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A march to prevent friendship

Early Sunday morning alumni and supporters of Morris Brown College met at the old John A. Middleton dormitory towers to voice their concerns that Friendship Baptist Church, the city of Atlanta and the Atlanta Falcons are trying to conduct “land …

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Rockdale County father locked up his children for months

A Rockdale County man and his sisters are accused of locking up three children in their rooms for months.  The Atlanta Journal-Constitution is reporting that Lev Dzyuba, 37, Alina Dzyuba, 20, and Natalia Mellon, 26, was arrested Thursday and for depriving …

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DeKalb County plans a vote on a proposed juvenile curfew ordinance

Commissioners of DeKalb County will be voting at the next commissioners meeting to decide on a proposed juvenile curfew ordinance that will regulate the times that children 17 and young are able to be out late at night.  The ordinance …

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15-year-old needs new heart, but doesn't qualify for a transplant

A DeKalb County 15-year-old is in need of a heart transplant, but officials of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta at Egleston are saying that he doesn’t qualify for a transplant. Anthony Stokes is suffering from an enlarged heart and is in immediate …

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The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Post Photo Gallery of New North Atlanta High School

The new $150 million dollar building that will serve as North Atlanta’s school facility opened today, and the Atlanta Journal-Constitution published a photo gallery of over 30 photos of the unique building.   READ MORE:   This $147 million school in …

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Atlanta Skyline

A view of the city skyline from the 17th street bridge in Atlantic Station.

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North Atlanta High School Opens Gun Range

North Atlanta High School, a Buckhead based high school that is a part of Fulton County Schools, is opening a gun range that the R.O.T.C. students will be able to use for gun training. School and district administrators have ensured …

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Powerball jackpot rolls over to $400 million

After a weekend of much awaiting Powerball players around the nation, no one walked away a winner. Saturday night’s $300 million jackpot rolled over to $400 million. If Saturday would have had a single jackpot winner, the winner would have …

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Trayvon Martin portrait made entirely of Skittles

Protesters attending the motorcycle rally that started on Turner Hill in Lithonia and ended downtown Atlanta in front of the State Capital with over 700 motorcyclists and supporters. This group of protesters hold a portrait of Trayvon Martin and made …

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