City's hardship pay program questioned by councilw...
by Staff Reports
01:13 AM, Friday, August 29
During Wednesday's Atlanta City Council finance committee meeting at City Hall downtown, District 9 Councilwoman Felicia Moore called into question Mayor Kasim Reed’s approval of “hardship” pay since 2012 for nine employees, including more than $8...

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Blue Heron Nature Preserve adds 4 acres
The Blue Heron Nature Preserve in Buckhead Thursday announced it is expanding. By adding 4 more acres, the preserve d...
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Rotary putts, serves, deals for annual event
On Sept. 8, the Country Club of Roswell will be the site of not just one, but two charity competitions — the 36th ann...
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Centennial High to host bash Sunday
This weekend, Roswell plans on welcoming fall with a bang. The 13th annual End of Summer Celebration will be held at ...
04:47 PM, Thursday, August 28
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Roswell swears in new municipal judge
“Those who know me know I’m not one for fanfare,” said Roswell Municipal Court Judge Brian Hansford, who was official...
04:41 PM, Thursday, August 28
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Council mulls Wills Park pool improvements
The city of Alpharetta is looking to make changes to the pool at Wills Park. At a work session Monday, Recreation and...
04:34 PM, Thursday, August 28
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New math program comes to Northwestern
A group of sixth-graders at Northwestern Middle School in Milton will soon have their math education supplemented by ...
04:29 PM, Thursday, August 28
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Tailgate fundraiser returns to downtown Alpharetta
Food, fun and football are on the agenda Sept. 13 as the Lionheart School’s Grilling and Gridiron Tailgate Party retu...
04:28 PM, Thursday, August 28
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NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH: Carjacking
Police reports of note from the Atlanta Police Department Zone 2, which includes Buckhead, Aug. 10 through 16, and th...
02:19 PM, Thursday, August 28
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Some Fulton teachers to see extra state funds
Designated math and science teachers working in the Fulton County Schools district can look forward to additional sta...
02:12 PM, Thursday, August 28
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Local financial pro showing way to retirement
Editor’s note: This story is part of an occasional series of articles profiling local professionals. Scotty Hendricks...
02:01 PM, Thursday, August 28
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Hapeville murder suspect arrested en route to Mexico
U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers, working closely with the Atlanta Police Department, Immigration and Cust...
12:14 PM, Thursday, August 28
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Former DeKalb commissioner Boyer charged with stealing cou...
Elaine Boyer, the former commissioner of District 1 in DeKalb County, has been arraigned on charges relating to her e...
10:15 AM, Thursday, August 28
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Fulton County Superior Court starts pilot project
The Superior Court of Fulton County Family Division in partnership with Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School and the Ge...
06:16 PM, Wednesday, August 27
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Officials: Local film studio nears announcement of new pro...
The Paulding Industrial Building Authority is nearing announcement of a new tenant for the county’s film studio and i...
04:48 PM, Wednesday, August 27
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Douglas jobless rate increase attributed to seasonal trend
Although the July unemployment rate in Douglasville and Douglas County reflected an increase from June, officials wit...
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