News Nearby: North Atlanta Students Protest
The top headlines from metro Atlanta for Wednesday, Oct. 10.
North Atlanta High School students left class Wednesday in protest of the removal of school administrators last week, according to news reports.
The students were sitting on the football field on the campus around 12 p.m. in protest.
Mark MyGrant, the interim prtincipal at North Atlanta High School, and his administrative leadership at the Buckhead school were removed from their posts late Friday with little public explanation from school district officials.
For more visit Buckhead Patch.
The Georgia Department of Labor will help UCall & IHaul, a residential moving and cleaning company, fill about 10 jobs in Cobb County Friday.
The recruitment will be held from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the GDOL’s Cobb-Cherokee Career Center, located at 465 Big Shanty Road in Marietta.
Marietta Patch has more information.
Sandy Springs seems a natural home for the 24 Hours of Booty bike ride. It’s home to the largest Booty team in the country, Team Pirate Treasure, which has 104 participants in this weekend’s event.
A 2.5 mile course will be open for cyclists through the Mount Vernon Woods community from 2 p.m. Saturday to 2 p.m. Sunday. Last year Pirate Treasure raised more than $77,500 for cancer research.
Get more details from Sandy Springs Patch.