Flashback Games, the retro arcade at 162 W. Clayton St., is moving to Loganville later this month, according to its Facebook page:
Someone stole the Hill Street "Cobbham Historic District Neighborhood Park" sign from Piedmont College between 8 a.m. Dec. 11 and noon Dec. 17, according to Athens-Clarke County police. (That's a long time to not notice a sign is missing.)
The sign is black and gold and 32 inches by 42 inches.
Ralph Hudgens, the Republican state insurance commissioner who says he's doing everything in his power to obstruct Obamacare, has picked up a Democratic opponent.
Elizabeth "Liz" Johnson, a self-described 40-year veteran of the insurance industry from Statesboro, is running for Hudgens' post regulating insurance in Georgia, including implementing the Affordable Care Act.
Dexter WeaverWelcome to Athens Power Rankings. In the spirit of sports rating systems, through painstaking analysis, we rank the top movers and shakers in the Classic City each week. Who's hot? Who's not? Find out after the jump.
Congressional candidate, trucking company owner and Alabama fan Mike Collins is a hard target.
Sure, the other street fighters in the bloodsport we call the 10th District Republican primary hope he's expendable, but Collins is on a quest and is willing to take maximum risk until death. His campaign won't be derailed. No retreat, no surrender. He's a lionhart. A universal soldier. The other candidates have nowhere to run. That's why Collins is sort of doing the splits between two moving trucks in this parody of a Jean Claude Van Damme Volvo commercial.
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