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Paddling still common outside metro Atlanta
Corporal punishment is still going strong in some rural Georgia schools, where educators paddled students more than 16,000 times last year.
‘Walking Dead’ fans meet for convention in Atlanta
Fans of the hit cable television show “The Walking Dead” congregated in downtown Atlanta this weekend for a convention focused on the AMC series.
Hundreds sign petition against college merger
More than 1,000 people have signed a petition on Change.org against a plan to merge two metro Atlanta universities.
Atlanta’s High hosts show on Tuileries garden
Atlanta’s High Museum of Art is bringing a little piece of Paris to Peachtree Street.
Georgia eyes stake in Glades reservoir project
Gov. Nathan Deal’s administration is considering investing in a North Georgia reservoir that would send extra water downstream during droughts and boost the amount of water that flows into a lake at the center of a three-state dispute, officials said.
Dalai Lama to visit Emory University
The Dalai Lama is returning to Emory University as part of a continuing partnership between the exiled Tibetan spiritual leader and the school in Atlanta.
"The Walking Dead" brings life to Ga. town
When the cotton mill closed, the rural Georgia town of Grantville began a slow transformation into a ghost town.
Residents fled. Storefronts faded. Buildings decayed.
City of Savannah fires director of film office
The director of Savannah’s film office was fired Monday after city officials said complaints surfaced about the production of “Spongebob 2 The Movie.”
Atlanta logs dramatic turnaround in homelessness
After Larry Mainor left the armed forces, he spent years getting high on crack and sleeping in cars, under bridges, behind restaurants and even in the woods. Now, he finally has a roof over his head and his own bed to sleep in.
Inmates find relief from anger through yoga
It’s just a double-wide, but for some inmates, the classroom trailer at the Clarke County Jail is a calming oasis away from the turmoil of the cell blocks.
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