Three key city employees have submitted their resignations, leaving Porterdale officials with a daunting task of finding people to keep the city operating in an ongoing financial crisis.
- Seattle police chief announces tighter policy for prosecuting vandalism
- YouTube star Jojo Siwa opens up about her sexuality
- She was murdered for catching an Indian priest and nun in a sex act. Three decades later, justice is served
- TC Energy suspends Keystone XL following executive order vacating its presidential permit
- 33 missing children found in anti-human trafficking operation in Southern California
- Newton's new coroner complains about lack of funding, supplies
- Boil water advisory in effect for south Rockdale
- Gwinnett County Police: Duluth teen allegedly stole nearly $1 million from Kroger where he worked
- Covington teens charged after being caught in stolen car with guns and drugs
- Missing child found safe Friday night in Newton County
- Three Newton commissioners stall fire station bond, seek funding for parks, aquatic center
- Parler's website is back online with a brief message to 'lovers and haters'
- Requested bond projects in Newton outlined
- Traci Ralston
- Commissioner Edwards: County-wide safety at issue in bond delay
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