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Average gas price drops a cent in Atlanta

The average price of regular retail gasoline has stabilized in the U.S. — for now, said an AAA spokeswoman.

International terminal to open in May

Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed announced a May 16 opening date for the Maynard H. Jackson Jr. International Terminal at Hartsfield-Jackson Airport on Tuesday.

Clayton Relay fund-raising for a cure

The event is months away but the American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life of Clayton County has already started its fund-raising initiative.

IRS: Refund scam targets seniors, families, church members

The Internal Revenue Service is alerting senior citizens and others to watch out for a federal tax refund scam, tempting victims to claim fraudulent refunds.

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Library system promoting early literacy in toddlers

The Clayton County Library System is providing free classes for parents who want to giving their toddlers a head start on pre-school and grade school.

Georgia’s jobless rate falls to 9.2 percent

Mark Butler, Georgia’s labor commissioner, recently announced that the state’s unemployment rate dropped for the sixth consecutive month in January, to 9.2 percent –– the lowest since March 2009, when unemployment was at 9.1 percent.

Average gas price increases 12 cents in Georgia

Crude oil almost $110 a barrel

Rising gas prices threaten the worldwide economic recovery, but that prices are expected to keep rising into spring and summer. Ongoing strains with Iran keep heightening fears of another war in the Middle East, driving oil prices to almost $110 a barrel, and increasing gas prices in the U.S.

Paradies Shops gets 7-year deal at Hartsfield-Jackson

The Paradies Shops’ new concessions will be located on Concourse E and the Maynard H. Jackson Jr. International Terminal at the airport.

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Former News Daily reporter releases religious book

Former Clayton News Daily education reporter Jacqueline Holness' book, entitled, “After the Altar Call: The Sisters’ Guide to Developing a Personal Relationship With God,” elaborates on a variety of issues some black women face, such as being married three times, being a famous Christian, or leaving the Jehovah’s Witnesses faith for mainstream Christianity.

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Air France Cargo returns to Hartsfield-Jackson

Atlanta mayor announces comeback during expo

Kasim Reed announced the return of Air France Cargo during the “Cargo Appreciation Day and Expo” on Thursday at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.

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