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Demands for safer streets gain traction

Demands for safer streets gain traction

March 25, 2019

Leaving a chorus concert in February 2016, Principal Dr. Betsy Bockman and her daughter, then freshman Elizabeth, waited for the light at the intersect...

District’s `Excellent Schools Project’ sparks community debate

District’s `Excellent Schools Project’ sparks community debate

March 6, 2019

  Atlanta Public School’s controversial initiative to implement the “Excellent Schools Project” faces impassioned opposition as well as support...

Civil and Human Rights Museum offers free admission

Civil and Human Rights Museum offers free admission

February 20, 2019

The Center for Civil and Human Rights offered free admission to anyone interested during the month of February, attracting people of all ages and backgrou...

Gentrification: Atlanta’s Displacement Game

Gentrification: Atlanta’s Displacement Game

February 14, 2019

In 2008, the housing market in the United States plummeted. A build up in subprime real estate loans caused the worst economic period in the United States sin...

Federal shutdown causes local pain

Federal shutdown causes local pain

Charlotte Spears, Co-Editor-In-Chief

January 25, 2019

Filed under Front Slideshow, Local News, National News, NEWS, State News

For 35 days, one fourth of the federal government has been shutdown due to a dispute between Congress and the President over a spending bill allocating...

Fulton County public defenders stand for the voiceless

Fulton County public defenders stand for the voiceless

January 8, 2019

Mr. Smith* stands in court as the judge reads his charges off to him. He is being charged with child molestation. Smith has previously had convictions ...

District schools to get their own report cards

District schools to get their own report cards

December 12, 2018

Atlanta Public Schools will begin an evaluation and rating process of all schools, which would provide the school board and Superintendent, Dr. Meria C...

Antisemitism remains prevalent in Atlanta

Antisemitism remains prevalent in Atlanta

December 10, 2018

Robert Bowers, a 46-year-old man, walked into the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh, PA, and opened fire into the weekly service. By the time Bowers was...

Security concern grows as number of break-ins increase

Security concern grows as number of break-ins increase

Selena Kleber and Anna Tischer

November 28, 2018

Filed under Front Slideshow, Local News, NEWS

Within the past two months, many students and teachers within the Grady community were affected by numerous car break-ins occurring not only in Grady par...

A Vibrant Cultural Revival: Little Five Points

A Vibrant Cultural Revival: Little Five Points

November 26, 2018

Little Five Points, one of Atlanta’s most unique intown neighborhoods, is in for a change that community members have desired for over 40 years. The ...

Georgia Governor’s race undecided as Democrats gain in the U.S. House

November 6, 2018

                    The Nation Follow the Southerner's election coverage ...

Harris Hines, retired Chief Justice, 1961 Grady alum killed in car crash

Harris Hines, retired Chief Justice, 1961 Grady alum killed in car crash

November 4, 2018

Harris Hines, the recently retired Chief Justice is the Georgia Supreme Court died today in a car crash, according to the Marietta Daily Journal. Hines was a 1961 Grady graduate who retired as Chief Justice in August 31, 2018. ...

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