Monthly Archives: March 2018

BOE approves International Baccalaureate program

Calling it an opportunity to offer students another rigorous academic option, the Board of Education approved the creation of an International Baccalaureate program. An internationally recognized program known for its rigorous academic and personal standards, International Baccalaureate (IB) will add to the options for students to push themselves to higher goals.  “It’s another opportunity for…

Mi Casa Su Casa

There are ants in my bathroom. I first saw them there three days ago. There were only four or five very tiny little ones moving stealthily up the side of my glass shower door at first. Then I espied one on the floor next to the grey mat that I planned to step out of…

Brown wants GDOT to kill McDonough Road project

Citing its potential to create a huge traffic backlog in the heart of Fayetteville, Commissioner Steve Brown wants GDOT to reconsider their longstanding plans to widen McDonough Road. At Thursday night’s County Board of Commissioners meeting, he asked for support for his resolution calling on GDOT to cease the project. “I’m just beset with anxiety…

Geriatric Run

As an only child, I had all the elderly mother caretaker privileges by myself. I say privilege because it was something I was happy to do, although sad at the same time. My parents were 40 when I was born and so my world was hanging around with my parents’ older friends. Had I been…

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