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Dates, new location set for Atlanta high school 2019 graduations  Atlanta Journal Constitution

Most of Atlanta's high school graduation ceremonies will move to the McCamish Pavilion at Georgia Tech. They will take place May 18-24.



Shorter ceremonies, new rules for Atlanta's 2019 high school graduations  Atlanta Journal Constitution

Atlanta Public Schools moved the 2019 high school graduation ceremonies to the McCamish Pavilion at Georgia Tech. With the new venue comes new rules ...



Bond denied for teen charged in Therrell High shooting  WSB Atlanta

A judge denied bond Wednesday for a 17-year-old accused of shooting five people, including four students at a southwest Atlanta high school.



Atlanta academy is Georgia’s first all-girls school to be STEM certified  Atlanta Journal Constitution

Atlanta's Coretta Scott King Young Women's Leadership Academy is Georgia's first all-girls middle and high school to receive STEM certification from its national ...



More APS students took SAT, Grady High posts top score in district  Atlanta Journal Constitution

SAT exam results show Grady High School with top score among Atlanta public high schools.



School bus carrying students crashes in Atlanta leaving multiple people injured  11Alive.com WXIA

This story is developing.



Grandfather of 8 shot, killed on southwest Atlanta street  Atlanta Journal Constitution

A 60-year-old grandfather was gunned down on a southwest Atlanta street Saturday night, police said.



These Atlanta schools rose off Georgia’s low-performing list  Atlanta Journal Constitution

The city's nine schools were among 61 in Georgia no longer labeled focus or priority.



aps, atlanta public schools, dr meria carstarphen, new principals, new school year, jay bland, emily boatright, octavius harris, anita lawrence, tiffany momon, ernest sessoms jr, kara stimpson, yolanda weems, maria boynton  News-Talk 1380 WAOK

When the doors open for Atlanta Public Schools tomorrow, there will be 8 new principals. They were appointed by APS Superintendent Dr. Meria Carstaphen for ...



GREENBRIAR MALL THREAT: Police say 'avoid the area' around mall as they investigate shooting threat  WSB Atlanta

ATLANTA - A man who threatened a mass shooting at a southwest Atlanta mall is in custody after the threat sparked a massive police response, Atlanta police ...



As water returns to south Fulton, frustration with response mounts  Atlanta Journal Constitution

Union City, Fairburn, Chattahoochee Hills, South Fulton and Atlanta were affected by a water main break that also disrupted *service* at Fulton schools.



Trust in Giving Foundation hosting Atlanta events  MDJOnline.com

Trust in Giving Foundation, G. “Fly” Henry and Think It's A Game Records are co-hosting the final week of a month-long series of activities in Atlanta to support, ...



Atlanta’s high school graduation rate increases to 77 percent  Atlanta Journal Constitution

13 Atlanta high schools see graduation rates go up, while four schools post decreases.



APS schedules 2018 high school graduation dates  Atlanta Journal Constitution

Atlanta Public Schools announced the high school graduation dates, times and locations for the Class of 2018.



1 critical after head-on crash involving school bus; no students hurt  Atlanta Journal Constitution

Two people in a Toyota Scion sustained injuries after a crash Wednesday involving a school bus in so...



Students injured after school bus accident in Atlanta  CBS46 News Atlanta

Some students were taken to the hospital after they sustained minor injuries during a school bus accident in Atlanta Wednesday.



Atlanta teen who stabbed grandmother more than 50 times gets 20 years  Atlanta Journal Constitution

An Atlanta boy who stabbed his 76-year-old grandmother more than 50 times and went to school in blood-soaked clothes was sentenced Wednesday to 20 ...



Get free school supplies at Atlanta’s back-to-school celebration  Atlanta Journal Constitution

Atlanta families can get free school supplies and health screenings at Atlanta Public Schools' Back-to-School Bash on July 30 from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Georgia ...



Driver in critical condition following serious wreck with school bus  Atlanta Journal Constitution

A crash involving a school bus left several children with minor injuries Wednesday afternoon.



Atlanta Restaurant Scores: Pizza Spot Fails With A 49  Atlanta, GA Patch

ATLANTA, GA — Here are some restaurant and food *service* inspections conducted in Atlanta and other parts of Fulton County during the past week. Click on ...



Deaths in custody: How gaps in the system have turned jails into warehouses for mentally ill  WSB Atlanta

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Channel 2 Action News and the Georgia News Lab conducted one of the most comprehensive reviews of jail deaths ever ...



