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CLARKSTON – HWPL, a peace NGO registered with the United Nations, will partner with F.R.E.E. (Friends of Refugees providing Education and Empowerment), a nonprofit organization serving the Refugee Community of Clarkston, to build a soccer field.

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ATLANTA - The diminishing number of Georgians with landline telephones in their homes are about to see a savings on their bills thanks to the sunsetting of a decade-old program.

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STOCKBRIDGE — The city of Stockbridge will celebrate Juneteenth 2021 during June 14 and June 19. Community members are encouraged to visit participating area restaurants throughout the week and enjoy restaurant specific Juneteenth menu specials. The city  will host a free drive-through gift …

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BROOKHAVEN — Every once in a while, after working long and sometimes grueling shifts, after getting yelled at and spat on and occasionally having plastic cups thrown at him, Officer Brian Vaughan feels so worn down that he wonders if being a cop is still worth it.

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TOCCOA — Georgia River Network recently designated the Tugaloo River Water Trail as an established part of the organization’s Georgia Water Trails Network during a ribbon-cutting ceremony at Broken Bridges, the water trail’s end point within Stephens County Park. The ceremony was attended by local dignitaries, leaders and stakeholders and capped off close to three years of work by the Tugaloo River Water Trail Stakeholder Committee to meet Georgia River Network’s criteria for established water trails within the statewide network.

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Public school system officials from metro area counties joined Sen. Jon Ossoff Monday at a press conference where they pledged to reopen their classrooms to full-time in-person learning this fall with the help of more than $4 billion in federal funding for Georgia schools.

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President Joe Biden will approach his first face-to-face summit with his Russian counterpart on Wednesday with one of the longest foreign policy résumés of an American leader in recent history. Biden's experience with Russian affairs spans more than 38 of his years in federal public office u…

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New emails from Justice Department and White House officials show how President Donald Trump's allies pressured then-acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen to consider false and outlandish allegations that the 2020 election had been stolen at the same time that Rosen was being elevated to lea…

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Cover-ups of sexual misconduct, allegations of racism and intimidation of those who wish to speak their minds but can't for fear of losing their jobs. It sounds like the dysfunctional ways of the world, doesn't it?

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President Joe Biden on Monday called on foreign leaders to protect against those who prey on division and push "phony populism," asserting that it's up to democratic nations to prove to the world that democracy can prevail and autocracies cannot "deliver for the needs of our people."

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ATLANTA — In accordance with the plan for re-employment and the announcement to no longer participate in the federal unemployment insurance programs enacted through the CARES Act and the American Rescue Plan Act, the Georgia Department of Labor will reinstate many of the eligibility requirem…

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ATLANTA — Insurance and Safety Fire Commissioner John F. King announced Monday that warrants have been issued for the arrest of Christina Hutchins, 32, for one count of insurance fraud and one count of forgery. Hutchins is wanted in connection with a Henry County case.

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A celebration of the 100th birthday of Henry County resident and Army veteran Norman LeBrecque was held Saturday at the Henry County Military Museum at Heritage Park. LeBrecque, who is a veteran of three wars, celebrated with family, friends and fellow veterans. LeBrecque served in World War…

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NATO leaders meeting in Brussels on Monday largely backed President Joe Biden's decision to withdraw troops from Afghanistan, according to a senior administration official present for the talks, as the US President made his first trip to the alliance's headquarters since taking office.

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ATLANTA — The double-barreled ugliness that was 2020 in America is reverberating in 2021 in a crime wave that has hit cities across the country, including Atlanta.

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MARIETTA — The Georgia Young Republicans on Saturday elected conservative candidate Andrew Abbott as their next statewide chair. Abbott is the chief aide to Georgia State Senator Marty Harbin, R-Tyrone, who authored the Religious Freedom Restoration Act in 2019.

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ATLANTA — Cancer Treatment Centers of America Atlanta has launched a Women’s Cancer Center, led by an experienced roster of fellowship-trained, board-certified physicians and clinicians with expertise in breast and gynecologic oncology. The center offers comprehensive cancer care – from scre…

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SAVANNAH — The Georgia Historical Society recently announced the unveiling of a new historical marker in Chatham County commemorating Bynes-Royall Funeral Home Inc. in Savannah.

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The wildflower featured today is not common in our area, though it is not classified as rare. As the Psalmist said that God alone is his rock, this wildflower is most likely to be found nestled in crevices of rocks in hardwood groves

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