Georgia News

A messenger which will change medicine arises from the pandemic

In interviews over the past couple of weeks, Moderna CEO Stephan Bancel has described what would be his young company’s latest blockbuster: an annual booster, like today’s flu shots, which would protect people from both the flu and COVID, keeping pace with new variants as they come along. The post A messenger which will change medicine arises from the pandemic appeared first on SaportaReport. SaportaReport Read More

Progressive News

GOP ‘can’t whitewash what happened on January 6th’ and accept the ‘poison’ of Trump’s lies: Liz Cheney

On Monday, CNN reported that Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY), chair of the House Republican Conference and the highest-ranking House GOP official to back impeachment of former President Donald Trump, doubled down firmly on her position in a private meeting with Republicans, telling them in no uncertain terms they must reject Trump’s election lies as a party for the sake of American democracy. “‘We can’t embrace the notion the election is stolen. It’s a poison in

Georgia News

Building Resilience in Our Communities

For Troya Lusand Underwood Jackson, Families First Program Manager, the power of resilience to change lives is very personal. Troya has been part of Families First for more than 15 years but admits that it was not until she started leading the innovative resilience work for Families First that she looked back on her own The post Building Resilience in Our Communities appeared first on SaportaReport. SaportaReport Read More

Georgia News

Town Center CID fosters trail network to connect NW Cobb County, metro Atlanta

The footbridge to be built across an interstate highway near Kennesaw is the latest example in metro Atlanta of a new bridge built solely to help people walk, bike, skate or scoot on a trail system. The post Town Center CID fosters trail network to connect NW Cobb County, metro Atlanta appeared first on SaportaReport. SaportaReport Read More

Georgia News

COVID-19 causes graduation restrictions for the second year in a row

Graduation season has started this month with some new adjustments to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. By Allison Joyner At many institutions, an in-person graduation ceremony was out of the question for 2020 graduates, and that included me.  In September 2019, I completed the requirements to receive my Master’s in journalism from Syracuse University The post COVID-19 causes graduation restrictions for the second year in a row appeared first on SaportaReport. SaportaReport Read More

Atlanta Daily World

Massive Probation Reform Bill Signed Into Georgia Law

Massive Probation Reform Bill Signed Into Georgia Law An innovative probation reform bill (SB 105) was signed into law today by Governor Kemp, with the goal of reducing the number of Georgians serving lengthy probation sentences. SB 105 – introduced by Senator Brian Strickland (R-McDonough), carried in the House by Representative Tyler Paul Smith (R-Bremen) … Continued The post Massive Probation Reform Bill Signed Into Georgia Law appeared first on Atlanta Daily World. Atlanta Daily