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Career path for high school students unveiled in Conyers

A post-secondary education concept for the secondary level -- that what Georgia State Superintendent John Barge hopes House Bill 186 is for Georgia high schools.

Rockdale, Pratt reach aggrement on waste treatement costs

CONYERS -- The Rockdale County Board of Commissioners reached an agreement Monday with Pratt Industries to pay for costs relating to a 2010 outage at the Upflow Anaerobic Sludge Blanket (UASB) wastewater pre-treatment facility.

Rockdale, Pratt reach aggrement on waste treatement costs

The Rockdale County Board of Commissioners reached an agreement Monday with Pratt Industries to pay for costs relating to a 2010 outage at the Upflow Anaerobic Sludge Blanket (UASB) wastewater pre-treatment facility.

Rockdale approves first reading of $55.7 million budget

The Rockdale County Board of Commissioners has approved the first reading of a $55.7 million budget.

Rockdale looks at plan for new I-20 overpass

Rockdale County is renewing a design contract for another overpass over Interstate 20.

Basketball event to benefit shooting victims

A basketball event will be held to raise funds for a mother and daughter injured in a September shooting.

Turkey Trot 5K race to benefit Elks Aidmore

Elks Aidmore Children's Center will host its 13th annual Turkey Trot 5K run and 1 mile walk Saturday, Nov. 19, to raise funds for continuing its programs to assist youth and their families in crisis.

Rockdale Election Board members tossed out by judge

CONYERS -- Lynn Brown and Garvin Haynes were removed Friday from the county Board of Elections by Rockdale County Superior Court Judge Sidney Nation. Neither are eligible for reappointment to the board.

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KCRB putting focus on recycling

CONYERS -- Keep Conyers-Rockdale Beautiful is asking Rockdale residents to participate in the nationwide day of recycling drive.

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Teams across Rockdale kicks off Relay for Life 2012

CONYERS -- Relay for Life is gearing up for its 2012 campaign.

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