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Keri Hilson will always be a pretty girl who rocks

Keri Hilson will always be a pretty girl who rocks

ATLANTA -- It’s been almost four years since we’ve heard any new music from Keri Hilson, but she doesn’t seem to be making any apologies for taking her time to create a new album.

Instead she teases her Keri Krew on Instagram by posting a photo of a song she recorded on her iPhone voice memo, titled "I Can’t Love You (No More)." In between working on a new album Keri seems to be enjoying life with her boyfriend, NBA player, Serge Ibaka; hanging out with friends; and cooking.

There’s no doubt we want Miss Keri to hit us with a new catchy song, but we love how she always lives out her pretty girl empowerment anthem, showing the world she’s more than a pretty face–she’s got skills.

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Fulton County Cooperative Extension seeking 4-H mentors

Fulton County Cooperative Extension seeking 4-H mentors

FULTON COUNTY, Ga. -- Fulton County Cooperative Extension is seeking adults interested in becoming a mentor to make a difference in the life of a child enrolled in 4-H. The mission of Georgia 4-H is to assist youth in acquiring knowledge, developing life skills, and forming attitudes that will enable them to become self-directing, productive and contributing members of society.

“4-H has a long, established history of making a positive impact in the lives of young people,” said Menia Chester, Director of Fulton County Cooperative Extension. “A lot is expected of our mentors because we believe the mentors receive a lot from helping young people chart their own course, explore important issues and define their place in the world.”

ASO president Stanley Romanstein resigns


ATLANTA (WXIA) -- The board of directors of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra says Stanley Romanstein has resigned as president and CEO.

His resignation comes as orchestra players continue to a labor dispute over their contract.

The previous collective bargaining agreement between the ASO and the players expired September 6. Last week, the ASO cancelled concerts through November 8.

Plant a fall vegetable garden rich with super-foods

Plant a fall vegetable garden rich with super-foods

FULTON COUNTY, Ga. -- Fall is the ideal time to plant a super-food fall vegetable garden. The following gardening tips are provided by Rolando Orellana, Fulton County ANR Extension Agent:

Home vegetable gardeners in Fulton County have lots of great choices for growing their own vegetables in the fall.  Many of the so-called super-foods such as kale, collards and spinach are ideal cool season vegetables for September planting.  Just follow these simple suggestions and you can have a productive garden with healthful and tasty veggies for the months to come.

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Brian Frank among 'Best of Best' at Barron’s Top Advisors Summit

Brian Frank among 'Best of Best' at Barron’s Top Advisors Summit

ATLANTA -- Brian Frank, Managing Director, was one of several hundred financial advisors who were selected by their firms to attend the 10th annual Barron’s Top Financial Advisors Summit, hosted by Barron’s magazine to promote best practices in the industry and the value of advice to the investing public.

The invitation-only conference was held at the Waldorf-Astoria, September 8-10, in Orlando, Fla.

This exclusive conference is designed to promote best practices and generate new ideas across the industry.  Participants attended workshops, led by the Top 100 Financial Advisors that explored current issues ranging from business development ideas through managing high-net-worth accounts and family relationships to portfolio management and retirement planning.

Fulton County Youth Commission to kick off Can-Paign food drive

Fulton County Youth Commission to kick off Can-Paign food drive

FULTON COUNTY, Ga. -- Fulton County Youth Commissioners will kick off their sixth “Can-Paign to Fight Hunger” on Monday, Oct. 6 to help feed hungry adults and children.

The campaign, in partnership with the Atlanta Community Food Bank (ACFB) has a goal of filling 50 barrels of non-perishable food by Nov. 7. Each barrel holds enough food to feed an average of 285 families, totaling over 14,250 individuals.

The continuing partnership with the ACFB focuses on the need to fill overwhelming gaps in food security for adults, seniors and/or families whose heads of households are unemployed, underemployed or living on fixed incomes that do not meet all of their economic needs.

The ACFB Hunger in America Study reports the following:

• Among all ACFB clients, 27 percent are children under age 18 and 19 percent are seniors age 60 and older.

3 men crash car, swim through sewer water to escape


ATLANTA -- Atlanta Police were searching for three men after an unusual escape.

An officer patrolling the area near 17th Street and Howell Mill Rd. passed a car driving without headlights. The officer turned around and pulled the car over. While he was running the tag, the car took off.

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The driver of the car lost control and crashed through a fence and flipped into the water treatment pond. The car was half-submerged in water, nose-down in 15-feet of treatment water.