Sandy Springs' Rigsby runs Boston Marathon for cha...
by Everett Catts
10:19 PM, Thursday, April 23
While the weather may not have been ideal, the experience of running in the Boston Marathon Monday was thrilling enough for Sandy Springs resident Scott Rigsby. Rigsby, who in 2007 became the first double amputee to complete the Ironman triathlon ...

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AARP providing free tax filing service
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Spring Atlanta Home Show starts Friday
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Paulding student art competition set for Saturday
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Pet of the Week: Roadie
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DeKalb residents to dance in Atlanta Ballet production
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