McDonough gardeners donate tons of produce to pant...
by Christine Fonville
06:52 PM, Wednesday, July 30
Two McDonough gardeners are using land provided by the nonprofit Henry County Community Gardens and a do-it-yourself irrigation system to help feed the hungry. Brian Bouts and Max Breckenridge, both members of the community gardens and Wesley Way ...

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Local couple promotes cord blood awareness
For Nehal Patel, her looming Aug. 3 due date is representative of life in more ways than the obvious. Aside from mark...
11:19 AM, Wednesday, July 30
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School board discusses armed personnel
Fulton County Board of Education officials are looking to clarify the implications of recently passed legislation to ...
11:16 AM, Wednesday, July 30
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City council OKs new health benefits plan
The Roswell City Council unanimously approved an annual renewal of employee medical insurance and ancillary benefits ...
11:11 AM, Wednesday, July 30
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North Fulton cities prepare for National Night Out
The first National Night Out occurred in 1984. Sponsored by the National Association of Town Watch, the event was des...
11:10 AM, Wednesday, July 30
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Wills Park tennis courts to get makeover
Tennis players in Alpharetta and Milton will have a renovated place to compete and practice this fall. The Alpharetta...
11:05 AM, Wednesday, July 30
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Roswell Fire Chief Ricky Spencer set to retire in September
For decades, the sirens have fascinated Roswell Fire Chief Ricky Spencer. In the 1970s, his grandfather worked at the...
11:00 AM, Wednesday, July 30
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Douglas County gives majority of votes to Perdue, Buck, Mo...
Douglas voters gave David Perdue 58 percent of their votes in the July 22 primary election runoff to help him defeat ...
10:17 AM, Wednesday, July 30
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Paulding Education Foundation awards more than $16K in sch...
The Paulding County Board of Education recently formally recognized the student recipients of the 16 scholarships man...
09:56 AM, Wednesday, July 30
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Recount ahead in GOP state school superintendent race
The Georgia secretary of state’s office Tuesday announced it will hold a recount in the Republican state school super...
04:05 PM, Tuesday, July 29
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STREET EATS: Merchants hosting new monthly event to lure d...
If you asked any of its merchants, they would tell you that downtown Dallas is the best kept secret west of Atlanta, ...
02:26 PM, Tuesday, July 29
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Only 10 percent vote in runoff election
Henry County’s July 22 runoff election turnout topped out at 10 percent between advance and Election Day voting, with...
02:17 PM, Tuesday, July 29
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New principals, testing method await Paulding students
Paulding students will see three new principals and dozens of new teachers as they begin the school year Monday. Spok...
02:13 PM, Tuesday, July 29
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Paulding gives majority of runoff votes to Perdue, Woods
Paulding voters gave David Perdue 55 percent of their votes in last week’s primary election runoff to help him defeat...
01:57 PM, Tuesday, July 29
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Jobless rate up in county, metro, state; down from last year
The Georgia Department of Labor announced last week Fulton County’s unemployment rate rose to 8.4 percent in June, up...
01:53 PM, Tuesday, July 29
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Court will not reconsider airport bond ruling
The State Supreme Court on Monday chose not to reconsider its ruling to allow a bond issue for Paulding airport taxiw...
01:52 PM, Tuesday, July 29
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