1. The on Thursday announced a new initiative "to provide better public access to financial documents and other information," district spokeswoman Barbara Jacoby said. To view the Open Government Project, scroll to the bottom of the district's website and look for the blue "Open Government Project" hyperlink on the lower left side of the page.
2. Sgt. Andy Smith of the recently received his National Registry Paramedic Certification, the city announced this week.
3. Who made the 's inaugural list of "Top 10 In 10 Young Professionals to Watch?" Return to Canton-Sixes Patch at 5 a.m. to find out.
4. (P.A.N.T.S.), a local parent group, called on Georgia Senate Majority Leader Chip Rogers (R-Woodstock) to resign, according to a Thursday report on WSB-TV. Last week, the over his connections to a business that handicapped sports games for gamblers in the 1990s.
5. The has spots available in its Camp Imagine teen classes, which will be held June 25-29. For information, call 770-704-6244.
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