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Series of short power outages interrupts NPU-B board meeting

The board meeting of Neighborhood Planning Unit-B Aug. 7 was punctuated by a recurring series of short power outages that had those attending pulling out flashlights and using the light from their cell phones at times to read the agenda and check out paperwork related to the items to be discussed. It was unclear as [..]

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Unhappy hour

Chalk it up to a city that seems hell-bent on stymieing the flow of booze: Along with rolled-back bar hours, blue Sundays and Kafkaesque liquor license applications, it’s totally illegal for bars and restaurants to serve discounted drinks. Happy hour? Nope, not unless the prices are the same during every other hour. Half-price bottles of [..]

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BAH v. CITY OF ATLANTA

United States Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit. Mohamed I. BAH, Plaintiff-Appellee, v. CITY OF ATLANTA, Defendant-Appellant. No. 96-8095. Decided: January 22, 1997 Before ANDERSON and CARNES, Circuit Judges, and CUDAHY *, Senior Circuit Judge.Lisa S. Morchower, Asst. City Attorney, M. Hakim Hilliard, Associate City Attorney, Atlanta, GA, for Defendant-Appellant. George Brian Spears, Atlanta, GA, for Plaintiff-Appellee. Mohamed [..]

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Morehouse College Hosts the Steve Harvey Mentoring Weekend

100 boys from Atlanta-area schools were selected to come to Morehouse College to learn the true principles of manhood and the challenges that they must overcome to succeed in their future endeavors from Steve Harvey. From Nov. 18-20, the Steve Harvey Foundation held its annual mentoring weekend and it consisted of various skill-building activities that [..]

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