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Super Bowl, Super Security

Well, Atlanta residents and truckers… the Super Bowl is coming to town. And what does that mean? While there will be more fun, commotion, and excitement in the city, there will also be added Super Bowl security. And, truckers are facing a lot of it this week. Before making any deliveries to the Georgia World […]

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What to do if You are NOT Watching the Superbowl

Well, it is that time of year again… everyone is gearing up for the Superbowl next month. But, what if you’re not into the whole football scene? No worries, because Atlanta has some events for you! Superbowl weekend in Atlanta doesn’t have to mean staying in if you don’t want to watch the big game. […]

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Hot Spots in Atlanta – The “Lyftie Awards”

With the growth of ride sharing apps, there are now better records of where people are going in major cities. The ride sharing platform, Lyft, gathers data from rides taken in the city. For the last few years, Lyft has partaken in the “Lyftie Awards.” These awards recognize the most popular destinations in cities across […]

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Atlanta Veterans Day

Atlanta Offers Plenty of Options to Celebrate Veterans Day: Check it Out!

Veterans Day is upon us. It’s the right time and a good chance to honor the servicemen in your life. Veterans Day is the holiday, which commemorates the 100th anniversary of the end of World War 1.   The holiday features the homage of U.S. veterans and victims of all wars. If you happen to […]

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What To Do in Atlanta on September 4th: Festival “The Pianos For Peace” Just Started

You may think Tuesday, September 4 is the first day back to work after a long weekend. There is a good news for you. There are plenty of fun activities for you in and around Atlanta on Tuesday.   Want to play the piano in Atlanta? No problem. The pianos are set up around the […]

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We Can’t Lose It: 50,000 Job Openings and $5B Investment Chance for Atlanta

No one could imagine the growth in the economics when New Orleans to be a host for one of the biggest companies in the world with massive new second headquarters and the 50,000 well-paid permanent jobs and 5$ billion in investment. Who needs the headache of all those news people moving in and changing places? […]

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The Pledge of Allegiance to be Replaced for Atlanta Elementary Charter School

At Atlanta elementary charter school, students will not recite the Pledge of Allegiance each morning. There was an announcement made in a letter posted on the website for Atlanta Neighborhood Charter School.   Elementary Campus Principle Lara Zelsi wrote the letter which is dated August 7th. She wrote, “One change that we made to our morning meeting agenda […]

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Atlanta Will Beat Silicon Valley into Becoming the Tech Hub

Atlanta is on its way to becoming the next great technology hub in America. Although it is true that no other place can compete with Silicon Valley when it comes to the biggest technology headquarters, Atlanta might be catching up. One advantage Atlanta has over The Bay Area is the cost of living in the […]

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Avoid Leaving Children in Hot Cars: 18 Children Died So Far This Year

The hottest days are yet to come and so far, this year 18 children in the U.S. have died from being left in a hot car. Most of those deaths have happened in the southeast, one occurring in Georgia.   During the summer, normal routines can easily change when it comes to children and caregivers. […]

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A Veteran Set Himself on Fire When Protesting: More Identity Details

According to the Georgia State Patrol, a disgruntled veteran set himself on fire in protest Tuesday outside the Georgia Capitol in downtown Atlanta.   Officials said veteran John Michael Watts, 58, who was protesting his treatment by the V.A., used a combination of fireworks and gasoline to set himself on fire. A spokesperson for the Georgia […]

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Delta Airlines Partners Up With Roadie to Help With Delayed Luggage

As you may already know, it’s a real struggle when you arrive at your destination but your luggage doesn’t. Delta Airlines wants to help people stuck in that situation.   Delta Airlines partnered up with Roadie, an Atlanta-based company that delivers delayed baggage to travelers.   Recently, they expanded to different cities. Now, Roadie services […]

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Self-Driving Trucks: Waymo’s Big Project

Recently, self-driving cars have been headlining the news in both good and bad categories. But there hasn’t been much information on self-driving trucks. Yup, you heard it here first. Waymo, a self-driving car development company, is a subordinate company of Alphabet Inc. And if you didn’t know already, Alphabet Inc. is actually Google’s parent company. […]

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High School Seniors’ Prank Taught a Valuable Lesson for Georgians

A group of high-school seniors from Heard County took a senior prank too far when they spray-painted an American flag and hung it at the school’s student entrance.   News of the flag, which said “Seniors 2018,” spread quickly through social media, and the Heard County High School took action immediately.   In the heart […]

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