Sandy Springs,

Two arrested after police break up large party at Sandy Springs home

ATLANTA - Several hundred people were told to leave a Sandy Springs home late Saturday evening after a report of an outdoor concert. Timothy Gregg Osby, 54, and his ex-wife, Samantha Osby, were arrested and charged with operating a special event without a permit. Mr. Osby was also charged with furnishing alcoholic beverages to persons under 21 years of age and disorderly conduct for possession of marijuana.
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Georgia StateNewnan Times-Herald

Is the recent special election a bellwether for Georgia’s GOP?

Plenty of newspaper space has been dedicated to what the future holds for the Republican Party—especially here in Georgia. While long considered an impenetrable GOP bastion, the Peach State’s outlook has recently appeared much less certain. In 2020, Georgia’s electoral votes went to President Joe Biden, and the state elected two Democrats to the U.S. Senate. The Republican Party took its lumps at the county level too—losing district attorney, sheriff and county commission races.
Atlanta, GAPage Six

Kanye West won’t leave Atlanta stadium until he finishes new album ‘Donda’

Kanye West has reportedly been living at Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium as the artist attempts to polish off his highly-anticipated new album “Donda.”. The “Yeezus” rapper hosted a sold-out listening party at the stadium last week and planned to release the record on Friday. But the album’s arrival was delayed and Kanye remained holed up at the venue to finish his artwork.
Atlanta, GAInternational Business Times

Kanye West 'Living' At Atlanta Stadium To Finish 'Donda' Album

It seems Kanye West is not willing to leave Atlanta's Mercedes-Benz Stadium until he finishes his new album, titled "Donda." The music album was supposed to be out last Friday but the release got delayed. The 44-year-old rapper is reportedly "living" at the stadium and doesn't plan to leave until...
Dekalb County, GAWSB Channel 2 Atlanta

DeKalb County house catches fire after being struck by lightning

DEKALB COUNTY, Ga. — A DeKalb County family is safe after their home was struck by lightning and caught fire. DeKalb County Fire Rescue says storms were rolling through the south portion of DeKalb County at 8:40 p.m. when they were called to a house fire on Corners Circle. Investigators say the fire was caused by lightning.