Amid the Christmas season, Local Voices blogger Richard Pellegrino asks “What would Jesus do or have us do?”
Friday, December 28, 2012
Thursday, December 13, 2012
In his inaugural Local Voices blog for West Cobb Patch, Mo Walker asks how any culture can be considered "Post-Christian."
Tuesday, June 19, 2012
Tom Bevirt addressed a comment on Monday left on one of his Local Voices columns by current Councilman Chris Wizner.
During the public comment portion of Monday’s Powder Springs City Council meeting, former Councilman Tom Bevirt brought up issues he had with a comment left on one of his Patch Local Voices columns. The comment—left by Councilman Chris Wizner, the person who defeated Bevirt in November’s elections as he ran for his fourth term—said in part: “I agree more Citizens need to get involved in the City. However, when a few select Citizens start repetitively, near daily, impeding the production of City employees with questions, requests, and personal agendas it hurts all the Citizens of the City. Not to say this is wrong, but are we willing to risk increased taxes by all to hire more staff to get the needed work done so a few can have unlimited …
Wednesday, May 9, 2012
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Since Patch launched its blogging platform this time last year, we've had some great community writers and photographers join our team of Local Voices. These are citizens who are truly passionate about the topics they're writing about, whether that's schools, government, nature, health, volunteerism or simply passing along advice. Joining this friendly and inviting group is easy—so easy that it should take you less than five minutes to get set up and less than one minute to actually submit your posts (not including the time it takes you to write, of course). Already have a blog? You could cut and paste what you've already written to gain a new audience. Already typing up or sending out a newsletter for your church, business or organization…