There was plenty of news across Georgia on Friday. If you missed any of it on your local Patch, here's a roundup of the top stories from the past 24 hours.
Marjorie Greene previously released a campaign video that showed her shooting an AR-15 at a sign that read "socialism."
The three young adults — one from Lawrenceville, one from Dacula and one from Duluth — were charged with first-degree arson.
Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan created a $2M GoFundMe "to help improve the community for people of color in the city of Atlanta."
Georgia's voters have cast more than 1 million ballots as the June 9 statewide elections approach.
Bankrupt retailer JCPenney is shuttering 154 stores across the country, including 7 in Georgia. Here's the list.
This $15.5 million home in Gainesville sits on 446 acres, and offers a movie theater, luxury car facility, and a river with waterfalls.
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