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Kim Jong Un, South Korea’s Moon Hold Surprise Meeting

South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un held a surprise meeting at the demilitarized zone Saturday aimed at keeping inter-Korean relations, and a possible summit between Mr. Kim and President Donald Trump, on track. South Korea’s presidential office announced the two-hour meeting after it had wrapped up, saying the two leaders met on the north side of the demilitarized zone and discussed how to successfully stage a summit between Messrs. Trump and Kim. The meeting—the fourth [...]

Flash flooding causes road closures, water rescues around Raleigh

Heavy rain caused much flooding around Raleigh Monday evening, resulting in multiple road closures. Crews responded to a vehicle underwater near Crabtree Valley Mall. Raleigh officials have also closed the intersection at Millbrook Road and Six Forks Road. An ABC11 crew at the scene said Crabtree Creek has overflowed where it parallels North Hills Drive. North Hills Drive has since reopened. We have a crew on scene at Millbrook Road. Source Article

Who was voted off ‘Survivor’ this week? (May 16) Did Mason’s Angela Perkins advance?

(Photo: Screen Grab/CBS Entertainment) Spoiler alert! Scroll down to see who was voted off this week (May 16). Last week was the tear-jerking loved-ones episode, but that played background to the play (or non-play) of the season when Wendell seemed to be on the ropes, but didn’t play his idol … and it turned out that he didn’t need to as Chelsea got her torch snuffed. We’re down to seven now, so that will give Wendell a nice chunk of power [...]

42 Job Openings in Smyrna-Vinings Right Now

SMYRNA, GA — Businesses across the region are looking for new employees and Patch has partnered with ZipRecruiter to provide you with our searchable jobs board. Here are some recent job postings in and around Smyrna and Vinings. See hundreds of openings at our Smyrna-Vinings jobs board. RESPONSIBILITIES * Responsible for daily completion of all activities related to dispensing prescriptions in accordance with the organization’s policies and all applicable laws by following standard … Phoenix ISC Mableton, GA, USA Customer Service & Consumer [...]

Tradition continues at the Patron’s Day celebrations in Bavaria

A women lifts the skirt of her traditional typical Bavarian costume as she crosses a meadow to attend the activities within the Patron’s Day festival in Bichl, Germany on May 6, 2018. Around 4,000 members from 47 Bavarian mountain shooting (Gebirgsschuetzen) clubs were meeting for the traditional celebration which is usually held in early May annually. Source Article

ShowBiz Minute: Cosby, Brokaw, Royals

Bill Cosby could spend rest of life in prison for sex assault; Tom Brokaw denies sexual misconduct claim by NBC reporter; Palace: William and Kate’s new son is named Louis Arthur Charles. (April 27) AP Source Article

Johns Creek’s Overlook at Old Atlanta on Parade of Homes

Jim Chapman Communities will open four model homes for the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association (HBA) annual Parade of Homes, April 20-22, April 27-29 and May 4-6. The tour will feature around 100 new homes throughout the metro Atlanta area, giving potential homebuyers the opportunity to visit numerous models and communities to compare features, location, amenities and price. "The annual Parade of Homes is one of HBA’s signature events, and one the HBA membership looks forward to every year," said [...]

Kendrick Lamar: Pulitzer Prize for music goes to rapper for ‘Damn

Kendrick Lamar now has a Pulitzer Prize to go with all his Grammy Awards. Lamar’s "DAMN" was announced as the recipient of the prestigious award on Monday, a history-making first for a rap artist, as the music award is typically given to classical or jazz works. The 2017 Pulitzer Prize for music went to "Angel’s Bone," an opera by composer Du Yun. "DAMN" is Lamar’s fourth studio album and was released in April 2017. Lamar’s politically charged performance at the Grammy Awards in [...]

With walk-ins, Arizona teachers gauge support for walkouts, closing schools

Teachers and their supporters stage a walk-in at San Tan Charter School in Gilbert on April 11, 2018, demanding more funding for schools. Tom Tingle/azcentral.com (Photo: Mike Christy/Arizona Daily Star) Thousands of Arizona teachers, students and parents rallied outside their schools shortly after sunrise Wednesday in an effort to boost support for their growing #RedForEd movement demanding higher wages and more school funding. The walk-ins were community affairs, drawing support and attention from each school’s own kids, parents and neighbors. Passers-by honked [...]