Early voting off to slow start

  Relatively few voters went to the polls for the first day of early voting Monday in Fulton and DeKalb counties. That may be because many voters remain undecided in the race to become Atlanta’s mayor. According to the Fulton County Board of Registration and...

Survey results give Gwinnett Place CID hope

  A summer survey conducted by the Gwinnett Place Community Improvement District shows the area around the fading mall has potential to grow if redeveloped. For CID executive director Joe Allen that means even if the mall itself sinks, the rest of the CID can...

Committee looks at storm-water fees reform

  State Sen. Frank Ginn (R-Danielsville) wants to bring storm-water fees in line with actually storm runoff as he begins work on a joint study committee on the issue. Ginn co-chairs the group with State Rep. Lynn Smith (R-Newnan). It will hold its first meeting...

SunTrust remains biggest bank in Atlanta

  SunTrust remained the largest bank in the Atlanta market with a little more than 28 percent of the total deposits in Atlanta, according to the FDIC’s annual Summary of Deposits. The report, released Tuesday, reflects deposits as of June 30. SunTrust’s share was...

Fannin County team praised for flag move

  Fannin County High School’s football team isn’t a contender for any sort of championship, but the Rebels might just be the best known, at least nationally, program in the state right now. Before last Friday’s game against Greater Atlanta Christian, the entire...

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