UPDATE: The AJC is reporting the Republican contest for school superintendent remains undecided the morning after the election as Richard Woods holds a slim -- around 1 percent -- lead over Mike Buck, which means a recount will likely be held.
A fraction of DeKalb County voters turned out to reduce the influence of Gov. Nathan Deal on the local school board, with unofficial election results Tuesday showing a couple of his appointees trailing in the polls.
When Katrell Christie learned of India’s throwaway girls, she decided to make a difference. An impromptu trip to India inspired the tea shop owner to house and educate the country’s displaced young women.
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Among a trove of new Carson McCullers-related archives that includes letters, telegrams, snapshots, tape recordings, birthday cards, menus and a bill for the pink roses that blanketed the author’s coffin, is an astonishing acquisition: a dozen or so transcripts of McCullers’ therapy sessions with her former psychiatrist, Mary Mercer.
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