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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Year in review: Snowstorms, elections highlight 2014
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NYC shooter served 90 days in boot camp in Cobb plea deal
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Outgoing local politicians say goodbye
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