Journey to the Booth: Stockbridge Native Jason Longshore Takes Unorthodox Route to Become Voice of Atlanta United

Yet, every match, Longshore can be heard on 92.9 the Game. Alongside play-by-play announcer Adam Schick, he is part of the Atlanta United announce team, serving as a color commentator and analyst for the broadcast. Longshore’s journey to the announce booth has been a long, winding road, centered around one constant — his love for …

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Stockbridge to Eagles Landing: Leave Our Borders Alone

A slide showing the proposed city of Eagles Landing map. Dark red areas are currently in Stockbridge city limits. The Georgia Legislature will not resume until January, but Stockbridge is fighting now against two state Senate bills affecting its borders. City Director of Planning and Community Development Camilla Moore is encouraging residents to contact legislators …

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Activities You Can Do In Stockbridge Georgia

Will you be traveling to Stockbridge in Georgia in the next few months? Would you like to participate in activities there? If you have never been there before, you might want to do a little research on the different places that are available. This is a population of only 25,000 people, and is located south …

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Stockbridge Resident Promoted Within GBI

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ATLANTA — A Henry County resident was recently promoted as the assistant deputy director of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation’s crime laboratory. The agency announced Cleveland Miles’ new position in February. Miles has been employed with the GBI for 17 years and is a Stockbridge resident. Prior to his promotion, Miles held positions as a …

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Career Day at Smith-Barnes Elementary in Stockbridge

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STOCKBRIDGE, Ga. — 11Alive’s Neima Abdulahi attended Smith-Barnes Elementary School’s career day event this week! She talked with fifth grade classes at the Stockbridge school. Neima met many students wanting to become journalists one day. She answered all of their questions and handed them the microphone. Students got a chance to be a “Journalist for …

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