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Government, Opinion, Schools
More than 30 percent of Georgia high school students aren’t graduating in four years. What do you think is keeping these students from earning their diploma?
A church known for protesting at soldiers’ funerals held Saturday a demonstration to praise a tornado that caused devastation in a college town. Tell us if you think the church is deserving of its media attention or the efforts of counter-protesters.
Government, Police & Fire, Schools, Business, Arts, Awareness, Weekend Planner
See tweets and photos from teams and attendees at the Relay For Life events happening in Cobb and Paulding counties.
Opinion, Schools, Sports
A runner’ gesture cost his high school a trip to the state championships. Tell us if you think the ruling on the gesture was right on, or if the disqualification was unwarranted.
Depending on whom you ask, spring break just ended or happened weeks ago. Are the staggered spring breaks a good thing, or should schools aim to schedule their breaks at the same time?
Opinion, Schools, Public Safety
In the digital age, are we allowing children to use, and potentially abuse, social media at too early of an age? Tell us what you think.
Alloune Diouf helped his James Madison team advance in the NCAA Tournament Wednesday. But the Dukes will have to work hard to advance out of the field of 64 as a top-seeded team awaits them.
See what some of your neighbors had to say about today’s vote on continuing Cobb’s one-cent Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax for schools.
Sports, The Neighborhood Files, Graduation, Awareness
In all, 26 players from Georgia, including a former McEachern player and others from Cobb County, will be hitting the hardwood in the hopes of coming back to Atlanta for the Final Four.
Cobb County voters on Tuesday will determine whether or not the county’s one-cent Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax for schools will continue. Tell us how you will vote on the matter and why.
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