Buckhead Heritage Society seeks funds to repair he...
by Neighbor Staff
10:59 AM, Monday, March 30
The Buckhead Heritage Society, a nonprofit dedicated to preserving history in the community, Monday announced upon a recent inspection of Mount Olive Cemetery, society representatives observed three granite headstones in the African-American buria...

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