Atlanta City Council's War on the Public; Mr. Bond Objects  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) ATLANTA — One year into the new Council term, the current Atlanta City Councilmembers continue their war on the public, with the exception of Michael ...



Anna K. Davie Elementary gets new principal; Rome BOE also OKs ELOST resolution  Northwest Georgia News

Clifton Nicholson, who has been an assistant principal at Daniel McLaughlin Therrell High School in Atlanta, will take the reins as principal at Anna K. Davie ...



Riverdale High turns to familiar face in Rodney Hackney to take over football program  News-Daily.com

Hackney previously coached at Riverdale from 2000-2004 before moving on to Mays and Lithonia. Hackney also had a successful stint at North Clayton from ...



Henry’s first black DA to be sworn-in  Atlanta Journal Constitution

Henry County's first African-American lead prosecutor will be sworn in Thursday.



South Fulton water main break fixed, boil advisory continues Wednesday  Atlanta Journal Constitution

More than 100000 people in south Fulton County were under a boil advisory after a water main break Monday afternoon.



Atlanta Ordinance Would Repeal “Known Drug Area” Law that is Unconstitutional  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) ATLANTA — The Public Safety/Legal Administration Committee of the City Council of Atlanta is set to consider legislation on Tuesday, April 23, 2019, ...



Election Day in Atlanta: As polls close, some voters went to wrong precinct  Atlanta Journal Constitution

Polls are now closed at metro Atlanta precincts, but a few precincts had extended hours due to earli...



SOS Investigating Senior Vote-Buying in Atlanta Election  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) ATLANTA — The Secretary of State of Georgia is investigating apparent vote-buying at two senior highrises in Atlanta's City Council District 3, Atlanta ...



Legislature Passes Ban on Most Abortions in Georgia  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) ATLANTA — On today, Friday, March 29, 2019, the Georgia Legislature approved a bill that would criminalize most abortions in Georgia. The Georgia ...



Henry County’s first black district attorney plans new ways to help victims, deter criminals  MDJOnline.com

In his career, Henry County's new District Attorney Darius Pattillo has come further than the 32 miles from his inner city roots to the county courthouse in ...



Antonio Brown Attacks Clay, as District 3 Results Challenged in Court  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) ATLANTA — Antonio Brown, a candidate for the Atlanta City Council District 3 position who came in second place, attacked Greg Clay, the third place ...



Governor Signs Bill to Grow Cannabis in Georgia for Medical Oil Patients  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) ATLANTA — The Georgia General Assembly passed HB 324, Georgia's Hope Act, on Sine Die day, Tuesday, April 02, 2019; and Gov. Brian Kemp signed ...



General Assembly Acts on Some Cannabis Bills, Stalls on Others  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) ATLANTA — Georgia legislators introduced at least four cannabis bills during this 2019-2020 Legislative Session of the Georgia General Assembly: HB ...



Crowded Race in Atlanta Council District 3 Special Election  Atlanta Progressive News

Screenshot of candidates' forum video courtesy of Kelly Brown. (APN) ATLANTA — Ten candidates–including the News Editor of Atlanta Progressive ...



Advocates Continue to Press Atlanta Council on Homeless Warming Centers  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) ATLANTA — On Monday, January 07, 2019, advocates continued to press the Atlanta City Council to force changes to the City's policies related to the ...



Women Outraged, Say “Hell No” to Abortion Ban Adopted in Georgia  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) ATLANTA — Over ten thousand people marched on Saturday, May 25, 2019, from the State Capitol to CNN in the latest of marches in opposition to ...



City of Atlanta Drags Feet on Illegal Yard Signs Littering District 3 (UPDATE 3)  Atlanta Progressive News

UPDATE 3: A City of Atlanta vehicle was spotted on Anderson along with a city worker picking up illegal yard signs. UPDATE 2: Interim Commission Pierre ...



Activists Confront PSC on Georgia Power's Energy Plan, Seek All Renewables  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) ATLANTA — On Tuesday, June 11, 2019, environmentalists and clean energy advocates from across the State of Georgia joined the Sierra Club in a rally ...



Students combine scholarship, service to deepen understanding of social justice issues  Emory News Center

From volunteering at a program for homeless LGBT youth to tutoring high school students, participants in the Scholarship and *Service* Summer Program blend ...



Council Candidate, Amos, Fueled by Developers, Airport Dollars  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) ATLANTA — Candidate for Atlanta City Council, Byron Amos–who said at a recent forum that he accepted money from developer Steve Brock–appears to ...



