South Fulton cities' municipal elections attract c...
by Noreen Cochran
05:05 PM, Friday, September 04
More than three dozen candidates are running for nonpartisan city offices in November. College Park mayor and city council hopefuls are, for mayor, retired city deputy police chief Thomas Kuzniacki and incumbent Jack Longino; for Ward 1 city counc...

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Buckhead CID begins Phase II of $100 million park plan
The Buckhead Community Improvement District will move forward with the second phase of the Ga. 400/Lenox Loop Gateway...
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Commission OKs change in Paulding airport operating agreement
Paulding commissioners voted Tuesday to alter an intergovernmental agreement with the county airport authority to cha...
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Health, safety, college affordability get Douglas legislat...
Changes are coming to college affordability, seizure treatment and high school football safety, members of the Dougla...
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Battle of bands in downtown Douglasville to precede music ...
Douglasville’s O’Neal Plaza and the Foxhall Resort and Sporting Club in Douglas County will soon draw the country mus...
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Lt. Gov. Cagle: charter school systems are the future
Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle said restructuring education will be essential in yielding the greatest return on investment for...
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Fulton County seeks student commissioners by May 20
Fulton County’s Department of Aging and Youth Services Department, Office of Children and Youth is recruiting high sc...
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Paulding commissioners narrowly approve backyard chicken o...
Paulding residents will be allowed to keep chickens in back yards on lots as small as one-third of an acre under chan...
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Police investigating Roswell High shooting threats
Officials are investigating threats of a Roswell High School shooting made on social media. According to Fulton Count...
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Doraville mayor announces campaign for reelection
Doraville Mayor Donna Pittman recently declared her intention to seek reelection. Doraville, home to one of the large...
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Gov. Deal signs autism insurance bill for kids
Gov. Nathan Deal has signed into law a House-Senate bill that includes an insurance coverage requirement for autism k...
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Rep. Tom Price advocates health care reform
When it comes to incentivizing health care innovations, the chairman of the House Budget Committee said Washington is...
10:14 AM, Wednesday, April 29
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Executives discuss future of health care at Alpharetta event
From micro-movement sensors to community-based integrated services, local health care executives said the future of m...
10:08 AM, Wednesday, April 29
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City, nonprofit to host household hazardous waste day
The city of Sandy Springs and Keep Sandy Springs Beautiful will co-host a household hazardous waste day for Sandy Spr...
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Without tax credit, slower north Fulton electric car sales...
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