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The Neighborhood Files
One human rights activist wants to hold a sit-in at Mulligan's Food and Spirits, which has long been known for its controversial and some say "racist" signs.
The restaurant has made headlines for posting signs that others called racist.
Elections, The Neighborhood Files
Now that both wives of the presidential candidates have delivered speeches at their respective conventions, who do you feel did the best job?
Robert Hightower, who died at 78 on Tuesday, will be remembered at Roswell Street Baptist Church.
Back to School
With school districts across the metro area now officially back-to-school, we begin a series of weekly questions, which, today, is focused on the subject of spending.
Voters will head to the polls in November and decide if the state can override local school boards and create charter schools.
Voters are encouraged to check out the sample ballots before requesting their ballots at the polls.
Government, Local Connections, Awareness
Voters have rejected TSPLOST, but traffic congestion is still a major problem in Cobb and Metro Atlanta.
Although turnout has been slow throughout the county, many Cobb voters said they wanted to make sure they cast their votes for or against TSPLOST.
Find out what Cobb Chairman candidate Mike Boyce has to say about the most pressing issues in Cobb County.
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