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Recent City Council work session on the Public Confidence & Accountability Legislation

Felicia Moore: Compliance Office Would Hold Us Accountable In Following The Law

Under regulations approved by Atlanta City Council, those using city-issued credit cards would have to abide by a list of terms. Also, legislation proposed by City Council President Felicia Moore calls for the creation of an Office of Independent Compliance. Both are among efforts, by the city's...
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CONGRATULATIONS to Greg Street and Big Tigger For Making The Source Magazine's Annual Power 30 List!

V-103's Greg Street and Big Tigger were both included in the 2019 edition of The Source magazine's annual Power 30 list for radio DJs! Tigger came in at #14, and Greg was ranked #4. The issue is out on stands now -- be sure to grab a copy, and give a shout out to Greg and Tigger on Twitter!
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Democratic Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams addresses the crowd in the early morning hours on Wednesday morning at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in downtown Atlanta, GA

Here’s Why Stacey Abrams’ State Of The Union Response To Trump Was A Big Deal

Immediately following President Trump’s 2019 State of the Union address last night, Democrat Stacey Abrams made history once again by being the first African-American woman to her party’s official response to the annual presidential address on live television. It was a carefully crafted and...
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First entry into the #KaeperBowl. It is located at 400 Northside Dr. Atlanta GA.

Eight Kaepernick Murals Replace 1 Destroyed Days Before Super Bowl

“I thought Atlanta, because of our civil rights history, would be a perfect place for him", says Atlanta muralist Fabian Williams. So he found eight places for former NFL Quarterback Colin Kaepernick. His westside giant mural of Kaepernick was destroyed two days before the Super Bowl in Atlanta. So...
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21 Savage performs at the BUD LIGHT SUPER BOWL MUSIC FEST AND EA SPORTS BOWL

Atlanta Rapper 21 Savage Detained By ICE For Allegedly Being In The U.S. Illegally

Atlanta rapper 21 Savage, who proudly represents East Atlanta and is one of the hottest names in trap music, has been arrested by Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE), for allegedly being in the United States unlawfully. ICE spokesperson Bryan Cox told CNN that "Mr. Abraham-Joseph is...
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 Grady Jarrett and Falcons Owner Arthur Blank chat with students at the newly renovated John F. Kennedy Park in Vine City.

Falcon Grady Jarrett: Walter Payton Man Of Year Nomination Hit Me Deep

Grady Jarrett, the 25 year old Falcons Defensive Tackle, grew up just 30 miles outside Atlanta, in Conyers, Ga. He attended Clemson University, where he started the educational initiative "Big Men Don't Bully" in 2015. In Atlanta, Jarrett's anti-bullying efforts continue in Atlanta and he also...
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Participating in the ribbon cutting at John F. Kennedy Park (l-r) Brett Daniels, COO of the Atlanta Super Bowl Host Committee; Dan Corso, Host Committee Chairman; Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms; Atlanta Falcons Defensive Tackle Grady Jarrett; Atlanta

Councilman Ivory Lee Young Remembered As Westside Park Becomes Super Bowl Legacy

The late Atlanta City Councilman Ivory Lee Young was on the minds of many today. Remembered as one who fought for the development of Atlanta's Westside, today Young's idea of a newly renovated John F. Kennedy Park to serve the community, became reality. It was just 5 months ago that Councilman...
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MARTA Chief Wanda Dunham proudly shows special Super Bowl LIII badge

MARTA Prepared for Wintry Weather and Super Bowl

With the possibility of wintry weather moving into Atlanta, in the midst of Super Bowl Week, one might think MARTA Police Chief Wanda Dunham would be a nervous wreck. If she is, she hides it well. (Photo Credit: Maria Boynton/Entercom Atlanta) Click below to hear Dunham talk about how prepared...
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MARTA General Manager and CEO Jeffrey Parker is threatening to sue to end driver sickout

MARTA Threatens Lawsuit To End Drivers Super Bowl Sick-out

One hundred thousand people moved to Atlanta last year, and according to MARTA CEO Jeffrey Parker, the transit agency's aim is to be able to support that growth by providing superior transit service here and throughout the region. The glitch this week: MARTA drivers calling out sick, as the city...
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Dallas Austin and other top entertainment influencers form Georgia's first Entertainment Caucus

Dallas Austin Joins Music Industry Leaders And Lawmakers On Georgia Entertainment Caucus

Super producer and owner of Rowdy Records, Dallas Austin, is joining dozens of music, film, media, and entertainment executives on a new venture. It involves working, according to Georgia State Representative Erica Thomas, with state lawmakers in giving those in the entertainment field "a strong...
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