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  • 22 min ago | via WSB-TV 

    Funeral services announced for DeKalb officer killed...

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  • Yesterday | via 

    Betty Randle Thornburgh

    Betty Randle Thornburgh of Marietta, GA died December 12, 2018.; Betty is survived by Henry L. Thornburgh, Jr., her husband of 62 years; daughter, Mary L. Stockton ; sons, John R. Thornburgh and Timothy A. Thornburgh ; six grandchildren and one great grandson.


  • Thursday Dec 13 | via Pike County Journal and Reporter 

    Leon Mobley

    Mr. James Leon Mobley, age 65, of Concord, passed away December 11, 2018, at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta. He was born on September 27, 1953, son of the late Paul Mobley and Mildred Anglin Mobley.


  • Saturday Dec 8 | via The Daily News-Record 

    Ernest Muntzing

    Early will be deeply missed by everyone, especially his family; wife, Susanne Faber Muntzing; three children, Erin Richmond, Sarah Riggle and Lily Lancaster; two grandchildren, Simon and Nathan Richmond; and sisters, Elaine Lantz and Eleanor Collins. Since moving to Atlanta in the 1970s, Early balanced his time impressively between running a small business, being a loving father and granddaddy, a devoted husband, coaching soccer, and being an active community member.


  • Monday Dec 3 | via Pike County Journal and Reporter 

    Keith 'Hollywood' Redding

    Keith "Hollywood" Redding Mr. Gary Keith "Hollywood" Redding, age 58, of Griffin, passed away November 27, 2018. Keith grew up in Virginia Beach, VA, and worked in waste water management for over 30 years.


  • Thursday Nov 29 | via Brunswick News 

    Mary Jo Leary

    Mary Jo Farmer was born July 27, 1926, in Lexington, Ky., the daughter of James Farmer and Frances Ashbrook Farmer. She was the valedictorian of her graduating class from Harrison County High School.


  • Monday Nov 26 | via Athens Banner-Herald 

    Lewis Shropshire devoted himself to antique cars, At...

    Lewis Shropshire was an Athens man who engaged his activities with a passionate devotion, whether it was his job, fishing, collecting antique cars, jogging or service to his church, his friends recalled Monday. Shropshire, who also served a time on the Athens City Council, died Friday from injuries he received when he was struck by a car on Nov. 15 near his home while he was walking across Riverbend Parkway.


  • Friday Nov 23 | via The Herald-Gazette 

    Bennie James Akins

    Mr. Bennie James Akins, age 71 who resided at 121 Kayla Court, Griffin passed away on Tuesday, November 20 at his residence.


  • Tuesday Nov 20 | via 

    Funeral services announced for Atlanta City Council'...

    The Atlanta City Council today announced the details of services honoring District 3 Councilman Ivory Lee Young Jr., who died of cancer at 56 Friday.


  • Friday Nov 16 | via WSB-TV 

    Atlanta City Council Member Ivory Lee Young Jr. has ...

    "He would serenade his wife, sing her happy birthday from the council floor, letting everybody know he loved her," said city councilwoman and now Council President Felicia A. Moore. "He was always fun-loving and full of life."


  • Thursday Nov 15 | via Brunswick News 

    Robert Roebuck

    Robert Jackson Roebuck, 94, of Brunswick, Ga., entered peacefully into rest on Monday, Nov. 12, 2018, at Memorial Hospital in Jacksonville, Fla. Robert, affectionately known as "Bobby," was born June 11, 1924, in Atlanta, Ga., the son of the late Jack Leonard Roebuck and the late Lucy Matthews Roebuck.


  • Nov 14, 2018 | via Brunswick News 

    Linda Crandall

    She spent her early years there before moving to Marquette, Mich., where she attended Northern Michigan University and was recipient of a bachelor's degree. She began her career as a medical technologist, eventually relocating to Atlanta, Ga., where she worked for Emory University Medical Center, American Red Cross and St. Joseph's Hospital of Atlanta processing blood work and preparing blood to help provide care to patients in need.


  • Nov 7, 2018 | via WSB-TV 

    Bombshell documents name Catholic priests, deacons a...

    The Catholic archbishop of Atlanta has released bombshell documents naming over a dozen priests and other clergy in the Atlanta metro area accused of sexually abusing minors. Channel 2's Tom Regan went to the Cathedral of Christ the King in Buckhead, where three of the priests on the list once served at the most prominent church in the archdiocese.


  • Oct 22, 2018 | via Daily Tribune News 

    Cobb couple named CTC's Volunteer of Year

    A couple who turned the pain of losing a son into a desire to help college students pursue their career goals has been honored for their dedication. Chattahoochee Technical College recognized Alan and Claire Peterson of Cobb County for their 15 years of fundraising by presenting them with the 2018 Volunteer of the Year award Oct. 8 at the 15th annual Mike Peterson Memorial Golf Tournament at the Cartersville Country Club.


  • Oct 20, 2018 | via 

    Charles E. Gasaway

    With love, we remember the life of Charles E. Gasaway. Charles was a caring, loving and devoted husband, father and grandfather.