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June: News Briefs & Crime Blotter

June 24, 2020 Olivia Nash 0

NEWS BRIEFS  LOCAL Wendy’s arson suspect arrested On June 13, a Wendy’s located on 125 University Ave. SW. was burned down following the shooting of Rayshard Brooks. Brooks was a Black man shot by a […]

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May: News Briefs & Crime Blotter

May 26, 2020 J.P. Irie 0

NEWS BRIEFS  LOCAL DeKalb County gives out 18 tons of food to families in need According to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, DeKalb County began giving away $40,000 worth of food on Friday at Panthersville Stadium and […]

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March 31: News Briefs & Crime Blotter

March 31, 2020 Brooklyn Valera 0

NEWS BRIEFS  LOCAL Georgia manufacturers convert to medical equipment According to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Heritage Sleep Concepts was able to rehire 15 laid-off employees after a call from Floyd Medical Center. Heritage, Luvu Brands and […]

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Feb. 25: News Briefs & Crime Blotter

March 2, 2020 Brooklyn Valera 0

NEWS BRIEFS  LOCAL Macy’s is bringing new tech jobs to Midtown According to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Macy’s will bring 630 software development jobs to a new tech center in Atlanta. The tech center will be […]

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Weekly News Briefs: Nov. 5

November 5, 2018 Digital Editor 0

LOCAL Storage facility broken into, several units compromised A storage facility in Atlanta wasn’t as secure as its customers expected after a thief broke into several of the units. The thief broke locks and cut […]

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Weekly News Briefs: Oct. 29

October 29, 2018 Digital Editor 0

LOCAL Gwinnett middle school student stabs teacher The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported that a 13-year-old boy at Trickum Middle School stabbed a teacher with a butcher knife. During a class change, the eighth grader called a […]

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Weekly News Briefs: Oct. 22

October 22, 2018 Digital Editor 0

LOCAL Gwinnett County faces lawsuit CNN reported Gwinnett County now faces two federal lawsuits and accusations from voting rights activists who said that registration rejections disproportionately affect minority voters, particularly Asian-Americans and African-Americans. The county […]

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Weekly News Briefs: Oct. 15

October 15, 2018 Digital Editor 0

LOCAL Brian Kemp sued for voter discrimination An Associated Press investigation found that Georgia has 53,000 voter applicants in limbo, 70 percent of whom are African-American. Civil rights groups sued Georgia Secretary of State Brian […]

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Weekly News Briefs: Sep.24

September 24, 2018 Digital Editor 0

LOCAL Georgia substitute teacher charged after sending nude photos to teen boys The Atlanta-Journal Constitution reported that a substitute teacher in northwest Georgia was arrested and fired after she allegedly sent nude photos of herself […]

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