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Government, Police & Fire
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The Atlanta Police Department main zone precincts will accept unwanted, unused or expired prescription drugs between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. April 27.
Soaking rains and heavy winds apparently gave the final push to a massive old tree at the corner of Rosewood and Bellevue in Virginia-Highland. No injuries have been reported. Do you have fallen tree or storm damage pix? Share them on Patch.
Police & Fire
The Midtown Ponce Security Alliance takes a closer look at robbery trends in and around the nonprofit neighborhood group's service area, which includes Grady High School.
Police are asking for your help in finding this person of interest.
The total number of accidents over the long holiday weekend was higher than last year.
Georgia State Patrol troopers investigated 685 crashes with 300 injuries.
Police & Fire, Schools
What, if anything, will you say to your children about Friday's mass killings at a Newtown, Conn., elementary school?
The Atlanta Police Department’s H.E.A.T. Unit is developing and implementing strategies using traffic enforcement and education to reduce crashes, injuries, and fatalities from drugs and alcohol, speed and aggressive driving.
The Atlanta Fire Foundation honored valiant men and women at a "Breakfast with our Bravest" earlier this month. The annual event recognizes sacrifices and efforts of local first-responders and fire-rescue initiatives
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