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On display in front of City Hall, the piece is to be sold at bid on May 25.
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The bridge will be closed June 7-10 as workers complete work on the diverging diamond interchange.
A planned county-city meeting would be the beginning of the formal process of possibly calling for a referendum on the 1 percent sales tax.
This week, Gov. Nathan Deal ordered the return of Bibles to cabins and lodges at state parks. A citizen complaint prompted the state Department of Natural Resources to remove them.
Gwinnett County Board of Education adopts $1.763 billion FY2014 budget and tentatively adopts 1.30 mills increase in tax millage rate.
Sentencing for Duluth resident Gary on a federal bribery charge now scheduled for Aug. 27. This is the third time it has been rescheduled.
What will Peachtree Corners residents need over the next two decades, different types of housing, better transportation, more parks? It's all part of the ongoing Comprehensive Plan.
The 2013 legislation lowers Georgia's BUI limit for boaters and hunters, and adds boating safety regulations.
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Officials said the center must leave its Duluth location by July 1.
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