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Sandy Springs revokes registration for 38 alarm companies

The city of Sandy Springs has revoked the registration of 38 alarm companies operating within the city due to delinquent payment of fines for ... and if they get cut off, and I hit the duress code but... read more

Warner Robins launches ‘CryWolf’ crackdown on false alarms

Fees steadily increase up to 10 false alarms. At the 11th false alarm, police will not respond to an alarm without verification from the alarm company or owner that it was set off as a result ... Faye... read more

School shooting survivors united by a chain of grief — and hard lessons passed on

But “when the fire alarm goes off ... pay it forward as others join their tearful club. After 26 were killed during a Sunday church service in Sutherland Springs, Texas, Hockley tweeted a note of cond... read more

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Blue Springs State Park first hiking trail officially opens

“The Magnolia Trail is another wonderful example of how partnerships pay off for our state parks system ... is proud of this enhancement of Blue Springs State Park.” Blankenship was joined at the ribb... read more

Grand Jury Finds Insufficient Evidence Of Any Criminal Wrongdoing In Jail Explosion

A maintenance employee located what he thought was a leak at a propane tank farm located north of the facility. He cut off a valve which he believed stopped the leak. But reading taken from the tanks ... read more

Sandy Springs to cut ribbon on new City Hall May 7

May 7 at 9 a.m., the mayor and city council members will cut the ribbon to officially open the Sandy Springs City Hall, located at City Springs, 1 Galambos Way. The community is invited to join in the ... read more

Sandra Fluke to introduce Obama in Denver

The share of Americans who’ve been out of work a long time — now at 42% of the unemployed — is the highest since the Great Depression (source: Labor Department). The proportion of the civilian working ... read more

Heads up: Statue of Liberty's crown reopens after a year (but it's sold out until 2013)

Advance tickets to the crown have been booked until the end of 2012 and a New York City spokeswoman warned visitors to book well in advance, rather than just turning up on the day. David Luchsinger, s... read more

Okla. Tree Removal Company Helping On Long Island Reports Threats, Vandalism

An Oklahoma tree cutter who came to Long Island to help with superstorm Sandy clean-up said he has been threatened and sabotaged by vandals. Paul Nosak, the owner of a tree removal company, said for t... read more

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