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The DeKalb County School District announced a dramatic breakthrough in communication with parents, guardians and families of nearly 22,000 students whose primary home language is other than English. The district recently purchased 200 cutting-edge...

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Community Assistance Center touts growth at breakfast
The Community Assistance Center in Sandy Springs celebrated its breakfast and annual meeting last week at the Dunwood...
10:29 AM, Thursday, April 02
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Douglas County jobless numbers reflect growth
Unemployment in Douglas County fell one-tenth of a percentage point from January to February of this year. However, m...
10:11 AM, Thursday, April 02
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NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH: Stalker
Police reports of note from the Atlanta Police Department’s Zone 2, which includes Buckhead, March 8 through 14, and ...
10:09 AM, Thursday, April 02
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Buckhead woman one of state’s youngest female advisors
Buckhead resident Mary Lowell Downing, a SunTrust Bank client advisor associate, could be the only woman under 30 in ...
09:59 AM, Thursday, April 02
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Henry County churches host Easter services
Many churches, congregations and places of worship around Henry County will be celebrating this Sunday with special E...
09:57 AM, Thursday, April 02
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Henry County schools average or above on new climate rating
More than 90 percent of Henry County public schools earned three or more stars in the inaugural school climate rating...
09:52 AM, Thursday, April 02
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Douglas animal control building, programs spur excitement
Douglas County Animal Control officials are developing a new program designed to increase the adoption rate of animal...
09:39 AM, Thursday, April 02
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PRIDE OF THE HILL: Douglas student earns national voluntee...
Like many high school seniors, Chapel Hill’s Justin Bell is anticipating going to college which, for him, will be Mic...
09:13 AM, Thursday, April 02
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New party chairman to speak to Douglas County GOP
New Douglas County Republican Party Chairman Terry Baggett is set to speak to the monthly meeting of the political or...
03:32 PM, Wednesday, April 01
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Metro Atlanta’s unemployment rate declines to 6.1 percent ...
The Georgia Department of Labor announced recently that metro Atlanta’s unemployment rate for February was 6.1 percen...
03:26 PM, Wednesday, April 01
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Paulding student to represent Georgia in national poetry c...
A Paulding County student is the state winner of the Poetry Out Loud competition hosted by the Georgia Department of ...
03:15 PM, Wednesday, April 01
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Mayor calls for business owners to be creators within Alph...
More than 100 businesses were honored last Thursday at a breakfast held by the city of Alpharetta. The 2014 Business ...
01:10 PM, Wednesday, April 01
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Roswell's Anti-Aging Skin Studio by Renata offers hot deal...
Summer is right around the corner, so for many women, and men, it is time to get ready to put your best face forward....
12:58 PM, Wednesday, April 01
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Multi-use project approved at Old Milton Parkway, Thompson...
A multi-use project connecting downtown Alpharetta to Avalon has been given the OK by city council. At Monday’s city ...
12:46 PM, Wednesday, April 01
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Updated: All lanes now open on Ga. 400 northbound
Updated 1:30 p.m.: All travel lanes on Georgia 400 northbound in Alpharetta are now open. Three northbound lanes of G...
12:31 PM, Wednesday, April 01
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