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Jim Walls became a journalist by chance. In 1972, at age 18, the high school graduate answered a newspaper advertisement for a lab technician without college experience in Virginia. At the … more
Brian Pritchard is a citizen journalist who started Fetch Your News in November of 2010. The online news platform has been up for seven years. “We have reporters assigned to each … more
Since the beginning of the internet, political blogs have informed readers about government and politics in a more free-form format than traditional news sources. Such blogs can highlight local, … more
MILTON, Ga. — A Milton group is questioning how legislation expanding a City Council district in 2015 to include a sitting council member’s residence passed the Georgia Legislature without … more
We live in a blessed and affluent community. But not too far below the surface, there is an invisible population of people struggling with homelessness. Whether we choose to avert our eyes, or these … more
While Georgia’s Open Meetings Act ensures citizens a front-row seat to decisions that affect their lives, some practices have cast doubt on government’s commitment to transparency. Technology … more
Fulton County and Fulton County Schools sat out on a case that could have cost them a combined $1.5 million in tax collections. Representatives for the county and school district chose not to … more
Once the Editor in Chief of the largest daily circulation newspaper in Turkey, Abdülhamit Bilici now lives in exile in the United States, searching for a job, and doing what he can to bring the … more
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