Wednesday, July 3, 2013

First Slice 7/3/13: Dozens charged with allegedly abusing elderly patients at Alzheimer's care center

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An estimated $2 billion in investments along a five-mile portion of Northside Drive may help breathe life into the bustling thoroughfare.

Atlanta Police have released yet another smash-and-grab robbery video, this time at the Swiss Watch Expo on Peachtree Road.

Michael Lake, a mentally ill Smryna resident, has sat in Cobb County jail for the past 19 months without bond. The reasons why have sparked a bit of a debate.

Twenty-one individuals were arrested and charged yesterday with allegedly abusing 27 patients at an Alzheimer's care center in Commerce, Georgia.

Construction bids for a I-75 toll lane south of Atlanta have surpassed the Georgia Department of Transportation's initial expectations by more than $26 million.

ICYMI: Family Dollar's parent company could help Morris Brown College out of bankruptcy with a $20 million plan.

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