Dunwoody city attorney resigns

Allegations of anti-Muslim remarks made

Allegations of anti-Muslim remarks made Dunwoody assistant city attorney Lenny Felgin resigned Feb. 1 following allegations of anti-Muslim remarks on Facebook. Felgin, who represents Dunwoody through Riley McLendon, a metro Atlanta law firm with contracts throughout the city and DeKalb County, allegedly posted derogatory remarks about Muslims on a Facebook thread on Jan. 30. The […]

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War of the words

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Attack, support ads surface for 6th district democrat Republican and Democrat political action committees (PACs) have wasted no time in spending money to discredit and defend 6th congressional district Democrat candidate Jon Ossoff. The Congressional Leadership Fund, a super-PAC backed by Republican House of Representatives leaders, spent approximately $1.1 million on ad buys leading up […]

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DeKalb board of ed questions, approves $3.1 million purchase

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DeKalb County School District makes consecutive multi-million modular classroom purchase DeKalb County School District’s (DCSD) board of education approved the third consecutive multi-million dollar purchase of portable classrooms on Feb. 13 despite skepticism from board members. The approved $3.1 million purchase will pay Mobile Modular Management Corporation for an unstated number of single-wide and quad […]

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‘Not your grandfather’s vo-tech’

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    Georgia Piedmont Technical College offers cutting-edge courses According to Georgia Piedmont Technical College President Jabari Simama, the DeKalb County school is leading the way in offering a platform for 21st century jobs in America. “This is not your grandfather’s vo-tech,” Simama said. “Technical education, as the young folks say, is hot. It’s on […]

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Barack H. Obama Elementary Magnet School of Technology hosts ribbon-cutting

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    DeKalb County School District (DCSD)’s Barack H. Obama Elementary Magnet School of Technology celebrated its first semester by holding a ribbon-cutting ceremony and program on Feb. 16. Fifth graders Tyler Teague and Marcus Parks served as masters of ceremonies for the event, which included remarks from officials as well as performances from students […]

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District spends $3.1 million on portable classrooms

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  DeKalb County School District’s (DCSD) board of education approved the third consecutive multi-million purchase for portable classrooms on Feb. 13. The approved $3.1 million purchase will pay Mobile Modular Management Corporation for an unspecified amount of single-wide and quad unit portable classrooms, some with restrooms and some without. The purchase is meant to support […]

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A focus on success

Accounting student Sonya Bingham was chosen as Georgia Piedmont Technical College’s 2017 GOAL Award winner for her academic excellence and leadership in the classroom. She was announced and congratulated during a Feb. 2 luncheon by GPTC President Jabari Simama (pictured). Photos submitted.

Georgia Piedmont Technical College student vows to change future, wins award If someone had asked Sonya Bingham five years ago where she thought she would be today, completing an associate’s degree program at Georgia Piedmont Technical College (GPTC) would not have been an answer. “For 13 years, I was stuck in an endless repetition of […]

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DeKalb state rep disproves GA ‘voter fraud’

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Holcomb receives answer from Secretary of State indicating less than 10 cases of alleged ‘double-voting Thanks to Georgia state Rep. Scott Holcomb, President Donald Trump can scratch Georgia off the list of states that have allegedly committed voter fraud. Holcomb, whose district covers Chamblee, Doraville and parts of unincorporated DeKalb County as part of Georgia’s […]

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