ibarra) - Cuando un chico estadounidense es violado sexualmente en la escuela la pregunta de un extranjero es: ¿Qué garantías tienen mis niños en la escuela de no ser víctimas? En un foro comunitario organizado por I Breathe I Rise, se hizo un llamado a los maestros honrados y valientes y a los padres a denunciar sospechas de acoso sexual. Los escolares en el condado de Richmond deben ser protegidos, coincidieron, aunque hasta ahora pareciera que los violadores gozan de impunidad.
Thursday, October 16, 2014
AUGUSTA, GA (PR) – A major principle in Patient- and Family-Centered Care at Georgia Regents Medical Center is that patients have direct input into how their health care is delivered. For instance if a patient doesn’t want a blood transfusion, the hospital can accommodate this request through the Bloodless Medicine and Surgery Program.
Monday, October 13, 2014
AUGUSTA, GA - Lieutenant-General Leonidas Polk, of the Army of Tennessee, was killed by a cannon-shot in 1864, while engaged with his associates in command in making observations at the immediate front. Polk changed his mind about continuing as an Army officer and chose the priesthood instead. He also was a plantation owner in Louisiana with 200 slaves, according to scholars.