Barnwell students entertain packed house as Shakespeare meets Dr. Seuss
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February 26, 2015 05:03 PM | 0 0 comments | 3 3 recommendations | email to a friend
A cast of 72 talented and enthusiastic fourth- and fifth-grade students from Barnwell Elementary recently performed a musical comedy for audiences at two locations. The young, dedicated cast members rehearsed “Green Eggs and Hamlet,” a musical parody combining the writings of William Shakespeare and Dr. Seuss, for two months under the leadership of writer and director Whitney King and PTA volunteer Kim Rutledge. Performances took place Feb. 5 and 6 at the Northview High School audit...
Propane gas study: Georgia's demand 226.1 million gallons
The Propane Education & Research Council, a Washington-based, congressionally authorized check-off and national energy organization, Tuesday released the findings in its economic impact study about...
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Plans for next Alpharetta City Center phase revealed
The all-new Alpharetta City Hall building may soon be joined by privately-developed restaurants, office complexes and residential units. Blueprints for the second phase of City Center developments ...
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Roswell neighborhood upset by redistricting plan
When the final Fulton County School System realignment map was revealed last month, many parents in the Roswell Station neighborhood were shocked. “We felt that previous meeting results showed the ...
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Minimum Wage Poll
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Is $15 per hour a reasonable amount for minimum wage?