The Howard School has a new head of school; Atlanta Public Schools named Mercedes-Benz USA as their Partner of the Year; A women-owned fashion brand called Veronica Beard opened its first Atlanta store in Buckhead Village
Three Weber students were selected to compete in the Maccabiah games in Israel; Community Assistance Center's Adopt-A-Family campaign begins to help families have a great Christmas; And the Georgia Festival of Trees begins at the World Congress
Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger joins the podcast to discuss Fulton County elections; The autopsy report for Katie Janness' murder has revealed chilling details of her final moments in Piedmont Park; A replica of Michelangelo’s ‘Pietà’ ha
"Fiddler on the Roof" opens at the Fox Theatre this week; Georgia's Senate Reapportionment and Redistricting Committee approved a new state Senate district map; Buckhead Village will transform into a winter wonderland for its holiday events all
The Fulton County Sheriff's Office is mourning the loss of a deputy killed in an alleged domestic incident; Governor Brian Kemp filed a complaint against President Biden’s vaccine mandates; Buckhead Behavioral Health is now open and offering ad
The GBI and Roswell police are asking for the public's help finding sexual assault victims in an ongoing criminal investigation; The Sandy Springs Police Department has arrested eight people who allegedly aided in a home invasion where a mother
5 of the 15 Atlanta mayoral candidates discussed crime and Buckhead cityhood at a forum; The portraits of former President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama will be displayed early next year at the High Museum of Art; Current Sandy Spr
Two Fulton Elections employees were fired for shredding voter applications; The painting of the Hapeville LGBTQ+ Pride Crosswalk is delayed due to a paint shortage; And Rossville is raising money to build a new playground.
After 50 years of holiday joy, Priscilla the Pink Pig is retiring; Buckhead’s call for de-annexation from the city of Atlanta continues to divide residents; Georgia’s annual summer ban on outdoor burning has been lifted
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The Georgia Department of Transportation is partnering with the Georgia Association of Conservation Districts to install 15 pollinator habitat sites; The city of Roswell has announced the sole finalist for the city’s administrator position; The
MARTA is seeking public input on a new railcar design; A local couple has opened a Japanese fusion eatery in Alpharetta; The 31st Annual Torch Gala is raising money for Crohn's disease and Ulcerative colitis research
Lifeline and the Best Friends Animal Society hope to clear the shelters in Atlanta with free adoptions; Noon to Night returns to Avalon Thursday; The University System of Georgia is keeping COVID-19 vaccinations and masks voluntary
Roswell’s Day of Hope celebration is returning; The Atlanta History Center has plans to honor those lost on 9/11; And A Fulton Science Academy coach was arrested for child pornography.
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The alleged Atlanta spa shooter is accused of hate crimes and the District Attorney is still pursuing the death penalty; The city of Roswell is bringing back a long-standing tradition, the 71st Annual Frances McGahee Youth Day Celebration; The
The Fulton County hearing for spa shooter Robert Aaron Long has been postponed; You can see original art from #Banksy at Underground Atlanta; The field has been set for the #Alpharetta city council races
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Police continue to search for man accused of murdering his parents, Fulton County Schools has now mandated masks in all schools, Atlanta Jewish Film Festival is bringing a mini-festival to Roswell
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Rowell Police are searching for the man charged with two counts of murder for killing his parents; The Roswell City Council is proposing a lower property tax rate; Masks are now required in the majority of Fulton County Schools
The Atlanta Jewish Film Festival is returning with a mini-festival that will combine in-theater and virtual screenings; Fulton County Schools has updated its COVID-19 guidelines; Dozens of Deerfield residents were displaced after an apartment f
Roswell Police solved the Joshua Harmon murder case after 33 years; Gate City Brewing Company has a new taproom with an interesting history; The Wire and Wood Music Festival is returning to downtown Alpharetta with Ruthie Foster and Drew Holcom
Alive in Roswell saw thousands of attendees during its first event since October 2019; Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger is demanding that two of Fulton County’s top elections officials be fired; COVID-19’s Delta variant has Fulton official
Chairman Pitts and Fulton county invested $10 million in local minority owned banks; Columnist Dick Yarbrough’s book on the Atlanta Olympics will be released again; And Top Golf is hosting a fundraiser for the Boys and Girls Club.
Seven Roswell First Responders were honored for their actions in saving a woman in cardiac arrest; Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Atlanta teamed up with the Atlanta Falcons to raise $85, 000 during their Fashion Play; Police are still lookin
The Fulton County Sheriff is asking everyone to “Think Twice. Save a Life.” to stop gun violence; MARTA has joined Goldman Sachs on a $100 million plan for new projects near stations; The Roswell Arts Fund is hosting the first Beaucoup Jazz and
Fulton County’s fight against vaccine hesitancy includes education and delivering shots to the people; The Fulton County Board of Commissioners approved COVID-19 employee bonuses; Roswell's 2040 Comprehensive Plan could bring changes to the His
An Alpharetta man has been arrested for assaulting police officers at the January 6th Capitol riots; Roswell police are searching for the man who allegedly fired shots at another motorist; Milton PD has been awarded a grant to offer officers de
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