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South Ga. Farm Settles Discrimination Lawsuit

One of the state's largest vegetable farms reached a settlement with former employees who claimed they were discriminated against because of

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  • Written by The Atlanta Daily World
  • Category: Atlanta

Sandy Hook Funerals Become Routine in Newtown

Associated Press/Charles Krupa – A child peers through firefighters standing as the procession heads to the cemetery outside the funeral for school shooting victim Daniel Gerard Barden at St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church in Newtown, Conn., Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2012. According to f...

  • Written by The Atlanta Daily World
  • Category: Atlanta

HUD Reports Slight Decline in Nation's Homelessness in 2012

Homelessness decreased in Georgia

Homelessness in Georgia 2012 2011
Total homeless persons 20,516 20,975
Chronically Homeless 3016 3879
Homeless Veterans

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  • Written by The Atlanta Daily World
  • Category: Atlanta

Fulton County Board Reduces Water and Sewer Rates

The 2013 Fulton County Fulton County Board of Commissioners approved a new water and sewer budget last night that will include a 4 percent rate reduction for retail water and sewer customers.

As a result, Fulton County water and sewer customers will enjoy the lowest water and sewer rates in metro Atlanta, effective February 1, 2013.

  • Written by The Atlanta Daily World
  • Category: Atlanta