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Common Core supporters, critics spell out their stance at BOE hearing

Common Core, which critics have said “comes straight from Obama’s desk,” while supporters boast that it will raise standards, was easily the most discussed issue at the Buford Fine Arts Center. State Board of Education member Mike Royal hosted the discussion as he represents the seventh district that includes Gwinnett and south Forsyth County.

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GAB: Kistner legacy keeps on giving

The Community Foundation for Northeast Georgia has awarded the Jacqueline Casey Hudgens Center for the Arts a $20,000 grant through the Mary S. Kistener Endowment Fund.

Sports

Yates leads Falcons past Jaguars

Quarterback T.J. Yates threw two first-half touchdowns to lead the Atlanta Falcons past the Jacksonville Jaguars 24-14 in the teams’ final tune-up for the regular season on Thursday night at EverBank Field.

Sports

Tease photo

Minor, Bonifacio lead Braves past Mets, 6-1

Mike Minor carried a shutout into the eighth inning and Emilio Bonifacio collected four hits as visiting Atlanta won the rubber match of a three-game series, keeping pace in the National League wild-card race.

Sports

Preview: Wofford at Georgia Tech

Georgia Tech won 19 games in Paul Johnson’s first two years as head coach, but the Yellow Jackets have averaged just seven victories the past four seasons.

Living

Common Core supporters, critics spell out their stance at BOE hearing

Common Core, which critics have said “comes straight from Obama’s desk,” while supporters boast that it will raise standards, was easily the most discussed issue at the Buford Fine Arts Center. State Board of Education member Mike Royal hosted the discussion as he represents the seventh district that includes Gwinnett and south Forsyth County.

Living

GAB: Kistner legacy keeps on giving

The Community Foundation for Northeast Georgia has awarded the Jacqueline Casey Hudgens Center for the Arts a $20,000 grant through the Mary S. Kistener Endowment Fund.
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