Tuesday, November 11, 2008

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DeKalb may fall $40 million short
Crumbling buildings. New parkland but not enough money to maintain it. Inadequate staffing. Those are among the problems cited by DeKalb County officials in briefing memos as the next chief executive officer prepares to take over. Discuss
Clayton schools face job freeze

King Tut, Terracotta Army converge on Atlanta
Starting next weekend, Atlanta is the only place on Earth to come face to face with two of the greatest archaeological discoveries of the 20th century: the tombs of Egyptian King Tutankhamun and China's first emperor, Qin Shihuangdi.

Attorneys want James Brown trustees out
Court-appointed trustees Adele Pope and Robert Buchanan, who are attorneys in South Carolina, should be replaced by someone with the legal and accounting expertise needed to deal with the late entertainers, according to attorneys pushing a long-awaited settlement in the case.

PTC girl critical after golf cart accident
Peachtree City police said the girl, who was not identified, was injured about 11:50 p.m. after falling off the front bumper of a moving 2008 Club Car inside Smokerise subdivision in the southwest metro town.
3 teens killed in 2 incidents

Dalton vet, disfigured in war, now a soap star
Last summer, the executive producer of the ABC daytime drama "All My Children," decided to cast a real-life vet in a recurring role. The show hired Iraq war veteran JR Martinez, who has toured the country as a motivational speaker.
Veterans Day events

Obama, Bush meet at White House
The Bushes welcomed the Obamas to the White House on Monday, visiting for nearly two hours and offering the nation a glimpse of a new first family at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
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Circuit City seeks bankruptcy
Under Chapter 11 protection, the nation's second-biggest electronics retailer can keep operating while it develops a reorganization plan. Its Canadian operations also filed for similar protection.

UPS, FedEx battle heats up
The near-term goal of Sandy Springs-based UPS is to turn DHL's customers toward Big Brown - and away from No. 2 FedEx, based in Memphis, or the No. 3 U.S. Postal Service.

'Suspect' in Hudson killings remains jailed
An Illinois parole review official has refused to release the convicted felon questioned in the killings of entertainer Jennifer Hudson's mother, brother and nephew, after a witness reported seeing him with a gun similar to the one used in the slayings.

Protests decry California gay marriage ban
About 300 gay-rights advocates fanned out along sidewalks leading to an Orange County megachurch to voice their anger at the church's support of a state constitutional amendment approved by voters that bans same-sex marriages.

World's ugliest dog dies after battle with cancer
Gus, a one-eyed, three-legged dog that won the title of world's ugliest pooch this summer, has died. The Chinese crested dog had cancer. He was 9.

Brian McCann slims down, stays busy
The Braves All Star catcher showed up for the grand opening of his father's new Windward Baseball Academy facility in Alpharetta on Saturday looking slim and trim.

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