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Kemp begins transition to become 83rd governor

Kemp begins transition to become 83rd governor

December 17, 2018

After highly-contested vote counting in the week following election night, one of the nation’s most highly followed contests came to an end as Democrat Stac...

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...

Atlanta businesses feel effects of boil water advisory

Atlanta businesses feel effects of boil water advisory

Anna Fedorova, Writer

December 4, 2018

Businesses, schools and households across metro Atlanta experienced a major water restriction caused by a boil water advisory on Monday, Dec. 3. The rest...

Boil water advisory inconveniences Grady students

Boil water advisory inconveniences Grady students

December 4, 2018

Water is a necessity for human life that we often take for granted. When water is no longer accessible, thousands of people are affected. On Monday Dec. 3,...

Grady faculty works to manage Atlanta boil water advisory

Grady faculty works to manage Atlanta boil water advisory

Zoya Charania, Writer

December 4, 2018

Late Monday morning, on Dec. 3, a boil water advisory was issued across all of the City of Atlanta. Residents in Atlanta experienced low water pressure...

Two months after Hurricane Michael, Georgia is still recovering

Two months after Hurricane Michael, Georgia is still recovering

December 4, 2018

Hurricane Michael is a distant memory in many minds, but for communities across southwest Georgia, the memory is a vivid one. On Oct. 10, 2018, Hurrican...

10th Street and Monroe Drive’s final call to action

10th Street and Monroe Drive’s final call to action

December 3, 2018

In February 2016, freshman Alexia Hyneman was struck by a car in the 10th Street and Monroe Drive intersection, now the City of Atlanta looks to take a...

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

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...

Capelouto continues journalism career for Atlanta Journal Constitution

Capelouto continues journalism career for Atlanta Journal Constitution

November 26, 2018

Journalism has always been a constant grind for Atlanta native and Grady alum J.D. Capelouto. However, after six long years of countless late nights and vario...

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 ...

New attendance policies increase punctuality

New attendance policies increase punctuality

November 20, 2018

Student attendance, at this time a year ago, was 95.3 percent and has now increased to 96 percent as the administration has made attendance rates a pri...

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