Jessica Szilagyi

Jessica Szilagyi is a Statewide Contributor for She focuses primarily on state and local politics as well as issues in law enforcement. She has a background in Political Science with a focus in local government and has a Master of Public Administration from the University of Georgia. Jessica is a "Like It Or Not" contributor for Fox5 in Atlanta and has two blogs of her own: The Perspicacious Conservative and "Hair Blowers to Lawn Mowers."

FACT CHECK: Folsom Farmhouse Restaurant Not Involved in Firearm Incident with Postal Worker

A call for a boycott of a Tattnall County business made by a Glennville City Councilman on Monday ignited the internet, but an incident report on file with the Tattnall County Sheriff’s Office tells a story which has no involvement of the local business.Β 

Local Judicial Emergency Declared, Bulloch County Judicial Annex Closed Thru Friday

π—£π—¨π—•π—Ÿπ—œπ—– π—‘π—’π—§π—œπ—–π—˜: An Order has been issued declaring a Judicial Emergency and temporary closure of the Bulloch County Judicial Annex until Friday, July 10, 2020 for cleaning and disinfecting. See full Order below.

Statesboro Mayor Pens Letter Pleading with Biz Owners to Require Masks

As confirmed cases of COVID-19 continue to climb in Bulloch County, the mayor of Statesboro has asked businesses to require patrons to wear masks on their premises.Β 

Kemp Declares State of Emergency, Authorizes 1,000 Troops to Atlanta

"This lawlessness must be stopped and order restored in our capital city," Kemp said Monday afternoon.

State Rep. Battles Municipality Over Free Speech & Political Yard Signs

A Georgia state representative is battling with a local municipality in his district over the enforcement of a sign ordinance the representative says is unconstitutional.

‘Peace in the Streets’ Vigil Planned After Violent Weekend in Atlanta

β€œAtlanta -- like many urban centers in our nation -- has become a powder keg -- and is facing a leadership crisis.Β It’s facing a leadership crisis because our leaders have become more beholden to the power structure than to the under-served, drowning out their cries, drowning out their concerns," a coalition of pastors said Monday morning.
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