Former Stockbridge Mayor Rudy Kelley dies at 80
by Neighbor Staff
02:43 PM, Tuesday, May 05
Former Stockbridge Mayor Rudy G. Kelley died Monday. “Mr. Kelley’s unexpected death occurred as he was recovering from a recent heart procedure,” city spokeswoman Diane Ide said in a statement. He leaves behind his wife, Mary Jo, three children – ...

Latest Headlines

Cartersville police arrest several burglary, theft suspects
Chief Thomas N. Culpepper of the Cartersville Police Department announced that investigators have made several arrest...
03:24 PM, Thursday, January 22
full story
Salon 1580 awarded Best of 2014 by Kudzu
Pat Alessi - Salon 1580 was named a Best of 2014 winner for Atlanta Beauty Salons & Hair Care on Kudzu.com, a leading...
02:59 PM, Thursday, January 22
full story
Strickland gets new 2015-16 Legislature committee assignments
The Georgia House of Representatives’ committee on assignments, chaired by House Speaker David Ralston, R-Blue Ridge,...
02:55 PM, Thursday, January 22
full story
School choice forums set for next week
During the last week of January and in conjunction with National School Choice Week, the Fulton County School System ...
02:36 PM, Thursday, January 22
full story
Pet of the Week: Leona
Furkids presents Leona for the pet of the week spotlight. Leona is a 7-month-old tabby girl with cute, small eyes and...
02:15 PM, Thursday, January 22
full story
Groups come together to provide aid and support to Fairing...
The Parent Teacher Organization of Dunwoody Elementary School and faculty of the Centennial Arts Academy in Gainesvil...
01:28 PM, Thursday, January 22
full story
Georgia lawmakers plan another look at no-knock warrants
State lawmakers may be ready to put new limits on the use of "no-knock" warrants after an infant was severely burned ...
11:42 AM, Thursday, January 22
full story
Alexander to host Affordable Care Act enrollment, give leg...
District 66 State Rep. Kimberly Alexander, D-Hiram, will host an Affordable Care Act enrollment event Saturday, Jan. ...
11:29 AM, Thursday, January 22
full story
Local veterans to be honored by French government
In order to express France’s eternal gratitude to those who liberated it from oppression from 1944-45, the consul gen...
11:08 AM, Thursday, January 22
full story
UPDATED: Police identify pedestrian hit by vehicle on I-285
(UPDATED THURSDAY AT 6:14 P.M. WITH A DESCRIPTION OF THE VEHICLE THAT MAY HAVE HIT THE VICTIM) The Sandy Springs Poli...
09:31 AM, Thursday, January 22
full story
Memorial service set for former Paulding school superinten...
A memorial gathering and visitation are set for Friday at Clark Funeral Home in Hiram for former Paulding schools sup...
09:14 AM, Thursday, January 22
full story
Handicapped parking may lead to volunteer opportunity
A McDonough resident and recently retired Henry County bailiff is on a mission to keep handicapped parking spaces fre...
08:36 AM, Thursday, January 22
full story
Douglas, Douglasville jobless rates showed big drop in Nov...
Douglas County’s November unemployment rate dropped to 6.9 percent in part because of additional hiring for the holid...
07:18 PM, Wednesday, January 21
full story
Homeless Pet Clubs expand into Douglas County
The Douglas County Animal Shelter is embarking on a new program designed to give all animal lovers an opportunity to ...
06:51 PM, Wednesday, January 21
full story
Douglas County Schools' science fair adds engineering comp...
A developing trend in projects submitted for the annual Douglas County School System Science Fair is attracting more ...
06:32 PM, Wednesday, January 21
full story

Popular Stories

Urban Escape Games brings unique experience to Alpharetta by James Swift
jswift@neighbornewspapers.com

Column: Near city center, soul of Sandy Springs is alive, well by Thornton Kennedy
Neighbor Newspapers Columnist

Sen. Brandon Beach rallies for north Fulton MARTA expansion by James Swift
jswift@neighbornewspapers.com

Vintage Computer Festival comes to Roswell by James Swift
jswift@neighbornewspapers.com

New Avalon GM: ‘We will own this market’ by James Swift
jswift@neighbornewspapers.com

Column: Why I won’t be running for president by Dick Yarbrough
Columnist

Recent Comments

« Eva Shaw wrote on Friday, May 01 at 11:08 AM »
« HappyDecaturite wrote on Thursday, Apr 30 at 01:33 PM »
« A. Reader wrote on Thursday, Apr 30 at 11:34 AM »
« Scott Long wrote on Thursday, Apr 30 at 09:00 AM »