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The lawsuit alleges that the preamble and the question on the Nov. 6 ballot is biased in favor of approval of the measure.
Police: Robber regularly rode the same MARTA bus as victim.
Government, Police & Fire
This corner is the site of regular stop sign stings, but one Southeast Atlanta resident asks if there's truly a problem or is the city just looking for a revenue stream?
Noted New York University professor and Coan Middle School Principal Betsy Bockman to discuss external factors that affect student learning.
Police & Fire, Arts
Two-day film shoot calls for gun battle in underground mall.
Volunteers in the News, Local Connections
Sound Table in Old Fourth Ward to host Art for Armadillos.
Southeast Atlanta protests massive development plans, also in the top 10 headlines for Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2012.
Residents come out to protest Glenwood Place development plans, citing traffic, BeltLine Overlay regulations.
Wording of the law merits a bit further discussion as to its intent.
Schall will lead foundation's 13-member board for a two-year term.
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