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 Air Lines announced that flights from Atlanta to ten airports will be temporarily suspended due to the coronavirus.
A person was hit by a train and killed Tuesday morning near the Brookhaven station.
The YMCA on Jones Bridge Road will reopen Friday on a limited basis. Be sure to bring a face mask.
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.
Gov. Kemp extended the closure of all bars, nightclubs and live event venues through May 31, along with new restaurant guidelines.
- Roswell Graduating Senior Tapped As Georgia Scholar
- Sandy Springs Graduating Senior Tapped As Georgia Scholar
- Forsyth County Graduating Seniors Tapped As Georgia Scholars
- 15 Cherokee County Seniors Tapped As Georgia Scholars
- Six Grayson High School Graduating Seniors Named Georgia Scholars
- 39 Gwinnett Graduating Seniors Honored as 2020 2020 Georgia Scholars
- Two Dacula High School Graduating Seniors Named Georgia Scholars
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Also Worth A Look Today:
- Douglas County Libraries Back In Business With Curbside Pickup
- North Fulton, Forsyth Chambers Launch Virtual Job Fair Series
- Milton To Open 'Active' Parts Of City Parks This Weekend
- Check Water Release Schedule Before Entering Chattahoochee River
- Cherokee Student Film Festival Winners Announced
- More Wi-Fi Rangers To Give Students Better Internet Access
- SWAT Team Intervenes, Adairsville Man Arrested Without Incident
- GA Coronavirus Update: Over 800 New Cases
- 'Hamilton' Movie Coming To Disney Plus On July 3
- Anti-Semitic Incidents Reach 40-Year High: Anti-Defamation League
- U.S. Coronavirus Blog: Fauci Issues New Warning; Deaths Pass 81K
- Fauci Warns Of 'Serious Consequences' If States Open Too Soon
- Dems' New $3T Virus Bill Boosts State Aid, Essential Workers