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House Rejects Nathan Deal's Insurance Benefits Cuts

ATLANTA, GA (WAOK)- Georgia House leaders Wednesday rejected Gov. Nathan Deal’s plan to cut health insurance benefits to 22,000 part-time school employees and their families, but local school districts would have to pick up the cost of that decision. 323 more words

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Save The Date: 2015 Sneaker Friends Is Coming Soon To Phillips Arena!

It’s that time of Year Again!

This years Sneaker Friends will be Huge!

Greg Street along with some of his Sneaker Friends from all over the globe will be hosting SF in Phillips Arena. 35 more words

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Family Denies Media Reports That Bobbi Kristina Will Be Taken Off Life Support Wednesday

As fans and supporters of Bobbi Kristina Brown continue to pray for her recovery, the attorney for the 21-year-old’s father, R&B singer Bobby Brown, is threatening to take action against media outlets who the family says are not being factual in their reporting. 207 more words

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Former APS Chief On Deeds Transfer: "Our Children Can't Wait On Adults"

The Atlanta Public School System wants to get rid of some surplus property to bring in revenue but has hit a snag. Superintendent Dr. Meria Carstarphen says it can’t unload the properties because the City of Atlanta won’t hand over the deeds. 355 more words

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Affordable Health Care: Enroll By Sunday Or "It'll Be Taken From Your Tax Return"

Dante McKay, Georgia State Director of Enroll America is making the rounds, getting out the word that the deadline to enroll in the federal health care plan… 71 more words

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Dekalb County Schools: Public Being Asked "What They'd Like To See In The Next Superintendent"

The fourth of six public meetings will be held tonight, Tuesday, February 10, 2015, as the Dekalb County School Board continues the search for a Superintendent. 185 more words

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Dekalb County Schools: Public Being Asked "What They'd Like To See In The Next Superintendent"

The fourth of six public meetings will be held tonight, Tuesday, February 10, 2015, as the Dekalb County School Board continues the search for a Superintendent. 186 more words

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