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Monroe High Teachers Spill the Deets on Viral ‘What’s Poppin’ Back To School Remix

Callie Evans and Audrianna (Audri) Williams of Monroe High School in Albany, give all the details behind their viral back to school remix to Jack Harlow’s “WHAT’S POPPIN.”
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Comedian Rodney Perry and Former Atl Councilman Kwanza Hall Test Positive For COVID-19

The number of COVID-19 cases is growing close to 200-thousand in Georgia. Public health officials reported an additional three-thousand-plus cases yesterday, bringing to the total to over 193-thousand. Among those in Georgia who have tested positive for the coronavirus are former Atlanta City...
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Comedian Rodney Perry and Kwanza Hall COVID-19 Positive

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DeKalb Health Officials Report First West Nile Positive Mosquitoes in 2020

The DeKalb County Board of Health has trapped West Nile virus-positive mosquitoes at 3 locations in the county – Brookhaven, Chamblee and the Redan area of unincorporated DeKalb County. According to the CDC, no data or scientific evidence suggests that mosquitoes spread COVID-19 or other similar...
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Thousands Honor Late Rep. John Lewis At Georgia Capitol

Thousands gathered outside of the state capitol and cheered, and some sang while the late Congressman John Lewis' casket arrived at the Georgia Capitol on Wednesday. Georgia Governor Brian Kemp, First Lady Marty Kemp, Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, and State Representative Calvin Smyre all...
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Rev. C.T. Vivian Honored at Georgia Capitol Ahead Of Funeral

Many gathered under the gold dome on Wednesday as the State of Georgia honored Rev. C.T. Vivian. The civil rights leader laid in state at the Georgia Capitol, making him the first non elected African-American man to be granted that honor. Rep Vernon Jones led the ceremony and featured speakers...
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COVID-19: Teachers Protest Opening Schools During Pandemic

"If we die as teachers, there won't be anyone else to teach students," says Chantae Pittman, Director of Choral Activities at Campbell High School in Cobb County. Along with a dozen local educators, Pittman participated in a silent, socially distanced rally at the Georgia State Capitol Sunday...
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COVID-19: Teachers Protest Opening Schools During Pandemic

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Tyler Perry, Atlanta Agencies and Maximum Impact Team Up To Give Back

To help those in need and to bridge the gap between the community, The Office of the Atlanta City Solicitor has teamed up with Maximum Impact, the Atlanta Police and the Atlanta Fire Rescue Department, to distribute 5,000 boxes of food. Each household will receive fresh produce, 10-pounds of...
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GA Governor Brian Kemp is suing the City of Atlanta and City Council over mask mandate

Atlanta Sued by State over Mask Mandate

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms said earlier Thursday that she “is not afraid of the city being sued” over the matter of her mandate that masks be worn in the city. That apparently is exactly what has happened.
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