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“If I had to choose between a government without newspapers, or newspapers without a government, I should not hesitate a moment to prefer the latter.” –Thomas Jefferson I just … more
Do you receive a lot of information these days? I do, and a great portion of it is pure junk. Hogwash. I am referring to emails that purport to contain a speech or column made by some prominent … more
During many metro Atlanta and North Georgia government meetings, you can often find self-described citizen journalist Nydia Tisdale in the back with her video camera recording the … more
The Forsyth County News has been publishing in Forsyth County since 1908 with a mission to inform and entertain users across North Atlanta. Vince Johnson was named publisher in January 2014. Could … more
We live in the Information Age. It is a time of unprecedented access to all kinds of information through the internet. It is called the Information Highway for a reason. Information. It is a … more
ALPHARETTA, Ga. — Georgia’s Sunshine Laws provide citizens access to public records, documents that often affect their lives. They can tell you why you pay taxes, why your road wasn’t … more
Every action of government is your business. Every document held in government halls is your piece of paper. Every penny spent by government is your money. From the courthouse to the … more
Alpharetta-based LexisNexis recently agreed to pay over $1.2 million in back pay and interest to 211 female employees after apparent pay discrimination. more
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