Attorney General Carr Tackles the Opioid Crisis

  This is the first of a two-part series by our staff writer. Opioid addiction is the country’s latest epidemic. Public health officials have called the current opioid epidemic the worst drug crisis in American history, killing more than 33,000 people in 2015....

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...

Deal suspends Snellville Mayor accused of 60+ felonies

  Governor Nathan Deal on Wednesday issued an executive order immediately suspending Snellville Mayor Tom Witts from office. Witts, who was elected in 2015, faces more than 60 felony charges for using campaign money for a variety of personal expenses, including...

Atlanta Press Club Honors Hall of Fame Inductees

The Atlanta Press Club hosted a variety of journalists, public relations professionals and dignitaries for their annual Hall of Fame dinner on Tuesday in Buckhead. The dinner “celebrates not only the journalists we are inducting but the impact good journalism has made...

Two School Controversies Shake DeKalb County

  Lithonia Middle School in DeKalb County is being criticized by parents after a teacher quizzed a sixth grade class on different “gender identities.” The mother of one 12-year-old girl at the school, Octavia Parks, said her daughter informed her of the health...

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