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Candlelight vigil tonight for National Suicide Prevention ...
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Traffic shift to new Lee Road bridge nears
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Atlanta Municipal Court announces expanded hours
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County hosts event for wounded warrior
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City turning to reserve funds to cover bills
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Fire chief’s retirement announced as safety agencies honor...
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County rodeo rides into town this weekend
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SPLOST to pay for new police equipment
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