East Point city councilwoman named to national com...
by Neighbor Staff
03:54 PM, Monday, March 30
East Point City Councilwoman Deana Holiday Ingraham has been appointed to the National League of Cities’ 2015 Community and Economic Development Steering Committee as well as to the Youth Education, and Families Council. The Community and Economic...

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Local school to host documentary screening
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Pickett's Mill Battlefield to host re-enactment of Civil W...
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