There was plenty of news across Georgia on Monday. If you missed any of it on your local Patch, here's a roundup of the top stories from the past 24 hours.
- South Cobb Grad Drafted By Hawks Talon For 2020 2K League Season
- How To Revise Your Emergency Plan Amid The Coronavirus Pandemic
- Curfew Ends In Atlanta, Protests Continue In GA
Johns Creek Police Chief Chris Byers posted online Sunday that he doesn't support Black Lives Matter because it "glorifies" killing police.
The real battle in Georgia's primary will be for control of Congress, with the presidential candidates a foregone conclusion.
With more than 544,000 tests administered for the coronavirus, Georgia's positive rate is 10 percent. A week ago, it was 9 percent.
Gov. Kemp touts 2.8K coronavirus recoveries in care centers; state has seen 1.1K deaths in long-term care facilities.
Fulton Superintendent Mike Looney wrote a letter to students asking them to commit to treating peers and teachers with dignity and respect.
The Georgia Aquarium and Six Flags Over Georgia will reopen mid-June with some restrictions.
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Also Worth A Look Today:
- July 4th Plans Announced By City Of Woodstock
- Drive-in Concert Experience Set For Friday At Avalon
- Top 10 In 10 Cherokee County Young Professionals Named
- July 4th Activities To Be Held By City Of Cumming
- Sandy Springs Event Named Top 20 By Southeast Tourism Society
- Watch Now: Press Secretary McEnany Holds A Briefing Monday
- White North Carolina Cops Wash Black Demonstrators' Feet
- James Bennet, New York Times Op-Ed Editor, Resigns Over Backlash
- Watch Again: 'Dear Class Of 2020' Graduation Event