East Point, Fulton County to host National Night O...
by Noreen Cochran
02:37 PM, Wednesday, July 29
Tuesday night will be a time for communities to stand together against drugs and crime as Fulton County and the city of East Point each hosts a local observation of the 32nd annual National Night Out. The county version is Tuesday from 6 to 8 p.m....

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