Inside Art aside Residents’ concerns, GDOT construction delay park COMMUNITY 2
Chopping block Proposed county cuts could be ‘devastating’ COMMUNITY 4
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Girls and guys get their groove on
Mission man Sen. Jim Tysinger: ‘A true collaborator’ COMMENTARY 6
Pope power Area Catholics share thoughts for new pontiff FAITH 16
Janis Jr.? Emotion is key in this guitarist’s songs STANDOUT STUDENT 18
Robert Eaves, back left, and daughter Sarah, front left, show off their smooth moves alongside Matthew Tillman, back right, and his daughter Zoe, front right, during the fourth annual FatherDaughter Dance at Woodland Elementary School on Feb. 9. More photos on page 3.
Achievement varies among superintendents BY DAN WHISENHUNT
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City Council blasts cell tower deregulation BY DAN WHISENHUNT
In the summer of 2011 three superintendents took over three of the largest school districts in the state – Atlanta Public Schools, DeKalb County Schools and Fulton County Schools. It hasn’t been an easy 18 months for any of them, but one superintendent has fared better than the others. DeKalb County Schools Superintendent Cheryl Atkinson is out the
City leaders say state legislators should scrap a bill that would erode the city’s ability to regulate cellphone towers and other antennas. During its Feb. 19 meeting, City Council unanimously approved a resolution opposing House Bill 176. The bill applies to all governments in Georgia.
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