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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Atlanta Opera brings tale of love lost later this month
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Registration begins Monday for Paulding's Hope for Christmas
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Meet Sophie, an adorable, 1-year-old border collie mix. Sophie is smaller than a border collie, weighing only 30 poun...
10:15 AM, Tuesday, November 04
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Brookhaven youth heading to metro-wide competition
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Patti Mactas, artistic director of Act3 Productions in Sandy Springs, is bringing the musical “By Wheel and By Wing” ...
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WILDE women honored for leadership
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01:50 PM, Thursday, October 30
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High Museum unveils two new exhibitions
The High Museum of Art’s recently unveiled exhibitions offer much in the way of illustrating twin touchstones of art ...
01:41 PM, Thursday, October 30
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Temple Sinai to host two events
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Camp Kudzu Benefit Luncheon to aid kids with Type 1 diabetes
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06:18 PM, Wednesday, October 29
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06:13 PM, Wednesday, October 29
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TurningPoint helps breast cancer survivors resume lives
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