News for Monday, November 19, 2012


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Franklin, Shanteau among award-winners at Golden Goggles

Parkview grad wins award for work to fight cancer

Williams scores 14 in Hawks' win over Orlando

Al Horford scored 15 points and Lou Williams added 14 to lead the Atlanta Hawks past the Orlando Magic 82-72 on Monday night.

PREP ROUNDUP: Tucker's late shot leads Dacula past Collins Hill

A recap of Monday's high school sports events

GAC, Parkview girls to meet in hoops tourney finals

Spartans upset defending AA champion Lovett in semis of Parkview tourney

GAC boys bounce McEachern, reach finals of Parkview tourney

Spartans will meet Southwest DeKalb in Tuesday night's championship game

Bulldogs fall to top-ranked Indiana

UGA goes down in semifinals of Progressive Legends Classic

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Falcons still have flaw despite strong start

Smith knows team has been fortunate to be sitting at 9-1

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Gwinnett teams battle each other in playoffs

Gwinnett had nine teams advance to the second round of the state playoffs.

Grayson tables vacant property registration indefinitely

Staff Correspondent. GRAYSON -- The Grayson City Council has decided that it's more trouble than it's worth to enact a vacant property registration ordinance.. "This has become a non-issue," Mayor Jim Hinkle said. The council decided Monday night to table the matter indefinitely.. The ordinance was discussed at

Parkview grad Brettschneider waived by Revolution

Parkview grad Blake Brettschneider was waived by the New England Revolution of Major League Soccer, the team announced Monday.

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Lawsuit filed over chamber funding

A government watchdog made the first move Monday in a lawsuit alleging misappropriation of government funds from the county commission and school board.

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Tripp to move to new hospital

The Winder todder injured last month by a tree limb is expected to move to a different hospital on Tuesday.

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Cops: Lawrenceville mom DUI with child in car

Ashly Lashay Brown, of Lawrenceville, reportedly blew a 0.193 during DUI arrest, more than twice the legal blood-alcohol content

New app upgrades traffic info system

Georgia NaviGAtor system partners with Waze to upgrade traveler information system.

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North's Stinson, Hebron lead all-county volleyball honors

Coaches select county's best in volleyball for the 2012 season

GAC's Bendickson named state coach of the year

Coach led Spartans to first state championship earlier this year

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Phillip Phillips to appear at Mall of Georgia

The singer will perform tunes from his album "The World from the Side of the Moon" and sign copies of CDs.

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Silverbacks launch fan contest for new logo

After letting fans decide the 2012 team's jersey design and whether to rename the club, the Atlanta Silverbacks have announced a fan contest to design a new logo.

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Richt, Muschamp Coach-of-the-year semi-finalists

University of Georgia Head Coach Mark Richt and University of Florida Head Coach Will Muschamp are among 16 semi-finalists for the Maxwell Football Club's Coach-of-the-Year award.

UGA baseball player arrested for underage drinking

A freshman outfielder and pitcher for the University of Georgia baseball team has been arrested on charges of public intoxication and underage possession of alcohol.

Lilburn woman saves cat from burning home

Firefighters rescue second feline from blaze on the 1000 block of Park Forest Drive in Lilburn

Overnight house fire in Duluth ruled arson

Blaze occured at about 2:15 a.m. Monday on the 2700 block of Cardinal Lake Circle

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Ga. Tech claims spot in ACC title game

A team that was routed at home by Middle Tennessee and fired its defensive coordinator at midseason will get a chance to play for a BCS bowl bid.