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Locust Grove hosts Mardi Growl for fun Saturday
It may be Lent, but dog owners and their furry friends in Locust Grove can revisit the party atmosphere of Mardi Gras...
03:38 PM, Tuesday, March 11
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McDonough resident seeks to reduce crime by helping ex-off...
At a recent McDonough city council meeting, resident Barbara Coleman, founder of MBC Training and Recruiting Service,...
03:36 PM, Tuesday, March 11
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County to investigate ‘destructive’ developers, staff
South Fulton residents and commissioners vowed to draw a line in the sand between property owners and builders charac...
03:26 PM, Tuesday, March 11
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Palmetto library gets underway for November opening
The Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System recently broke ground on the new Palmetto branch, which by November will giv...
03:21 PM, Tuesday, March 11
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South Fulton candidates throw hats into ring
All Fulton County commissioners have announced their candidacy for the May 20 primary, with the exception of Tom Lowe...
03:10 PM, Tuesday, March 11
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Crime down but violence up; residents blame cops, each other
Fulton County Chairman John Eaves called a crime summit last week at Cascade United Methodist Church in south Fulton,...
03:06 PM, Tuesday, March 11
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Dance version of 'Flyin' West' explores black pioneer town
Next week, East Point’s own Ballethnic Dance Co. will stage a new and improved revival of its 2011 production, “Flyin...
02:51 PM, Tuesday, March 11
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MILESTONE: Dunwoody celebrates five years of cityhood
The city of Dunwoody incorporated in 2008, and last week, celebrated its fifth birthday with Mayor Mike Davis’ state ...
12:15 PM, Tuesday, March 11
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GREAT SCOTT!: 125-year-old college still a leader in women...
Agnes Scott College is celebrating its 125th anniversary this year and President Elizabeth Kiss said readers should k...
12:08 PM, Tuesday, March 11
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Oglethorpe museum to host vision-inspired art exhibit
Brookhaven residents can go in depth with their sense of sight during Oglethorpe University Museum of Art’s BLIND/SIG...
12:03 PM, Tuesday, March 11
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Online system in DeKalb alerts property owners of fraud
A new online system designed to help protect property owners in DeKalb is up and running. DeKalb County Superior Cour...
12:01 PM, Tuesday, March 11
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Officials consider new highway for northern suburbs
State transportation officials are studying plans to widening a highway across Atlanta's far northern suburbs. They'r...
10:57 AM, Tuesday, March 11
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Registration under way for Fulton County's Citizens Univer...
Registration is now under way for Fulton County’s Citizens University 2014. This program, in its 10th year, offers re...
05:07 PM, Monday, March 10
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Sutton fields special-use permit appeal withdrawn
An appeal with the Atlanta Board of Zoning Adjustment filed by two Buckhead residents regarding the use of the athlet...
01:06 PM, Saturday, March 08
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Candidates complete qualifying for Douglas County local, s...
With candidate qualifying having closed at noon today, the list of local Douglas County candidates is complete. For t...
07:29 PM, Friday, March 07
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