Nonprofit hopes to make Atlanta a no-kill city for stray animals
by Ross Williams
November 01, 2015 09:48 PM | 33 33 recommendations | email to a friend
If you’ve noticed fewer stray cats and dogs roaming around your neighborhood, you may have LifeLine Animal Project to thank for it. LifeLine is the nonprofit that manages animal services in Fulton and DeKalb counties. They cared for over 15,000 homeless animals last year, and with their new project “I’m In,” they’re hoping 2016 will be the year Atlanta becomes a “no-kill” zone for stray animals. In the animal control world, no-kill is defined as saving 90 percent of animals that com...
French Atlantans respond to terror with courage
Security is tight at the consulate of France in Atlanta. Large bags and luggage are no longer allowed on the premises, and those without appointments or official business are turned away at the lob...
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Fulton County to cut $19M from 2016 budget; seniors, health care may take hits
Fulton County residents who take advantage of county aging services like adult day care may see increased fees in 2016. The new fees are slated to bring in $250,000 to the county and represent part...
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Teacher Pay
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Should Georgia's teachers make more money?