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Ball Ground rocks the park with concerts this summer

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    Performances by Owl Creek Band, Drive Wire, Thomas Fountain, and Stage Fright will take place over the next few months on this stage in City Park in Ball Ground.

By Larry Cavender
Contributing writer
     The City of Ball Ground has a full slate of events planned for family fun scheduled for this summer and fall, with the first event to be held this Saturday, June 13th when the first "Movie in the Park" will be shown.

GDOT crews filling potholes on Hwy. 53 Business

DOT-workWednesday, June 3, Georgia DOT crews at the intersection of Main Street and Highway 53 Business fill a pothole midday. 
    Over the next few weeks motorists can expect to see Georgia DOT equipment along the stretch of Highway 53 (SR 53 Business) between Main Street and Mary Street in Jasper, where a GDOT crew will fill nearly two dozen potholes.

Deal: May revenues up 3.1 percent

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    Gov. Nathan Deal announced today that Georgia’s net tax revenue for May 2015 totaled $1.43 billion, which was an increase of nearly $43.3 million, or 3.1 percent, over May 2014. Year-to-date, net tax revenue collections totaled $17.21 billion, for an increase of $1.09 billion, or 6.8 percent, compared to the previous fiscal year, when net tax revenues totaled $16.12 billion through 11 months. Year-to-date gross tax

STEM Expo at Ball Ground Elementary

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Kindergarteners Addilynn Jones, Muhammad Brown, and Sarah Vliet, compete at the recent STEM Expo held at Ball Ground Elementary School.

 

By Larry Cavender

Contributing Writer

     Before the conclusion of the 2014 - 2015 academic school year, Ball Ground Elementary School, or STEM Academy, capped the year with two big events that highlighted science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.