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A video recap of Patch's top headlines of the week for July 9-13, 2012.
City Working To 'Turn The Tide Of Violence' At Tech.
Tragedy Averted As Large Tree Falls In Midtown.
Crews Work To Remove Downed Trees.
Pro-, Anti-Cityhood Groups Debate Brookhaven Incorporation.
Senate Candidates Agree On Issues, Not How To Solve Them.
APS Board Approves Drew High School Plan.
Stone Mountain Approves Property Tax Hike.
Ruling: District 81 House Candidate Can Remain On Ballot.
Harriet Ross Tubman Day In Atlanta.
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