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ADOPT A PET: Meet Charlie

ADOPT A PET: Meet Charlie

ATLANTA - If you dream of coming home to a wet nose, wagging tail and tons of kisses (in addition to, perhaps, a half-chewed shoe or an overturned trashcan) adopt a puppy from your local Humane Society. According to the ASPCA, approximately 5 million to 7 million domesticated animals enter animal shelters nationwide, every year, and approximately 3 million to 4 million are euthanized. However, you can change those numbers by adopting a "companion" for yourself or for your family. Pets are an investment but, in our opinion, an investment well worth the money.

Charlie is amost a year old and she's Pit Bull/Lab mix. She is a puppy and is small, now, but she will probably get considerably larger. She’s looking for a “forever” home and wants someone who can train her and to give her enough attention so he can become a disciplined dog.

Mayor Kasim Reed, Gov. Nathan Deal and Comcast take steps to bridge the digital divide in Atlanta

Mayor Kasim Reed, Gov. Nathan Deal and Comcast take steps to bridge the digital divide in Atlanta

East Atlanta --  While America has increasingly become a digital nation, many low-income families are left at a great disadvantage because they don’t have Internet service at home. Internet Essentials has been designed to address this problem and help make broadband adoption a reality for more families. It addresses all three of the main barriers to broadband adoption that research has identified: 1) a lack of understanding of how the Internet is relevant and useful; 2) the cost of a home computer, and 3) the cost of Internet service.

Mayor Reed will host a press conference to kick off the Internet Essentials Program in Atlanta, a new initiative that helps provide internet connection to low-income families who have children receiving free school lunch as part of their enrollment in the National School Lunch Program (NSLP).

The Coupon Diva Class Discount for Teachers


August 13th 

The Coupon Diva’s 

Coupon Class



Want a realistic way to save money with coupons like you see on the Show? Learn to save 50% to 90% on your shopping trips. 


The Coupon Diva will Show you how to save money the right way.

Come play and create! $16 = 4 visit Open Play Time Pass at The Little Nook ($32 value)

Come play and create! $16 = 4 visit Open Play Time Pass at The Little Nook ($32 value)

Save 50% off and discover a magical new place to play with your little ones at The Little Nook in the heart of Buckhead.  CLICK HERE and pay only $16 for a 4 visit Open Play Time Pass ($32 value).


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50% OFF Six Flags during School Supply Drive "Bonus Week" Aug. 8-12

50% OFF Six Flags during School Supply Drive "Bonus Week" Aug. 8-12

Six Flags, GA --  Our friends at Six Flags and Atlanta Community Food Bank are teaming together to help families with kids receive the necessary school supplies needed to start the school year off right. For your contribution, you can enter in the park for 50% off next week. 

Enjoy a day of thrills and lend a helping hand as Six Flags Over Georgia hosts a School Supply Drive in partnership with Kids In Need, a project of the Atlanta Community Food Bank.  Park goers that donate six new school supplies will receive a coupon valid for 50% off park admission during a “Bonus Week” of operation, August 8-12.  

“Six Flags is always looking for ways to be involved in the community,” said Melinda Ashcraft, Park President.  “We could not think of a better way to say farewell to summer than by collecting school supplies for families that cannot afford these essentials for their children.”

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Dekalb Parks and Rec committees to meet and discuss greenspace acquisitions

DECATUR – The DeKalb Parks Bond Advisory Committee and Initiative for a Green DeKalb Advisory Council will meet Wednesday, Aug. 10 at 5:30 p.m. at Davidson-Arabia Mountain Nature Preserve, 3787 Klondike Road in Lithonia.

There will be an update on greenspace acquisitions and current Parks and Recreation projects.

For information regarding the meeting, please call 404-371-2082.

Weekend jackpots shine: $99M Mega; $180M Powerball

Weekend jackpots shine: $99M Mega; $180M Powerball

ATLANTA – Georgia Lottery players this weekend have a chance to hook large prizes from two healthy jackpots.

The Mega Millions jackpot for Friday is at a strong $99 million with a whopping $180 million Powerball jackpot up for grabs Saturday.

Tickets per play for both games are $1 with an additional $1 for the Mega Millions Megaplier and Power Play multiplier options.

Any lucky Mega Millions player who matches all five white ball numbers, along with the Mega Ball number, could win approximately $3.8 million a year for 26 years with the annuity option. Or a player could select the cash option and win a single payment worth approximately $66 million.

Since joining Powerball in 2010, two lucky winners from Georgia have won jackpot prizes.

Powerball offers two payment options: the jackpot prize paid over 29 years in 30 graduated payments or the cash option, which is approximately $100 million.