Cobb Prosecutor To Oversee Fatal Ahmaud Arbery Shooting: Patch PM

Kathleen Sturgeon

There was plenty of news across Georgia on Tuesday. If you missed any of it on your local Patch, here's a roundup of the top stories from the past 24 hours.

Delta Will Suspend Flights To 10 Airports Until The Fall

Delta Air Lines announced that flights from Atlanta to ten airports will be temporarily suspended due to the coronavirus.

MARTA Shuts Off Rail Power After Trespasser Hit And Killed

A person was hit by a train and killed Tuesday morning near the Brookhaven station.

Peachtree Corners, Other YMCAs Reopen Fridays On Limited Basis

The YMCA on Jones Bridge Road will reopen Friday on a limited basis. Be sure to bring a face mask.

Ahmaud Arbery: Fourth Prosecutor Assigned By GA Attorney General

The fourth GA prosecutor assigned to the Ahmaud Arbery murder case is from Cobb County. A father and son are charged in the shooting death.

Reopening Georgia: Bar Ban Extended, New Restaurant Guidelines

Gov. Kemp extended the closure of all bars, nightclubs and live event venues through May 31, along with new restaurant guidelines.

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This article originally appeared on the Marietta Patch