Tags: Kathryn Tuck

Updates on Georgia General Assembly’s Final Legislative Day

Today is the last day of the 2018 Georgia Legislature, also known as Sine Die. The capitol is filled with lawmakers working to get their bills passed before midnight. If the bills aren’t passed today, they will be tabled until next year. Here’s a look at what’s happened at the capitol so far: The Georgia…

Grady Explains: The Environmental Impact of Dumped Tires

The “Keep Athens-Clarke County Beautiful Tire Amnesty Event” is going on now! Community members can bring up to six tires without rims to the ACC Landfill to be disposed free of cost. It’s important to keep tires out of streams and woods because there are many environmental and health problems that arise from dumping. Some…

Transfit Athens Helps Women With Crisis Pregnancies

Transfit Athens is different than most gyms. It works to transform women not only physically but spiritually. The trainers incorporate Christian faith and worship into their personalized exercise programs. Transfit trainer, Shelley Tanner, started Hope 139 House to support pregnant women and new moms who need extra help. The organization is saving to purchase a…

CAIR Plans to Sue Barrow County Sheriff’s Office

The Georgia chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations plans to pursue legal action against Barrow County Sheriff’s Office. They say a backdoor ban blocked local Muslims from attending an Islam in America training course. The Barrow county Sheriff’s Office held an Islam in America training program on March 6th. The sheriff says it was…