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Celebration of Captain Herb Emory's life set for Saturday

ajc.com — A celebration of Captain Herb Emory 's life will be held Saturday morning at Johnson Ferry Baptist Church in east Cobb. The public is invited to the 10 a.m. to noon celebration. The church is at 955 Johnson Ferry Road near Lower Roswell Road.

Atlanta, Blank welcome MLS

ajc.com — The Atlanta Journal-Constitution UPDATED POST at 5 p.m.: Atlanta has its MLS team. League commissioner Don Garber, Falcons owner Arthur Blank, mayor Kasim Reed and others officially announced that Atlanta will be the 22nd team in MLS on Wednesday downtown amidst a parade-like atmosphere.

It's official - Atlanta will get the next MLS Team

ajc.com — MLS commissioner Don Garber announced that Atlanta will be home to the 22nd MLS team on April 16, 2014.

NCR eyes new incentives for Midtown move

ajc.com — The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Financial technology giant NCR considered asking Georgia Tech's foundation to spend as much as $30 million to buy land for a new corporate campus near the school that would house as many as 4,000 employees, according to documents obtained by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
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VIDEO: QB Aaron Murray after his UGA Pro Day session

atlantafalcons.blog.ajc.com — By D. Orlando Ledbetter Georgia record-setting quarterback Aaron Murray, who didn't wear shoulder pads nor a helmet, move fluidly through his Pro Day work out just five months after knee surgery on Wednesday. He completed 47 of 54 passes.

‘American Idol’ top 7 performance recap

radiotvtalk.blog.ajc.com — This is the holding spot for tonight's top 7 performance recap where contestants get to pick songs for other contestants. At least that's the theme. Each will have a list of six songs from the other six contestants. Hopefully, we'll get to see them.

Atlanta lands MLS expansion team for 2017

ajc.com — By PAUL NEWBERRY The Associated Press ATLANTA - Major League Soccer announced its newest team Wednesday, unveiling an expansion team for Atlanta that will begin play in 2017 at the city's new retractable roof stadium. The team will be owned by Arthur Blank, who also owns the NFL's Atlanta Falcons.

Docs: NCR eyes incentives for Midtown campus

ajc.com — The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Financial technology giant NCR considered asking Georgia Tech's foundation to spend as much as $30 million to buy land for a new corporate campus near the school that would house as many as 4,000 employees, according to documents obtained by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

Sprouts Farmers Market to open 4 metro locations, hire 500

ajc.com — The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Phoenix-based Sprouts Farmers Market plans to enter metro Atlanta with four locations and hire 500 full- and part-time employees. The stores will be in Snellville, Dunwoody, Norcross and Johns Creek.

AJC Live360: Braves Mailbag brought to you by Verizon

ajc.com — AJC Live360: Braves Mailbag brought to you by Verizon Every week of the 2014 regular season, AJC Braves beat writers will answer your questions on the team and prospects.
Join us tomorrow at 11:30AM ET for an @ajc Live360: #Braves Mailbag brought to you by Verizon: on-ajc.com/1j00jmb

Kimbrel reports no shoulder soreness in bullpen session

ajc.com — The Atlanta Journal-Constitution PHILADELPHIA - The Braves could breathe a little easier Wednesday afternoon when closer Craig Kimbrel reported no discomfort in his pitching shoulder during a 15-pitch bullpen session at Citizens Bank Park. The National League saves leader was held out of Monday's series opener against the Phillies due to soreness in the shoulder in his most recent appearance Saturday.
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Hawks open playoffs Saturday

ajc.com — The Atlanta Journal-Constitution The Hawks will open their first-round playoff series at the Pacers on Saturday, the NBA announced Wednesday. The game time has not been set and will air on ESPN. There are three other series, which have yet to be determined, that will begin Saturday.

Ending a drought of successful black candidates in Georgia

politics.blog.ajc.com — By Jim Galloway A dozen years have passed since an African-American won a statewide, partisan election in Georgia. And truth be told, the real drought has lasted much longer.
The 2014 school superintendent race could be Ga.'s best chance of ending a drought of successful black statewide… wp.me/p3Xdqv-Hq

Report: Braves office receives racist emails toward Hank Aaron

ajc.com — A week after the 40-year anniversary of his historic home run No. 715, Hank Aaron continues to be the subject of racist hate mail, according to a national newspaper. "Sheer racism, exposed in vile letters directed to Hall of Famer Hank Aaron, have poured into the Atlanta Braves offices over the past week," USA Today reported late Tuesday.

Michael Graham added to All News 106.7 from 9 to noon

radiotvtalk.blog.ajc.com — By Rodney Ho All News 106.7 continues to whittle away the "news" part of its operation, becoming more like a news/talk/sports hybrid with the addition of former New England talk show host Michael Graham from 9 to noon. Graham posted the news on his website today.
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