Downtown Marietta before Geer Highway was four lanes wide. On the left is the old Marietta Washette, Jones' tire shop and Batson's Exxon. On the right is The Monitor's office, the dime store and Jararrd's Hardware. The photo was shot in the 1970's by Larry Atkins.
RICHMOND, Va., April 3, 2020 /Christian Newswire/ -- Prominent minister and former Republican nominee for Lt. Governor accuses Governor Ralph Northam of an unlawful power grab. Jackson is consulting with attorneys on filing an injunction to stop the Stay-At-Home order.
"This is a problem nationwide," says the Bishop. "Governors and Mayors are taking upon themselves powers they do not have. First of all, no elected official has constitutional power to order the citizens to d
Pictured with this article is a photo of a baseball game which was played in the Southern California Winter League during the 1918-1919 Spanish Flu Pandemic. Everyone in the City of Pasadena was required by law to wear a mask. Sixty people within that municipality were arrested for not wearing a mask. So, the baseball teams in that league complied with the law. Notice the batter, catcher and umpire in the photo are wearing cloth masks. But during the 1918 baseball season