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Being a versatile athlete capable of playing numerous positions on the field is a quality high school coaches look for when they are in the school hallways “talking up” their particular sport to interested students, said Stockbridge softball coach Tanya Costa.
Parents, staff and community members are invited to review English as a Second Language (ESOL) and world language resources currently under consideration by the Fulton County Board of Education and provide their feedback.
As Georgia’s film and TV industry continues to grow, those working in the field are looking for ways to make it sustainable, partly through growing and training local talent.
LifeLine Animal Project invites DeKalb County pet owners to attend “Healthy Pets DeKalb” November 5 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Shoal Creek Park II, 3643 Glenwood Road in Decatur. The event will offer free vaccinations provided by licensed veterinarians, vouchers for free spay/neuters to use a…
OAKLAND -- A federal grand jury has indicted Yevgeniy Aleksandrovich Nikulin 29, of Moscow, Russia, for obtaining information from computers, causing damage to computers, trafficking in access devices, aggravated identity theft and conspiracy, announced U.S. Attorney Brian J. Stretch for the Northern District of California and Special Agent in Charge John F. Bennett of the FBI.
This spring, about 500 volunteers joined in the effort at 23 areas in coastal California to map Sudden Oak Death (SOD). Napa had a good-sized group of “citizen scientists” who joined in to search for the tree-killing disease, surveying over 700 trees in Napa County.
Coming from the Fox Theatre in Midtown, one might assume the new executive director of the Buckhead Heritage Society would have a bit of a bias when asked about her favorite historic building in Buckhead.