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New poll shows Georgia governor, Senate races neck-and-neck — By Daniel Malloy Republican Gov. Nathan Deal and Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Michelle Nunn have slight leads in their respective races within the margin of error of a new statewide poll out today, commissioned by Columbus-area news outlets. The key findings for governor: - Deal: 43.6 percent - Democrat Jason Carter: 41.5 percent - Libertarian Andrew Hunt: 6.6 percent For U.S.

Falcons’ official depth chart released for Saints game — By D. Orlando Ledbetter OFFICIAL DEPTH CHART: Here's the official depth chart released by the Falcons for their season opener against the New Orleans Saints at 1 p.m. Sunday at the Georgia Dome.
Sep 02, 2014

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Sep 02, 2014

Falcons’ official depth chart released for Saints game

Sep 02, 2014

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Sep 02, 2014

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Braves ready to move on after no-hitter — The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Another day. Another game. Braves manager Fredi Gonzalez was not worried about the psyche of his team one day after being no-hit by the Phillies. The Braves failed to manage a hit against four Phillies pitchers in the 11 th combined no-hitter in major league history.

Bethancourt call-up gives Braves added flexibility — The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Christian Bethancourt arrived in the Braves locker room Tuesday as a September call-up following the completion of his season in Triple-A Gwinnett. The exact role of the catcher is to be determined. Braves manager Fredi Gonzalez said he likes the flexibility of a third catcher on the roster.

Mike Nolan on the pass rush — He lists his options. Video by D. Orlando Ledbetter

It was long, strange, hitless day for Braves — The Atlanta Journal-Constitution It wasn't the strangest no-hitter this writer has covered, as I was there when A.J. Burnett walked nine and hit a batter in his no-hitter for the Marlins at San Diego on May 12, 2001.

Panic as escaped Ebola patient is recaptured — By George Mathis Imagine how terrible it would be to have Ebola. Now imagine you are in Africa, forced to live in a detention center with other Ebola patients and you are starving because there's not enough food.

Medlen throwing nearly six months after TJ surgery — The Atlanta Journal-Constitution It was over quickly - even a bit "anti-climactic" - but Kris Medlen is throwing a baseball again. The right-hander, coming back from a second elbow ligament replacement surgery, threw for the first time Tuesday in a light session known as rainbow tossing.

Braves schedule stadium ‘groundbreaking’ this month — The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Although work has been underway for months on the site of the new Atlanta Braves stadium in Cobb County, the team plans to hold a formal groundbreaking ceremony Sept. 16. The Braves said Tuesday that the ceremony will mark the start of the construction phase of the project, "putting it on schedule to host fans for opening day 2017."

TBS cancels Cee Lo’s ‘The Good Life’ after one season — By Rodney Ho Atlanta-based TBS decided Cee Lo Green's "The Good Life" wasn't good enough for a second season. The Hollywood Reporter broke the story. The show, which came across as a reality show but was actually semi-scripted, ran for a brief six-episode run over the summer.

Meehan’s, Old Hickory, Hamburgers and Meatballs — By Bob Townsend New Meehan's open in Buckhead The fifth and newest location of Meehan's Public House opened in Buckhead last week in the former Aspen Bartini space on East Paces Ferry Road. The Irish-style pub from 101 Concepts restaurant group and executive chef Brian O'Rourke has locations in Sandy Springs, Vinings, Atlantic Station and downtown Atlanta.

No-hitter another product of Braves’ erratic offense — By David O'Brien It wasn't the strangest no-hitter I've covered as a beat writer, but that's only because I witnessed A.J. Burnett's nine-walk, one-hit-batter no-hitter for the Marlins at San Diego on May 12, 2001, when A.J. threw 59 of his 129 pitches from the stretch.
Sep 02, 2014

It was a long, strange (and hitless) trip for the #Braves on Monday. But not the strangest no-hitter we've seen…

Sep 02, 2014

#Braves erratic offense in swoon mode, gets no-hit by Hamels and 3 #Phillies relievers. DOB blog. Van Morrison