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A former inmate has been sentenced to a decade in prison for attempting to hire someone to kill his ex-wife last fall while still in jail.

East Point Associate Judge Glen Ashman recently received a certificate of service from the Council of Municipal Court Judges of Georgia, recognizing that 2018 marks his 30th year on the

Atlanta Public Schools will host its annual Back-to-School Bash July 28 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Georgia World Congress Center’s Hall C in downtown Atlanta.

Following two sold-out shows in June, Boys’ Night Out on Broadway, a cabaret show, has been held over for two nights only, July 18 and 25, at Ten Atlanta, 990

The historic Jones House in Alpharetta has been revamped into new eatery, Restaurant Holmes and opened on July 11.

Milton Fire-Rescue Department marks “record breaking year” for the 2018 “Fill the Boot” fundraising drive supporting the Muscular Dystrophy Association and Camp Twin Lakes.

Area 51 Aurora Cineplex and The Fringe Miniature Golf in Roswell strive to teach a lesson in philanthropy with its upcoming fundraiser event.

Connecting Henry’s Students Working to Achieve Greatness program on July 12 granted 27 GED diplomas to its graduates at the Henry County Performing Arts Center in McDonough.

A tipster helped a city of South Fulton police officer nab an armed robber the same week another resident prevented a bank holdup.

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Electric Scooters Help Commuters, But Government Has A Problem With That
It appears that yet another town in America has given in to the fear of unregulated electric scooters. Because of safety, or something.
In San Francisco, the ban took effect in early June, forcing rental companies to remove all of its scooters from the market immediately. The new rules now state that only companies with…