South Fulton cities' municipal elections attract c...
by Noreen Cochran
05:05 PM, Friday, September 04
More than three dozen candidates are running for nonpartisan city offices in November. College Park mayor and city council hopefuls are, for mayor, retired city deputy police chief Thomas Kuzniacki and incumbent Jack Longino; for Ward 1 city counc...

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Retired Roswell fire chief defends replacement amid contro...
Questions have recently come up regarding the past of Roswell Fire Chief Ricky Burnette. In 1995, Burnette resigned f...
05:32 PM, Wednesday, December 03
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KSU president to speak to Paulding Chamber
Kennesaw State University President Dan Papp is set to speak to the Paulding Chamber of Commerce's monthly Georgia Po...
05:17 PM, Wednesday, December 03
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Sandy Springs approves potential use of eminent domain
Officials have authorized the city of Sandy Springs’ potential use of eminent domain to acquire a pair of parcels of ...
04:55 PM, Wednesday, December 03
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Roswell Dance Theater celebrates 26 years of ‘The Nutcracker’
Even after a quarter century of shows, Roswell Dance Theater co-founder Nancy Tolbert-Yilmaz said she still feels the...
04:43 PM, Wednesday, December 03
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Milton council considers clear cutting
The Milton City Council unanimously Monday approved the first presentation of a text amendment that will require most...
04:26 PM, Wednesday, December 03
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Municipal Association honors Alpharetta's Sue Rainwater wi...
Former Alpharetta City Clerk Sue Rainwater received the Lifetime Service Award from the Georgia Municipal Association...
04:06 PM, Wednesday, December 03
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Alpharetta council considers several options for future pa...
During a workshop session Monday night, Alpharetta city council members were presented with options to tackle future ...
04:05 PM, Wednesday, December 03
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Weekend Christmas celebrations planned in Milton, Alpharet...
North Fulton cities are preparing to greet the holidays with open arms and warm smiles, as Alpharetta, Milton and Ros...
03:20 PM, Wednesday, December 03
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Governor declares Dec. 10 Day of Code
In recognition of the vital importance of computer science education for Georgia’s future workforce and its economic ...
01:55 PM, Wednesday, December 03
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Douglasville unveils new disc golf course
Dennis Winkler approached the first tee at Hunter Park, surveyed the par-3 “hole” and then went to his bag. However, ...
10:59 AM, Wednesday, December 03
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Douglas County administrator nears move to Dunwoody city m...
Dunwoody City Council was set to vote Monday to hire Douglas County Administrator Eric Linton as its new city manager...
10:23 AM, Wednesday, December 03
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HELPING HANDS: Area churches reach out to give holiday sup...
Two of the largest church congregations in Douglas and Paulding counties are prepared to assist more than 2,500 needy...
10:13 AM, Wednesday, December 03
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Jester voted District 1 Commissioner in DeKalb's runoff el...
The final votes for the Dec. 2 runoff election are in and Republican Nancy Jester will be DeKalb County’s new Distric...
09:20 PM, Tuesday, December 02
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Winter Weather Preparedness Week under way
Gov. Nathan Deal has proclaimed this week as Winter Weather Preparedness Week. During the week, Georgians are encoura...
06:27 PM, Tuesday, December 02
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Atlanta City Council announces committee assignments
Atlanta City Council President Ceasar C. Mitchell Monday announced the chairs and the members of the council’s 2015 s...
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