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Although most area fireworks shows were canceled this year, some individuals and neighborhoods provided their own fireworks for the July 4 holiday. Here is a photo of some fireworks from the LeMarr Heights neighborhood in Commerce.

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The Commerce City Council wants to amend its current zoning map to eliminate some inconsistencies, but the move is raising questions about locations where the current use wouldn't conform to the new zoning codes.

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The City of Nicholson has pushed back reopening its city hall after Gov. Brian Kemp extended a state public health emergency until August with COVID-19 cases spiking within Georgia.

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The City of Arcade re-opened its city park with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday, July 2. Mayor Doug Haynie and several city officials spoke and thanked and recognized businesses and locals who helped bring the vision of the new park design to reality.

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A subdivision planned for Jackson Trail Rd. got approval from the Jackson County Planning Commission  June 25, but with a different rezoning than had been requested.

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Long-time Jackson County poll-worker James White (left) was recently sworn in by Probate Judge Sherry Moore (right) as the newest member on the Jackson County Board of Elections. White was nominated by the county's Democratic Party to replace Theresa Tate, who died after serving over a decad…

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Georgia Power is offering a special payment plan to help customers with past-due account balances accumulated during the COVID-19 pandemic. Customers who enroll will be able to pay past-due balances over a six-month timeframe between October 2020 and March 2021 with no late fees.

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United Community Bank has announced they are reopening lobbies for select branches. United closed its lobbies on March 24 in response to CDC recommendations to limit the spread of COVID-19. Since that date, all branches have operated a drive-thru service model with appointment-only lobby service.

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The American Red Cross is testing all blood, platelet and plasma donations for COVID-19 antibodies, providing donors insight into whether they have been exposed to this coronavirus. This is being done for a limited time.

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Georgia Power recently announced that the typical residential customer using 1,000-kilowatt hours will receive an $11.29 credit on their June Georgia Power bill. This reflects implementation of a one-time $51.5 million credit for customers, approved by the Georgia Public Service Commission (…