Funding, involvement top issues
by Bill Baldowski
01:24 PM, Thursday, October 23
Douglas County Board of Education District 3 incumbent Janet Kelley and challenger Tracy Rookard said they see different No. 1 challenges for the school system in coming years. Kelley, a Republican, said the most critical task facing the school sy...

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Union City to host festival, 5K Saturday
Union City will host its inaugural UC Arts, Crafts and Music Festival Saturday from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. on the cross str...
11:00 AM, Wednesday, October 22
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State physical education group names Paulding's Senecal to...
P.B. Ritch Middle School teacher Dave Senecal recently received the middle school physical education teacher of the y...
10:42 AM, Wednesday, October 22
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Douglas representatives to lead electric co-op’s board
Two people representing Douglas County were elected to lead the GreyStone Power board of directors as more than 2,800...
10:27 AM, Wednesday, October 22
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Snelling outraises, outspends Alexander in third quarter i...
Republican challenger Bob Snelling outraised District 66 State Rep. Kim Alexander, D-Hiram, more than four-to-one and...
10:21 AM, Wednesday, October 22
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Paulding board gives go-ahead to finish design of county r...
Paulding commissioners last week approved $5.2 million for a company to complete designs of the planned Richland Cree...
10:12 AM, Wednesday, October 22
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Johnson challenging Hill for District 6 Senate seat
Democratic candidate Antron Johnson, a business owner seeking political office for the first time, will challenge Dis...
12:06 AM, Wednesday, October 22
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Beskin, Bozarth, Gibeling battling for District 54 House post
Republican Beth Beskin, independent Bill Bozarth and Democrat Bob Gibeling are battling for the District 54 state Hou...
12:05 AM, Wednesday, October 22
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Moore to discuss requests for transparency Wednesday
District 9 Atlanta City Councilwoman Felicia Moore, who represents part of Buckhead, will discuss her latest requests...
05:42 PM, Tuesday, October 21
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State releases early voting numbers
The Georgia secretary of state’s office Tuesday released a summary of early voting data for the Nov. 4 general electi...
05:07 PM, Tuesday, October 21
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UPDATED: Police investigating commercial burglaries
(UPDATED TUESDAY AT 3:20 P.M. WITH VIDEO OF ONE OF THE BURGLARIES) The Sandy Springs Police Department announced Frid...
03:24 PM, Tuesday, October 21
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Council approves creation of Bellwood Quarry committee
The Atlanta City Council Monday approved a resolution creating a 16-member advisory committee to make recommendations...
03:02 PM, Tuesday, October 21
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State releases update on registered voters
The secretary of state’s office Tuesday released updated information on the number of eligible Georgia voters registe...
11:41 AM, Tuesday, October 21
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Snodgrass to lead Dunwoody business community with chamber
A ribbon-cutting event, meeting the mayor and getting acquainted with staff and board members were on the docket for ...
09:47 AM, Tuesday, October 21
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Dads' Bucket List challenge set for Saturday in Dunwoody
This Saturday, Dunwoody dads and their children can participate in a challenging event while raising money for a loca...
09:34 AM, Tuesday, October 21
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Local doctor performs state’s first robotic kidney removal
Dr. Scott Miller, a urologist with Georgia Urology’s Northside Tower robotics office in Sandy Springs, earlier this m...
06:33 PM, Monday, October 20
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