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Past articles by Sandra:

Bipartisan bill aims to build on 2022 effort to boost Georgia’s mental health care

Speaker John Burns says the credit for last year’s mental health reform goes to the late Speaker, David Ralston. → Read More

Iconic BBQ joint in East Ellijay to close

An icon is closing in North Georgia that has been a stop for political candidates for more than three decades. → Read More

Family of former Braves mascot asking for help

Former Braves mascot Chief Noc-A-Homa has GoFundMe set up by daughter → Read More

Watch out! Snake populations are at their highest this time of year

If you’re scared of snakes, be prepared for their populations to be at their highest right now. → Read More

Russian-speaking church in Gwinnett takes in Ukrainian refugees

Their numbers may be few, but their hearts are enormous. The small Russian-speaking church, House of Prayer, located in Lilburn, has taken in nine families totaling 43 people who have escaped the war in Ukraine. → Read More

Braves’ biggest fan hoping for another World Series Championship

One of the oldest and maybe biggest Braves fans will be watching as the World Series again comes to Atlanta. → Read More

Lost woman credits deputies for finding her in North Georgia mountains

A woman who became lost in the North Georgia mountains this week credits Pickens County sheriff’s deputies with saving her life. → Read More

11th annual Georgia Pre-K week underway

It’s a big week for Georgia’s Pre-K program. Started in 1992 thanks to then Gov. Zell Miller and the Georgia Lottery, the program celebrates its 11th annual Pre-K Week which encourages federal, state, and local leaders to engage with Pre-K classrooms in their communities. → Read More

Violent attacks against healthcare workers surge during pandemic

State lawmakers are taking a look at an alarming number of violent attacks against healthcare workers in Georgia since the pandemic began. → Read More

No decision on North Point rezoning in East Cobb

Cobb County commissioners again postpone a rezoning decision that could pave the way for a massive mixed-use development at the busy intersection at Shallowford and Johnson Ferry Roads. → Read More

Cobb Community Food Fleet ends after 15 months

A food distribution center that started because of the pandemic last year has given out its last pallets of food. → Read More

DNA solves nearly 50-year-old Gwinnett cold case

The Gwinnett County Police Department has solved a nearly 50-year-old cold case thanks to new technologies with DNA. → Read More

Survivor of Dunwoody apartment explosion recounts ordeal

As the investigation continues into an explosion at a Dunwoody apartment complex Sunday, plumbers returned to the Arrive Perimeter Apartments to check for more gas leaks around the complex. → Read More

Gwinnett Schools keeps full accreditation

Gwinnett County Schools holds onto its full accreditation for now. → Read More

Cobb schools review process questioned by those interviewed

As the Cobb County school district awaits word on its accreditation, some of those interviewed for the process are concerned it may not turn out well for the district. → Read More

Gwinnett Solicitor tries to stop Georgia’s new voting law

Gwinnett County Solicitor General Brian Whiteside has filed a complaint in U.S. District Court in Atlanta to try to stop Georgia’s new voting law from taking effect before the next election. → Read More

Cobb County prepared for new surge of COVID cases

Cobb County is well prepared for this latest surge of COVID cases. → Read More

Clayton County officer’s kind deed goes viral – 95.5 WSB

A social media post about a Clayton County Police officer who went above and beyond to comfort a mother who recently lost her daughter to violence has gone viral. → Read More

Decatur boy plays trumpet for hospital workers

A 12-year-old Decatur boy is using his music to thank healthcare workers at a nearby hospital for all they’re doing to fight COVID-19. Nearly every night for the past month, Jason Zgonc has been playing his trumpet at shift-change at Emory Decatur Hospital. He’s only missed a couple of nights, so far, due to weather. Karen Zgonc Jason Zgonc outside Emory Decatur Hospital. Close Decatur boy plays… → Read More

Local butchers and meat processors becoming popular during pandemic

With grocery stores and even Costco now limiting the amount of meat customers can buy, many people are now turning to local butchers and meat processors. Angela Haas and her husband live just up the road from Findley’s Butcher Shop in Cartersville. They have been regulars who like to buy local. “It’s been really convenient to know we can come here any time and it’s been really nice with the… → Read More