Sandy Springs honored by ARC for energy efficiency
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January 29, 2015 08:50 AM | 0 0 comments | 1 1 recommendations | email to a friend
Wednesday, the city of Sandy Springs was one of seven local governments recognized by the Atlanta Regional Commission for leadership in implementing policies and practices that contribute to efficient and sustainable use of resources in metro Atlanta. The city was honored for becoming a Bronze Certified Green Community at the commission’s January board meeting in downtown Atlanta. This is the first time the city has achieved certification. In addition to Sandy Springs, the commissio...
Ga. Senate passes bill requiring insurance coverage for autism therapy
The Georgia state Senate has passed a bill requiring insurance companies to cover autism therapy for children younger than 6. Lawmakers passed the bill, 54-0 on Thursday. Supporters say early inter...
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UPDATED: Police identify pedestrian hit by vehicle on I-285
(UPDATED THURSDAY AT 6:14 P.M. WITH A DESCRIPTION OF THE VEHICLE THAT MAY HAVE HIT THE VICTIM) The Sandy Springs Police Department Thursday afternoon announced it has identified the pedestrian hit ...
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  • Atlanta Jewish Film Festival promises a pop-culture blast
    by Margot Carvallo
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  • Column: Finding light in the midst of darkness
    by Lauretta Hannon
    01.22.15 - 06:35 pm
  • Column: Finding light in the midst of darkness
    Q: A lot of tough things have happened in my life over many years and they’ve worn me down. I just don’t see the point anymore. I don’t know why so much darkness has descended on me. Sometimes I be...
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    Elected officials and college degrees
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    Do you think it is important for elected officials to have college degrees?