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The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and Atlanta Civic Circle have partnered to launch Georgia Decides, a digital, nonpartisan voter guide for Georgia’s 2022 general election.
Decatur Beer festival is back this weekend after a two-year hiatus with a new name.
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Atlanta City Council recently voted to acquire more than three and a half acres for a new park in southwest Atlanta. 
WABE and the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies collaborated for a night of civil discussion among young voters during a live recording of the Political Breakfast podcast hosted by Lisa Rayam.
With the 2022 midterm election around the corner, Stacy Abrams emphasized the importance of voting this November.
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The Smyrna City Council voted this week to approve new boundaries of its seven wards, which were redrawn based on population changes in the 2020 census.
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A local youth nonprofit that provides after-school and mentorship programs for local students organized a community discussion to bring people together to find solutions to the community’s concerns.
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Martin 'Marty' Ferrell, a 32-year veteran of the Marietta Police Department, was confirmed as the new police chief Wednesday after serving as interim chief since the retirement of Chief Dan Flynn earlier this year.
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A celebration of Georgia’s diverse immigrant communities came to downtown Lawrenceville this past weekend with food and performances and more.
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At a campaign rally in Gwinnett County Friday, the former United Nations ambassador appealed to Asian American voters to support Herschel Walker’s campaign for U.S. Senate.