City's hardship pay program questioned by councilw...
by Staff Reports
01:13 AM, Friday, August 29
During Wednesday's Atlanta City Council finance committee meeting at City Hall downtown, District 9 Councilwoman Felicia Moore called into question Mayor Kasim Reed’s approval of “hardship” pay since 2012 for nine employees, including more than $8...

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New veterinary clinic open for business in Brookhaven
Pet owners in Brookhaven now have a new option when it comes to caring for their furry friends. Owner and veterinaria...
01:13 PM, Tuesday, November 12
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Campbell Middle listed as Reward School
The Georgia Department of Education Tuesday released the list of 2013 Reward and Alert Schools as part of the state’s...
10:52 AM, Tuesday, November 12
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Vinings Business of the Year nominees announced
The Vinings Business Association Monday announced the five finalists for its 2013 Vinings Business of the Year award....
05:22 PM, Monday, November 11
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Updated: Rape suspect arrested
(UPDATED AT 2:20 P.M. MONDAY WITH INFO ON THE SUSPECT'S ARREST) The Sandy Springs Police Department Friday announced ...
02:20 PM, Monday, November 11
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Atlanta Chamber Players leader to retire
Atlanta Chamber Players founder and Artistic Managing Director Paula Peace has announced her retirement effective in ...
03:22 PM, Friday, November 08
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Part of Cates Avenue in Brookhaven to close for sewer line...
Cates Avenue, N.E., north of Windsor Parkway, will be closed from Windsor Parkway to Victoria Street, N.E., for up to...
01:53 PM, Friday, November 08
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Streetscape meeting set for Nov. 14
The city of Milton Public Works Department will add pedestrian improvements to the Crabapple area and have planned an...
11:38 AM, Friday, November 08
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Freedom Park to open on Veterans Day
Milton residents will soon have a new option for outdoor recreation as well as a spot to recognize members of the mil...
11:11 AM, Friday, November 08
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New app makes it easier to be eco-friendly
Contrary to Kermit the Frog’s lament that “it’s not easy being green,” Keep Roswell Beautiful has a new app that help...
11:09 AM, Friday, November 08
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Descendants want street in Roswell to keep ancestral name
King, Bulloch, Smith, Etris, Hembree — the names of many of Roswell’s earliest families are well-known. Streets, hist...
10:56 AM, Friday, November 08
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Local woman seeks votes to help veterans
Roswell resident Debbie Loshbough was recently named as one of 15 finalists in the Post-It Dreams for Good contest. T...
10:35 AM, Friday, November 08
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Ga. 400 toll demolition to begin this month
To the delight of many north Fulton drivers, the fees at the Ga. 400 tolls will be a thing of the past in a couple of...
05:11 PM, Thursday, November 07
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City seeking Humanitarian Award nominations
The city of Sandy Springs is soliciting nominations for its 2014 Humanitarian Award honoring the legacy of Martin Lut...
04:59 PM, Thursday, November 07
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Leadership Sandy Springs announces new class
Last month Leadership Sandy Springs announced its 32-member class of 2014. Through service projects and other program...
04:54 PM, Thursday, November 07
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Randolph-Lucas House to move Friday night
The historic Randolph-Lucas House will be relocated south from 2500 Peachtree Road in Buckhead south to 78 Peachtree ...
04:40 PM, Thursday, November 07
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