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Fulton County Animal Services offering Jingle Tails deal
For residents looking for a good holiday deal, Fulton County Animal Services has one during its Jingle Tails holiday ...
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DeKalb author discusses first book based on his life
DeKalb author Trent Pines has chronicled a memorable time in his life, with his new book “Life on Altamont Court.” Th...
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MS nonprofit seeks participants for Why I Swim program
Swimming is great exercise for all ages and body types, and it can be especially good for individuals living with a c...
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Column: Christmas light donations aid Northside Hospital
Bright lights twinkling along the freeways this holiday season will mark the 25th year for Northside Hospital to hono...
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Buckhead church to host Christmas concert
Peachtree Presbyterian Church, 3434 Roswell Road in Buckhead, will host the 20th annual Nicholas Bowden and Friends C...
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Local businesses offer last-minute gift ideas
Looking for a last-minute holiday gift idea? Some local businesses have some unique items for shoppers. At Blend Cust...
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‘Little Raindrop Songs’ will entertain young audiences
Children will be encouraged to interact and play at the newest production of the Alliance Theatre for the Very Young ...
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Pet of the week: Jazzy
The Atlanta Humane Society Mansell Campus presents Jazzy for the pet of the week spotlight. Jazzy is a one-year-old d...
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Tree decorating guru brings joy to others
Verna Cleveland’s adoration of Christmastime manifests itself in her trees. Others have begun to notice, contributing...
09:38 AM, Wednesday, December 18
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DeKalb couple part of Fox Theatre’s ‘Nutcracker’
DeKalb couple John and Christine Welker are part of the supporting cast for the Atlanta Ballet’s production of “The N...
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Dunwoody family donates 500 boxes of food for the holidays
Although Dunwoody resident Bob Shumard said he hopes his family’s donation of more than 500 boxes of food for the Com...
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Heritage Sandy Springs honors volunteers, others
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Meritan in Cartersville seeks donations for Angel Tree
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Alliance Theatre's 'A Christmas Carol' returns
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Cultural Arts Center holiday card design competition refle...
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