Georgia, four other states get one-year ESEA exten...
by Staff Reports
07:11 PM, Thursday, July 31
President Barack Obama’s administration Thursday announced five states — Delaware, Georgia, Minnesota, New York and South Carolina — have received a one-year extension for flexibility from certain provisions of the Elementary and Secondary Educati...

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Halloween hikes return to Chattahoochee Nature Center in R...
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King’s Ridge Christian School in Alpharetta hosts third an...
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Alpharetta fundraiser benefits Tripp Halstead
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11:00 AM, Wednesday, October 16
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Cambridge High sophomore a great debater
Cambridge High School sophomore Nico Leis has a way with words and public speaking. The straight-A student started a ...
10:58 AM, Wednesday, October 16
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County commissioner to hold 2014 budget meeting in north F...
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10:54 AM, Wednesday, October 16
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Milton Grows Green values water quality
A recently formed program and an upcoming community event show that water quality is a concern for members of Milton ...
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Alpharetta awarded Governor’s Office of Highway Safety funds
The city of Alpharetta was awarded $14,700 in Share the Road funds by the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety.  The g...
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TAG, Dept. of Labor to co-host Paychecks for Patriots
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Mungal and Wheeler face off in Stone Mountain mayoral race
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Decatur church hosts 52nd annual barbecue
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Rotary hosts fourth annual RunDunwoody 5K
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Stone Mountain Scottish festival and Highland Games celebr...
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09:56 AM, Tuesday, October 15
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Possible face lift for Brookhaven-Oglethorpe MARTA station
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Brookhaven Arts Festival celebrates 10 years
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