Jill Vejnoska

Jill Vejnoska has spent two decades as a news and features reporter for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.  She has been the newspaper's TV critic, an arts writer and, at various time, covered courts, the General Assembly and high profile political races inside and outside of the state of Georgia. She's pulled off the rare tandem of having covered both Hillary Clinton's first Senate campaign and Olympic synchronized swimming. A New Jersey native, she lives in Atlanta.

Latest from Jill Vejnoska

Ruff Life: There’s a Dog Valet service coming to Ponce City Market
 Does your pooch get too pooped playing on the Beltline to eat out afterwards? Is Rover over that whole shop till you drop thing? Never fear, Ponce City Market’s new Dog Valet service is here. Well . . . almost here. Joining its already existing bike valet service, the doggy dropoff amenity will open in early August in the buzzy mixed...

Posted: 6 hours ago

Does your pooch get too pooped playing on the Beltline to eat out afterwards? Is Rover over that whole shop till you drop thing? Never fear, Ponce City Market’s new Dog Valet service is here. Well . . . almost here. Joining its already existing bike valet service, the doggy dropoff amenity will open in early August in the buzzy mixed...
Jimmy Carter on medical scare in Canada: “I got through it fine.”
 Jimmy Carter on Friday night apologized for what he described as his “weak moment” when he became dehydrated on the site of a Habitat for Humanity building project in Winnipeg, Manitoba and ended up in the hospital. “My bringing attention to this Habitat project was completely unintentional,” Carter, 92,...

Posted: 13 days ago

Jimmy Carter on Friday night apologized for what he described as his “weak moment” when he became dehydrated on the site of a Habitat for Humanity building project in Winnipeg, Manitoba and ended up in the hospital. “My bringing attention to this Habitat project was completely unintentional,” Carter, 92,...
Two presidents to another: Bill Clinton, George H.W. Bush wish Jimmy Carter well
 It’s arguably the world’s most exclusive club, so it’s not surprising that its members look out for each other. When Jimmy Carter was felled by dehydration at a Habitat for Humanity building site Thursday, two of his fellow former presidents of the United States were quick to let him know they had his back. Hours after the...

Posted: 13 days ago

It’s arguably the world’s most exclusive club, so it’s not surprising that its members look out for each other. When Jimmy Carter was felled by dehydration at a Habitat for Humanity building site Thursday, two of his fellow former presidents of the United States were quick to let him know they had his back. Hours after the...
Social media sends serious love to Jimmy Carter after he’s hospitalized in Canada
 News that Jimmy Carter had become dehydrated on a Habitat for Humanity site in Canada on Thursday morning didn’t go unnoticed, especially on social media. While the 92-year-old former president was taken to St. Boniface General Hospital in Winnipeg “as a precaution,” the Carter Center said in a statement,...

Posted: 14 days ago

News that Jimmy Carter had become dehydrated on a Habitat for Humanity site in Canada on Thursday morning didn’t go unnoticed, especially on social media. While the 92-year-old former president was taken to St. Boniface General Hospital in Winnipeg “as a precaution,” the Carter Center said in a statement,...
CNN finds renewed relevancy comes with a price
 Just a few years ago, CNN was teetering on the edge of irrelevancy. Its nonstop coverage of missing airliners and ailing cruise ships made it the butt of late-night comics’ jokes, its ratings drop was so precipitous that even its newly named president, Jeff Zucker, likened the Atlanta-based network to a “spare tire in the trunk...

Posted: 20 days ago

Just a few years ago, CNN was teetering on the edge of irrelevancy. Its nonstop coverage of missing airliners and ailing cruise ships made it the butt of late-night comics’ jokes, its ratings drop was so precipitous that even its newly named president, Jeff Zucker, likened the Atlanta-based network to a “spare tire in the trunk...
Happy 71st wedding anniversary Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter!
 Forget his Nobel Peace Prize, her groundbreaking work in the area of mental health, and, oh yeah, the four years they spent as President and First Lady of the United States. It all pales beside Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter’s marital track record, which has just hit a whopping 71 years. It was July 7, 1946 when the couple married at...

Posted: 20 days ago

Forget his Nobel Peace Prize, her groundbreaking work in the area of mental health, and, oh yeah, the four years they spent as President and First Lady of the United States. It all pales beside Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter’s marital track record, which has just hit a whopping 71 years. It was July 7, 1946 when the couple married at...