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Stolen cars recovered, new trails in a local park and the removal of a controversial monument

Your Atlanta updates for Thursday, October 21, 2021. The four priority storm drain projects in the Decatur 2020 Stormwater Master Plan officially have budgets and task orders for engineering services. At the City Commission meeting earlier this week, board members approved design budgets of $300,000 per project. Throughout the project, the city will also be taking feedback from residents for areas of improvement.
ATLANTA, GA
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Georgia hospital completes ED expansion, starts building $400M patient tower

Lawrenceville, Ga.-based Northside Hospital Gwinnett opened its expanded emergency department Oct. 18 and recently received approval from the Georgia Department of Community Health for a new 10-story tower. The 407,000-square-foot tower will have 162 inpatient beds and will cost $400 million, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported Oct. 21. The plans for...
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Atlanta man charged with murdering 67-year-old woman after altercation

ATLANTA - Deputies have arrested a suspect in the deadly shooting of a 67-year-old woman at her Atlanta home. The DeKalb County Sheriff's Office tells FOX 5 its fugitive unit arrested 33-year-old Atlanta resident Quaveous Antwon Smith at a home on Belvedere Circle in Decatur on Tuesday. According to the...
ATLANTA, GA
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Gainesville's Skate Country to close Sunday

Gainesville's roller rink Skate Country will close for good before the end of the month. "Milton Robson has bought Skate Country - well, we haven't closed, but he was looking for a place to put his cars," said Susan Means, who owns Skate Country with her husband, Jim. "And you know, Jim is 78 and I'm 76, I still work at Buford, and anyway, we've talked about selling for a long time.
GAINESVILLE, GA
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Buford High School Alumni — Then and Now: Benjie Wood

Meet Benjie Wood, a graduate of Buford High School from the Class of 1990. Benjie is the son of Benny Wood and Carole Martin. He was raised in Buford and attended Buford City Schools from the time he was a kindergartener through the 12th grade. That puts Benjie in that special group of Buford “lifetimers.”
BUFORD, GA
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Northside Gwinnett opens emergency department expansion, gets approval for 10-story inpatient tower

Northside Hospital Gwinnett officially opened its new emergency department in Lawrenceville this past week, but Northside Hospital System officials are saying that is just a sign of the steps it is taking to increase medical care access at the Lawrenceville-based hospital. The Northside Gwinnett emergency department expansion hosted a ribbon...
LAWRENCEVILLE, GA
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Bethlehem Daily Weather Forecast

Here’s the forecast for the next four days in Bethlehem: Thursday, October 21: Chance of rain showers during the day; while chance of showers and thunderstorms overnight; Friday, October 22: Sunny during the day; while mostly clear overnight; Saturday, October 23: Sunny during the day; while clear overnight; Sunday,
BETHLEHEM, GA
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After two decades, feed store moves to Alpharetta

MILTON, Ga. — Alan Jessie, president of North Fulton Feed and Seed, set up shop along Ga. 9 in Milton in 1998. For many in the area, it became the go-to place for pet food, equine feed and hay, chicken and livestock feed as well as farm, seeds and garden supplies.
ALPHARETTA, GA
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Hoschton candidates discuss traffic, growth at forum

A panel of Hoschton political candidates weighed in on two of the city’s most pressing issues — traffic and growth — during a meet-and-greet Tuesday (Oct. 19) in advance of the Nov. 2 municipal elections. Four city council candidates and two mayoral candidates participated in the event held at Hoschton’s...
HOSCHTON, GA
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Male duo charged after allegedly stealing off-road motorcycles and posting on Facebook

Two Gainesville men were recently booked after allegedly stealing two dirt bikes from a Dawson County residence. Christopher Shannon Kirkpatrick, 33 and Mitchell Raymond Kirkpatrick, 35, were both arrested by the Dawson County Sheriff’s Office on Friday, Oct. 15 and were each charged with one count of criminal trespass and one felony count of theft by taking.
DAWSON COUNTY, GA
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Gainesville mayoral race: housing affordability

The mayoral race in the City of Gainesville is contested between two candidates as part of the 2021 municipal election cycle, so AccessWDUN asked the two candidates to give their thoughts on four topics, the first of which being housing in the city. Current Gainesville City Council member Sam Couvillon,...
GAINESVILLE, GA

Ball Ground Daily Weather Forecast

Here’s the forecast for the next four days in Ball Ground: Thursday, October 21: Showers and thunderstorms likely during the day; while chance of showers and thunderstorms overnight; Friday, October 22: Sunny during the day; while mostly clear overnight; Saturday, October 23: Sunny during the day; while clear overnight;
BALL GROUND, GA

Johns Creek International Festival returns Saturday

JOHNS CREEK — Get ready to celebrate traditional food, music and art from around the world at the Johns Creek International Festival on Saturday. When & Where:Saturday, Oct. 23, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on the fields across from the Atlanta Athletic Club at 1930 Bobby Jones Drive in Johns Creek.
JOHNS CREEK, GA
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Milton City Council levels restrictions on future alcohol-related businesses

MILTON, Ga. — The Milton City Council labored for seven hours Oct. 18 to strike a balance over amendments to the city’s alcohol beverage licensing ordinance. The action drew a packed house at City Hall, and many spoke against changes that would impact existing businesses, like Painted Horse Winery and Vineyards and Billy Allen’s, a piano bar and restaurant set to open soon in downtown Crabapple.
MILTON, GA
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