Douglas student a finalist for Pro Football Hall o...
by Bill Baldowski
02:23 PM, Tuesday, April 28
A Chapel Hill High School senior is one of 20 student athletes nationwide, and three from Georgia, to be a finalist for the U.S. Army and Pro Football Hall of Fame Award for Excellence. Daryl Mitchell, 17, daughter of Darryl and Amelia Mitchell of...

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Fairburn church commemorates 140 years
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