DeKalb voters keep Mann as sheriff, decide school ...
by Christine Fonville
11:26 PM, Tuesday, July 22
The results are in for the July 22 runoff elections in DeKalb County. In the special election sheriff’s race for the county, incumbent Jeff Mann gained 40,537 of the total 53,090 votes sweeping the race with 76.36 percent compared to Vernon Jones’...

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County selling surplus real estate properties
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State groups urging St. Pat’s revelers to avoid DUIs
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Keep Atlanta Beautiful adds textile recycling
Keep Atlanta Beautiful Friday announced its two monthly recycling events will now feature textile recycling, as the n...
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Candidates speak on ways to better Fulton County
Lee Morris, Cory Ruth and Bernie Tokarz — three of the four Republican primary candidates running for the redrawn Dis...
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UPDATE: Deal reported struck for attorney to withdraw from...
Paulding attorney Elizabeth Williams will withdraw from the race for her father's Superior Court judgeship under a te...
09:22 PM, Thursday, March 13
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Driver engulfed in flames after four tractor-trailers in c...
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08:51 PM, Thursday, March 13
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Ex-Roswell court official convicted in theft scheme
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10:57 AM, Thursday, March 13
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Atlanta offering Love Your Block grants
The city of Atlanta last week announced it is accepting applications for projects in its Love Your Block program thro...
10:39 AM, Thursday, March 13
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Fulton County observing National Fix A Leak Week
Fulton County’s Department of Water Resources announced last week it is joining the U.S. Environmental Protection Age...
10:20 AM, Thursday, March 13
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Metro Atlanta's jobless rate rises to 7.2 percent
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10:12 AM, Thursday, March 13
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