Morris Brown College is surviving, hoping to thrive again  The Undefeated

Shirley Barlow remembers the moment that changed her life like it was yesterday. A boy next door, a longtime neighbor and friend, introduced her to his cousin ...



Gwinnett Voters to Consider Joining MARTA on March 19  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) ATLANTA — On Tuesday, March 19, 2019, Gwinnett residents will decide in a Special Election, in a transit contract referendum, if Metropolitan Atlanta ...



Extinction Rebellion Rebels against Extinction in Atlanta, Worldwide  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) ATLANTA — As a new generation of activists comes of age, an international movement, Extinction Rebellion (XR), is creating pressure for societal ...



National Climate Assessment Report Warns of Grave Situation  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) ATLANTA — The fourth National Climate Assessment Report, released on November 23, 2018, warns of worsening natural disasters, new food and ...



Atlanta Public Schools' JROTC instructors visit GMC | News  The Union-Recorder

More than 30 Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) Instructors from Atlanta Public Schools (APS) spent the day at Georgia Military College's (GMC) on ...



APN Releases Atlanta City Council Scorecard for 2019  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) ATLANTA — Atlanta Progressive News has released an updated City Council Scorecard for 2019 for the City Council of Atlanta. http://bit.ly/2ixKV6s.



Gun Reform Advocates Propel McBath to Victory in US House Race  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) ATLANTA — U.S. Rep.-elect Lucy McBath (D-GA), a national advocate for gun reform whose son was tragically murdered in 2012, was elected to the U.S. ...



Protest Held at Zoo Atlanta over Sixth Mass Extinction: One Million Animals and Plants Going Extinct  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) ATLANTA — On Friday, May 24, 2019, Extinction Rebellion Atlanta (XR) gathered at the entrance to Zoo Atlanta in Atlanta's Grant Park neighborhood to ...



Reality Winner of Augusta, Whistleblower, Sentenced under Espionage Act  Atlanta Progressive News

Photograph from Reality Winner's personal Facebook page; used pursuant to fair use doctrine for educational purposes. (APN) ATLANTA — On Thursday, ...



Powder Springs First United Methodist Church seeks to connect services to those who need help  MDJOnline.com

Powder Springs First United Methodist Church is rolling out new programs to help connect people in need with the *service* providers that can help them.



Democrats' HR 1 is Bold Vision for Voting Rights, Campaign Finance Reform  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) ATLANTA — On March 08, 2019, the U.S. House of Representatives passed H.R. 1, the For The People Act of 2019, a proposed law that sets forth a ...



College Park artist ready for craft show  MDJOnline.com

Faces and fish are very important to sculptor Kimmy Cantrell.



Georgia Approves New E-Voting Regime, but will Paper Record be Utilized?  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) ATLANTA — On April 02, 2019, Gov. Brian Kemp signed HB 316, a new law to require the State of Georgia to purchase new electronic voting equipment ...



Fulton Court Restores APN Editor's Name to Ballot, Overruling City of Atlanta  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) ATLANTA — On Friday, February 22, 2019, Fulton County Superior Court Judge Kelly Lee Ellerbe ruled that the City of Atlanta was “arbitrary and ...



APN Editor Running for Atlanta City Council in Special Election  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) ATLANTA — The Founder and News Editor of Atlanta Progressive News, Matthew Charles Cardinale, 37, is running for Atlanta City Council District 3 in ...



Green New Deal Introduced by US Rep. Ocasio-Cortez and Sen. Markey  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) ATLANTA — U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) and U.S. Sen. Ed Markey (D-MA) introduced legislation for a Green New Deal. HR 109, the ...



After Homeless Deaths, Activists Push City on Warming Centers  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) ATLANTA — At least two homeless people have frozen to death in recent weeks after sleeping on the streets of Atlanta this very cold and wet winter.



Rainbow Family Gathering in Georgia Disrupted by Federal Officers (UPDATE 1)  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) DAHLONEGA, Georgia — The 47th annual Rainbow Family Gathering was held in the Chattahoochee National Forest near Dahlonega, Georgia over the ...



Candidate Courtney English Appears to Have Evaded APS Property Taxes  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) ATLANTA — Atlanta Public Schools Board of Education Chairman Courtney English, who is running for Atlanta City Council Post 1-at-large, appears to ...



A Crack in Co-Owner Support for Vogtle, as Costs Skyrocket  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) ATLANTA — As the cost projections for the nuclear reactors 3 and 4 at Plant Vogtle continue to skyrocket, co-owner support for Plant Vogtle is on ...



