Dear Santa Claus: I am going to forego my usual letter requesting snarky gifts for the humor-impaired. I expect there will be other opportunities in the future to gig them. One thing about the humor-impaired, they are like houseflies. They never go away.
Today's Scripture: Luke 4:28-30 (NIV) "All the people in the synagogue were furious when they heard this.29 They got up, drove him out of the town, and took him to the brow of the hill on which the town was built, in order to throw him off the cliff.30 But he walked right through the crowd and went on his way."
Don't expect to see the Richmond Hill quarterbacks handing off a lot this season.
Taxes are nobody's favorite expense. Most people view them as simply a nuisance bill to pay or as an added cost on a major purchase. Average Georgians rarely give state tax policy a second thought, especially compared to critical challenges like education and health care. But few issues matter more to the pocketbooks of Georgia families, the bottom line of Georgia businesses and the ability of state and local governments to fund quality public services.
The College Shop - you've seen them, every town had one. It's where all the gangs met for sodas and pops in the afternoon after class. There was no other place in town as important as the College Shop.
It is a potential killer whose numbers rival the deadly Ebola virus and it doesn't get near the attention it should. Unlike the dreaded illness currently ravaging West Africa this is one with a quick cure.
Officers were installed June 27 for the 2013-14 slate for the Richmond Hill Lions Club.
Old buildings talk – they have stories to tell. They whisper of times long ago and of faces now forgotten. An architectural gem of a bygone era still stands on Ford Avenue – the old courthouse.
Richmond Hill might be close to annexing a 1.4-square-mile swath of land near the intersection of Belfast Siding Road and I-95, a move that is the first step to building an industrial park that promises jobs and tax revenues for the area.
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