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Business group honors Social Vinings restaurant
The Vinings Business Association looked to a familiar face when it named its 2014 Vinings Business or Organization of...
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Paulding’s top newsmaker for 2014 was not a single person but a collection of county residents who worked in various ...
02:55 PM, Tuesday, January 06
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Holiday hiring drops Paulding jobless rate to 6.0 percent
Paulding’s unemployment rate dropped significantly in November as holiday hiring began in earnest for county resident...
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Paulding commission adds $1 million in land to reservoir site
Paulding County commissioners recently approved the purchase of 359 acres adjoining the Richland Creek Reservoir site...
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Area lawmaker to push for governor’s bills in State Senate
A state senator representing Douglas and Paulding counties will serve as one of four Senate floor leaders for Gov. Na...
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Numbers on CCRPI vary between DeKalb, Decatur school distr...
Scores for the College & Career Ready Performance Index have been released and the City Schools of Decatur again surp...
11:33 AM, Tuesday, January 06
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WINE AND DINE: Decatur restaurant owners expand with speci...
Decatur residents can enjoy a one-stop shopping experience for wines, meats, cheeses, local produce, flowers and othe...
09:58 AM, Tuesday, January 06
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Jester talks budget, down-sizing for DeKalb school system
Dunwoody resident Stan Jester was set to be sworn in to the DeKalb County Board of Education as the representative fo...
09:40 AM, Tuesday, January 06
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DeKalb task force releases recommendations
The DeKalb Government Operations Task Force met for the final time Dec. 19 and made a series of recommendations regar...
09:34 AM, Tuesday, January 06
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Arctic blast expected to bring less than 5 degree wind chills
Forecasters are warning of dangerous wind chill readings as the coldest weather in about a year is expected in Georgi...
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Teens turned themselves in after murder of Paulding man, d...
Two teens who turned themselves in to Paulding sheriff's deputies were being held without bond in area juvenile justi...
06:26 AM, Tuesday, January 06
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State hosting book drive Saturday
This Saturday, Gov. Nathan Deal and First Lady Sandra Deal are asking Georgians to join them in With a Servant’s Hear...
06:17 PM, Monday, January 05
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Council approves referendum on $250M infrastructure bond
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05:42 PM, Monday, January 05
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Northside Hospital announces first New Year’s Day baby
The first baby born in metro Atlanta in 2015 was born 10 seconds past midnight Jan. 1 at Northside Hospital in Sandy ...
04:08 PM, Monday, January 05
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Piedmont Atlanta Hospital announces first New Year’s baby
Jaxon “Jax” Emery Dearlove was the first baby born in 2015 at Piedmont Atlanta Hospital in Buckhead. Jax, who was 6 p...
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