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Blessed Trinity High School is located in Roswell, Georgia. This Catholic school was established in 1999 with beautiful campus full of tradition and school spirit is also home to the mighty Titans....
St. Pius Catholic High School first opened its doors in September of 1958 equipped with only a few classes and just enough desks and chairs to contain 400 students. Over 50 years later St. Pius has...
Atlanta Falcon’s Fullback Ovie Mughelli is not just a friend and supporter Georgia Public Broadcasting, he is also a major advocate of a healthy environment that promotes healthy kids. Mughelli is...
Marching band is defined as a physical activity in which a group of instrumental musicians generally perform outdoors and incorporate some type of marching and dancing with their musical performance...
As high school athletes gear up for their spring and summer sports such as baseball, lacrosse, and football, it is very important to learn how to manage the heat to ensure a successful and safe...
Social Circle Is Latest Georgia City To Receive Influx Of Manufacturing Jobs, Investment
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Examine The Power of Art and Human Creativity Across Cultures With Civilizations, Premiering Tuesday, April 17