Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School has raised $22.5 million to fund projects including a new 59,000-square foot building with math and science classrooms, a dining hall, a robotics lab and administrative space.
The 2014 ACT scores were released this week. More Georgia students are now taking the college admissions test: •50,697 of Georgia high school graduates, an estimated 53 percent of the 2014 graduating class, took the ACT.
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The bizarre dispute in Austell is simply one between a mechanic and a customer: Mechanic does $1,600 worth of work on a Volkswagen and says the customer won’t pay up; customer says the mechanic did the work without his OK and is now holding the car hostage.
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A federal judge sentenced Atlanta rapper Gucci Mane, whose real name is Radric Davis, to 39 months in prison and said he may have to limit his traveling to perform for three years after he serves his sentence on a firearms charge.