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The new Murphy Crossing MARTA Station located in southwest Atlanta will be developed jointly by real estate development company Culdesac, Inc. in partnership with Urban Oasis Development.
New MARTA Stations announced, establish rail and BeltLine connection
Shalin BhatiaMay 27, 2024

In his State of the City address, Atlanta Mayor Andre Dickens announced a new MARTA rail station in southwest Atlanta adjacent to the Atlanta...

Jackson Seferovich, freshman

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Alek Sibilsky
Jackson Seferovich stands on the football field.

Jackson Seferovich is a freshman at Midtown High School who plays singles on the varsity tennis team. He and his team are striving to win states this year but it will take a lot of effort.

“I am on the varsity tennis team at Midtown,” Seferovich said. “I usually play line one or two singles. We are about to play our first round of states, and we just finished an undefeated season. We really want to win the championship this year but it’s going to be hard.

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Alek Sibilsky
Alek Sibilsky, Writer
Alek Sibilsky is a sophomore and a first-year writer for the paper. Outside of writing, he is a player on the varsity tennis team. He is excited to write for the paper this year.

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