A look back at metro Atlanta's top local headlines of 2015
by Christine Fonville, Noreen Cochran, Tom Spigolon, Everett Catts, and Rachel Kellogg
December 30, 2015 02:21 PM | 0 0 comments | 62 62 recommendations | email to a friend
Metro Atlanta's cities and counties saw their share of controversial topics in 2015, as well as trends that will impact the area for years to come. Mercedes-Benz, Google, and Hollywood all set up shop in the area, two large colleges merged and a new city was born. Here is a rundown of some of the top local news stories of 2015: ‘ROTTEN TO THE CORE’ In March, DeKalb County interim CEO Lee May signed an executive order to provide “for the installation of two special investigators to r...
GBI: Man found dead along I-75 was kidnapped from Emerson
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation says a man found shot to death along Interstate 75 in suburban Atlanta was the victim of a kidnapping in the north Georgia town of Emerson, several miles northwe...
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Column: Of me and bikes and Bono
I’ve gotten several quips about my bike accident since it occurred in late October. I wrapped up the last of my physical therapy in late January and, though I still have miles ahead before I sleep,...
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  • Column: Maintaining status quo not an option in public ed
    by Charles B. Knapp
    Guest Columnist
    01.28.16 - 11:40 am
  • Column: Farewell, good readers
    by Lauretta Hannon
    Columnist
    02.04.16 - 05:29 pm
  • Common Core Math
    Sep 23, 2015 | 599584 views | 0 0 comments | 1011 1011 recommendations | email to a friend | print

    Should Georgia ditch Common Core Math like Missouri, Maine and Ohio?