Sandy Springs council approves Mercedes tax incent...
by Everett Catts
09:58 PM, Tuesday, December 01
Mercedes-Benz USA is one step closer to opening its headquarters in Sandy Springs. The Stuttgart, Germany-based luxury automobile company in January announced it would move its U.S. office from Montvale, N.J., to Sandy Springs and will build it on...

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Alpharetta, Johns Creek agree on open parks
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Watts hopes to provide residents better access to government
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Georgia flags fly at half-staff to mark Paris attacks
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Updated: Brookhaven Mayor and Councilman Bates Mattison re...
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Free Thanksgiving dinner Tuesday in College Park
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