APN Candidate Q&A: Brionte McCorkle, District 11, Atlanta Council  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) ATLANTA — In our continuing coverage of the City of Atlanta Municipal Elections for 2017, this article presents the Candidate Questionnaire responses ...



Federal Judge Denies E-Vote Injunction in Georgia  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) ATLANTA — On Monday, September 17, 2018, U. S. District Court Judge Amy Totenberg declined to issue a preliminary injunction that would have ...



Gwinnett Voters to Consider MARTA Referendum in March 2019  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) ATLANTA — On August 02, 2018, the Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners voted unanimously to create a ballot referendum that will take place on ...



Children, Youth Sue US Government over Climate Change Inaction  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) ATLANTA — Juliana v. U.S. Government is no ordinary lawsuit; it is a historic lawsuit with children telling President Donald Trump and the fossil fuel ...



No Progress on CBA; Developer, Brock, “Won't Be Called a Racist”  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) ATLANTA — There has been no progress to date on amending the Community Benefits Agreement for the catalytic Westside Yards Development ...



Russians Targeted Georgia County Servers, Mueller Indictment Reveals, but KSU Destroyed the Evidence (UPDATE 2)  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) ATLANTA — Two county servers in Georgia were targeted by two Russian military officers, Anatoliy Sergeyevich Kovalev and Aleksandr Vladimirovich ...



Several Homeless People Have Frozen to Death on Metro Atlanta Streets (UPDATE 1)  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) ATLANTA — Several people experiencing homelessness have frozen to death on the streets of Metro Atlanta so far through the winter season of late ...



(PHOTOS) – Election Day 2016  Decaturish.com

This story has been updated. Readers are writing in to talk about their Election Day experiences and a Decaturish photographer is visiting polling places today.



Rev. Darrion Fletcher, 1963-2017, !Presente!  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) ATLANTA — Rev. Darrion Fletcher, 54, an activist and spiritual counselor whose work focused on lifting up low-income people in some of Atlanta's most ...



State Withdraws Cannabis Event Permit after 300 Facebook RSVPs  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) ATLANTA — The State's Georgia Building Authority (GBA) cancelled a permit for three groups to hold a pro-cannabis, or pro-marijuana, rally, earlier this ...



Alt-Right in Atlanta, Hidden in Plain Sight  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) ATLANTA — While Atlanta is known as the birthplace of the Civil Rights Movement and a place where people of diverse races live and work together in ...



SPECIAL REPORT: Immigrants Laboring in Fear, Squalor on Georgia Farms  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) COBBTOWN, Georgia — The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) raid in neighboring Savannah, Georgia, still echoes through the ...



Lawsuit, Investigation Request Keep PSC, Georgia Power on their Toes  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) ATLANTA — The Georgia Public *Service* Commission (PSC) is facing a new lawsuit, while Georgia Power is facing a possible investigation – both in ...



Atlanta Council Cmte Approves Gentrification Plan for English Avenue  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) ATLANTA — Atlanta City Councilmembers Natalyn Archibong (District 5), Dustin Hillis (District 9), Marci Overstreet (District 11), Joyce Sheperd (District ...



Stacey Hopkins, ACLU Preserve 160,000 Voter Registrations in State Settlement (UPDATE 1)  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) ATLANTA — Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp has settled with Stacey Hopkins, a Fulton County voter who last year, in 2017, was threatened with ...



Eight Arrested at Georgia Board of Regents Meeting over Undocumented Student Ban  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) ATLANTA — On Tuesday, May 15, 2017, eight activists including pastors, students, teachers, artists, and retired workers were arrested after disrupting a ...



Proposed City of Greenhaven Bill Stalls, as Some Seek Atlanta Annexation  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) ATLANTA — A controversial bill to create a new City of Greenhaven, comprised of much of remaining unincorporated DeKalb County, did not pass out of ...



Georgia Legislature Sunsets Prepayment of Future Nuclear Plants  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) ATLANTA — With bipartisan support, on March 21, 2018, the Georgia Legislature passed SB 355, which will sunset the Georgia Nuclear Energy ...



APD Enforcing Laws Criminalizing, Burdening Homeless People  Atlanta Progressive News

With additional reporting by Gloria Tatum. (APN) ATLANTA — For at least the last nine years, the City of Atlanta has continued to arrest people for violating ...



Atlanta Implements No Cash Bail for Misdemeanors, after Fiery Debate  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) ATLANTA — On Thursday, March 01, 2018, the City of Atlanta began implementing its “no cash bail” policy for certain non-violent misdemeanor offenses.



