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The Georgia State Conference of the NAACP recently announced its 2014 Freedom Summer Fellows, including one based at Georgia Southern University.
The Attorney of General of Georgia is asking that the judge hearing a controversial lawsuit hoping to overturn Georgia's same-sex marriage ban throw the case out.
Police arrested a pharmacist at a Kroger store in Georgia during the weekend after a woman customer accused him of taking photos up her skirt.
Here's an inside look at an area home listed for sale on Zillow.com . This home at 437 Wellington Point Drive near Lawrenceville has 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and 2,466 square feet in the Collins Hill school district.
The North Metro NPHC is hosting a school supply drive and cookout on July 26th. It's a call for the community to donate supplies in order to lend support to students in need.
Lake Lanier Stakeholders What: Governments and utilities meeting state environmental officials over Lake Lanier water quality When: 10 a.m. to noon July 30 Where: Gwinnett County Environmental Heritage Center, 2020 Clean Water Drive, Buford Contact: Georgia Mountains Regional Commission, 770-538-2626, or the Atlanta Regional Commission, ... (more)
Peachtree Corners Mayor Mike Mason will deliver his State of the City address at three different locations on Monday, July 21. It'll be the second State of the City address for Mason and Peachtree Corners, which recently celebrated its second anniversary.
Here's an inside look at an area home listed for sale on Zillow.com . This home at 3980 Balleycastle Lane near Duluth has 6 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms and 4,279 square feet.
Two men believed to be responsible for the shooting death of an innocent bystander near a Norcross apartment complex in April have been indicted by a Gwinnett County grand jury.
The DeKalb County Department of Family and Children Services is hosting an ongoing back to school drive for needy children.
Submitted by City of Snellville Three new quality of life officers will hit city streets to make sure residents maintain their property and are not in violation of city codes.
FIRE: On July 13, Deputy Trent Morgan was patrolling shortly after 2 a.m. on Georgia Highway 129 when he saw an orange glow coming from the area of Harrison Johnson Way.
THREATS MADE: On July 7, Deputy William Elrod was dispatched to a home near Comer, where a man said his sister's boyfriend has threatened him due to arguments over a community well that he owns.
Today on Too Much Truth, DB had special guest Dr. Michael Greyson . He is a credit specialist who gives important tips on how to help get you out of financial hardships.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 02:19 am
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