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City Winery Atlanta to resume live concerts in October

September 23, 2020

As the pandemic restrictions continue on, there is hope for those of us that enjoy entertainment. This specifically applies to entertainment outside of livestream events. City Winery Atlanta is a venue that patrons of the town would enjoy entertainment as well. There is nothing more exciting that the opportunity to feel the vibe of being […]

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Con Artist Man Arrested For Claiming to Be Homeless and Fourteen

September 2, 2020

Being a con artist can lead to jail time. Especially when confronted by a law enforcement officer. 21-year-old Abay Holmes identified as a 14-year-old freshman. He gave false information in order to enroll at Baldwin High School in Milledgeville. Successful for two days as Awan Thomas, a high school freshman, he was able to use […]

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WaterBoyz: Attacks From Suspects Selling Water

July 29, 2020

Atlanta, GA – WaterBoyz is quickly becoming a term in the city. Videos are surfacing which depicts drivers under assault by teenagers selling water. From the outside, things look tame. Kids in bright yellow vests are walking through intersections and stop light trying to make a quick dollar by selling water. Unfortunately, this seems to […]

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Superspreading Of COVID-19 Through Atlanta Metro

July 3, 2020

Atlanta, GA – A “superspreading” of COVID-19 throughout the Atlanta metropolitan area. These reports come amid a rapid reopening process that has since an abnormally large spike in confirmed cases. The rise comes amid the reopening process for the city. Where the virus did not seem to slow down or level off, the city began […]

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Mansion Party Shut Down By Police

June 9, 2020

A mansion party was shut down by Atlanta police during Memorial Day weekend. Despite a global pandemic that has ravaged both America and the rest of the world, people seem to be okay with gathering in groups of 10 or more. In this case, the party had over 800 people packed like sardines with topless […]

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Georgia Aquarium Welcomes New Family Member

May 28, 2020

The Georgia Aquarium welcomed a new addition to their family last Sunday, May 17.  Whisper, the aquarium’s 20-year old beluga resident, finally gave birth to a healthy calf weighing 174 pounds and measured at 5 feet and 4 inches. Whisper’s labor was reportedly longer than average, but thanks to onsight medical teams and staff, it […]

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Restaurants Commit To Keeping Closed Despite Kemp’s Decree

April 29, 2020

As quarantine rolls into the month of May, many states began the conversation about reopening their economies. Some actually did. Georgia Governor Brian Kemp announced restaurants, among other businesses closed by social distancing orders, could reopen on Monday, April 27. The controversial move garnered significant criticism. Even President Trump, who previously supported protests in states […]

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Tornadoes Sweep Southeast Over Easter Weekend

April 13, 2020

The necessary combination of weather elements coalesced across southern states over the weekend to batter residents with deadly tornadoes. The National Weather Service ultimately reported a total of 25 different tornado touchdowns on Easter Sunday. At least 7 deaths results. One of the many tornadoes ripped through southern Mississippi. It traveled for nearly 100 miles. […]

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Rifle Toting Politician Incites Controversy Over “Hordes” Remarks

April 8, 2020

Republican congressional candidate Paul Broun incited controversy after suggesting citizens use the AR-15 rifle to protect themselves against “looting hordes from Atlanta.” Paul Broun’s new political ad features the former congressperson stalking through a field wielding an AR-15 rifle. In what could be considered a dual ad for both his candidacy and the rifle itself, […]

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Quarantine At Camp Ends For First State Park Patient

March 18, 2020

On Sunday, after a 6-day quarantine at the Hard Labor Creek State Park, one man returns home to Canton. Prior to his state park quarantine, Joey Camp, a Waffle House cook and former Georgia National Guardsmen, began to feel ill earlier in the month. By March 5, his chills, aches, and fevers prompted him to […]

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