Gwinnett County Residents Ask for MARTA Referendum per New State Law  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) ATLANTA — At the Tuesday, June 26, 2018 Board of Commissioners Meeting of Gwinnett County, several residents made public comments urging the ...



Wilkinson to be new principal at Rome Middle School  Northwest Georgia News

UPDATE: Anna K. Davie Elementary School Principal Parke Wilkinson will take the lead at Rome Middle School next year, while Brittney Wilson will be the first ...



APN Q&A: John Noel, Candidate, Public Service Commission  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) ATLANTA — With Primary Elections for several statewide races coming up on May 22, 2018, Atlanta Progressive News sent questionnaires to all ...



Atlanta Makes Sustainability Strides under Stuckey's Leadership (UPDATE 2)  Atlanta Progressive News

Photograph courtesy of Erik Voss, copyright 2018 Erik Voss. (APN) ATLANTA — Over the last few years of the leadership of Stephanie Stuckey (formerly ...



Activists Counter White Supremacist NSM Rally in Newnan, Georgia  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) NEWNAN, Georgia — On Saturday, April 21, a day after Adolf Hitler's birthday, the National Socialist Movement (NSM), a White Supremacist organization, ...



Lawsuit Challenges Gwinnett County's District Map for Blocking Minority Representation  Atlanta Progressive News

By Pilar Verdes, Special to the Atlanta Progressive News. (APN) ATLANTA — On August 08, 2016, the Georgia State Conference of the NAACP, the Georgia ...



Libertarian Party Sues over Georgia Ballot Petition Requirements for US House  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) ATLANTA — Georgia's antiquated and oppressive ballot access laws–which set highly burdensome petition requirements for independent and minor ...



Dr. Rita Jackson Samuels, 1945-2018, !Presente!  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) ATLANTA — Dr. Rita Jackson Samuels, a truly remarkable trailblazer and passionate advocate for civil rights and women's rights, passed away on March ...



Atlanta Drops Charges against Activist who Dared to Feed Homeless  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) ATLANTA — On Thursday, December 14, 2017, the City of Atlanta dropped charges against activist Adele MacLean with Atlanta Food not Bombs related ...



APN Q&A: Becky Evans, Candidate, HD 83  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) ATLANTA — In our continuing coverage of the May 22, 2018 Primary Election, Atlanta Progressive News sent questionnaires to the candidates for the ...



Atlanta Watershed Withheld Records Requested by APN in 2015  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) ATLANTA — The City of Atlanta failed to produce documents in response to a Georgia Open Records Act request by the present reporter to the ...



APN Endorses Abrams; Chapman; Dawkins-Haigler, Noel  Atlanta Progressive News

We endorse former State Rep. Stacey Abrams (D-Atlanta) because we believe she is the better choice over former State Rep. Stacey Evans (D-Smyrna) – not ...



Mariah Parker, Progressive Slate Elected in Athens, Georgia  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) ATLANTA — Mariah Parker, a 26 year-old University of Georgia doctoral student and rapper, was sworn in as an Athens-Clarke County Commissioner ...



APN Q&A: RJ Hadley, Candidate, Secretary of State  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) ATLANTA — With the Primary Election for Georgia Secretary of State and other statewide races coming up on May 22, 2018, Atlanta Progressive News ...



Five Arrested by GSU during Sit-in Protest for Turner Field CBA  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) ATLANTA — On Monday, April 10, 2017, a five hour sit-in by Georgia State University (GSU) students, including members of United Students Against ...



Worth County Sheriff's Office Violates Students in Drug Search  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) ATLANTA — Sheriff Jeff Hobby's office in Worth County near Albany, Georgia, inappropriately and apparently unlawfully searched almost 900 students at ...



Michael Williams's Deportation Bus Hits a New Low in Republican Primary for Governor  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) CLARKSTON — On Wednesday, May 17, 2018, Georgia Republican gubernatorial candidate Michael Williams, a State Senator from Cumming, Georgia, ...



City of Atlanta Threatens Mattie Jackson, 93; Whole Peoplestown Block With Eminent Domain  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) ATLANTA — One of Atlanta's most revered community leaders–Mattie Jackson, 93–is in danger of losing her home to eminent domain as the City moves ...



Georgia Power Suspends Plans on Stewart Nuclear Site  Atlanta Progressive News

(APN) ATLANTA — Georgia Power has announced its intentions to suspend plans to build nuclear reactors in Stewart County, Georgia on the Chattahoochee ...



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