East Point city councilwoman named to national com...
by Neighbor Staff
03:54 PM, Monday, March 30
East Point City Councilwoman Deana Holiday Ingraham has been appointed to the National League of Cities’ 2015 Community and Economic Development Steering Committee as well as to the Youth Education, and Families Council. The Community and Economic...

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UPDATED: Voter turnout higher than expected
(UPDATED TUESDAY AT 7:41 P.M. WITH INFO, QUOTES FROM ONE POLLING PLACE) The polls in Tuesday's general election close...
10:38 AM, Tuesday, November 04
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Voter turnout in DeKalb at a normal pace
Since the polls opened at 7 a.m. today, DeKalb County Voter Registration & Elections Administrative Assistant Mary Fr...
10:04 AM, Tuesday, November 04
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Paulding voting steady at county's 14 precincts
As of 9 a.m. today, Paulding County voters had cast 3,271 ballots at the county’s 14 polling precincts. Paulding Coun...
09:44 AM, Tuesday, November 04
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Dunwoody approves $23 million fiscal 2015 budget
Dunwoody City Councilmembers discussed the 2015 annual operating and capital budgets last week before voting 6-1 to a...
09:39 AM, Tuesday, November 04
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AVONDALE EATS: Pallookaville owner hosts new show on Cooki...
Since opening on Halloween night last year, Pallookaville Fine Foods, 17 N. Avondale Road in Avondale Estates, has be...
09:21 AM, Tuesday, November 04
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Douglas voting steady in early going
With more than 24 percent of Douglas County’s approximately 72,000 registered voters casting ballots during the early...
09:05 AM, Tuesday, November 04
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Henry County turnout 'busy'
Henry County Elections and Registration spokeswoman Brook Schreiner said this morning's turnout has been active. "It'...
08:51 AM, Tuesday, November 04
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Fulton Co. voting machine glitch corrected, turnout 'normal'
Fulton County spokeswoman April Majors said turnout at the polls, which opened at 7 a.m., is as expected but had a gl...
08:33 AM, Tuesday, November 04
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Medical marijuana documentary making Georgia premier in Da...
Paulding resident Jimmy “J-Bo” Wages is not worried about his portrayal in a new documentary about efforts to legaliz...
04:52 PM, Monday, November 03
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County defends election office action to order NRA hat rem...
Douglas County government spokesman Wes Tallon last week defended election officials' action to order a voter to remo...
04:29 PM, Monday, November 03
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UPDATED: More than 900,000 residents vote early
(UPDATED MONDAY AT 2:43 P.M. WITH UPDATED EARLY VOTING NUMBERS) The Georgia secretary of state’s office Monday releas...
02:43 PM, Monday, November 03
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Almost one-fifth of active Paulding voters went to polls e...
Paulding County voters will see few key local races Tuesday because most were decided in the May primary. However, Co...
01:41 PM, Monday, November 03
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DA, school board, commission races top Douglas ballot Tuesday
A number of key local races are set for Tuesday’s general election in Douglas County, including district attorney whe...
01:33 PM, Monday, November 03
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News Guide: Highlights of Georgia elections
Key races to watch in Tuesday elections across Georgia. TOP OF THE TICKET After months of high-stakes campaigning and...
12:07 PM, Monday, November 03
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North Fulton voters to decide district, county races
Georgia’s U.S. Senate and gubernatorial races may be getting all the publicity, but north Fulton is not without a lit...
11:50 AM, Monday, November 03
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