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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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Gay triumphant in College Park runoff
College Park reported unofficial results in the Ward 4 city council runoff between Ron Fears and Roderick Gay. Gay ou...
10:34 PM, Tuesday, April 14
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Henry County fugitive caught in DeKalb
Lt. Joey Smith of the Henry County Police Department issued this statement today: "On April 13 around 8:50 a.m., Henr...
07:17 PM, Tuesday, April 14
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Polls closed in College Park
College Park Ward 4 polls at the Sid Truitt Senior Center and the Godby Road Community Building, where voters have be...
06:59 PM, Tuesday, April 14
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Fulton school board reviews budget at work session
The Fulton County Board of Education Tuesday announced at its monthly work session at the North Learning Center in Sa...
06:47 PM, Tuesday, April 14
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Fulton school board members hosting community meetings
The local members of the Fulton County Board of Education will host monthly community meetings this week, the school ...
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Paulding student wins state poetry contest, to compete for...
Having gone up against 9,000 students from 74 schools across the state, Paulding high school senior Paris Stroud was ...
03:38 PM, Tuesday, April 14
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South Fulton delegation wraps up 2015 session
The recently adjourned Georgia General Assembly session saw south Fulton delegates score a win for economic developme...
03:30 PM, Tuesday, April 14
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Winners of Paulding industrial awards focus on aerospace, ...
Paulding-based companies serving the state’s thriving aerospace and film industries were in the spotlight last week. ...
03:28 PM, Tuesday, April 14
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Error may lead to veto of Paulding bill for filling board ...
A Paulding state lawmaker said he erred in filing a bill in the recently-completed legislative session which did not ...
03:16 PM, Tuesday, April 14
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Georgia Commute Options hosting Be the Solution activities
Georgia Commute Options, a Georgia Department of Transportation program designed to encourage alternatives to driving...
02:23 PM, Tuesday, April 14
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South Fulton legislator Jones to hold town hall meeting to...
Join District 62 State Rep. LaDawn Blackett Jones for a detailed discussion on this year's legislative session today ...
02:01 PM, Tuesday, April 14
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Granite Grasshopper Festival Saturday in Stone Mountain
Stone Mountain residents can hop to it for some family fun during the city’s inaugural Granite Grasshopper Festival a...
09:50 AM, Tuesday, April 14
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DeKalb resident will be featured on Food Network
A DeKalb County resident and home baking enthusiast will be a contestant on “Spring Baking Challenge,” a new series o...
09:18 AM, Tuesday, April 14
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Decatur chef cooks meals for chemo patients
A Decatur chef is helping local patients going through chemotherapy treatment by providing healthy, wholesome meal op...
09:11 AM, Tuesday, April 14
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Doraville to get new film/TV complex
Hollywood will soon arrive in Doraville. It was recently announced by The Integral Group — developers of the former G...
09:01 AM, Tuesday, April 14
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