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Harlem Residents Pay Millage Rate Twice

Tuesday morning Columbia County school leaders voted to raise the district's millage rate 1 mill,  which could cause tax bills across the county to rise about 8 percent.  It's a double whammy for Harlem residents.  The city voted Monday night to raise ITS millage rate nearly 2 mills, adding about $6Full story

Harlem residents could get two separate property rate increases

Residents in Harlem, GA could get a double whammy when it comes to property tax increases. Full story

Travel Picks: Top 10 local dances around the world

LONDON (Reuters) - Whether it's cathartic, energizing, romantic, funny, celebratory or just plain embarrassing, the excuses to get out on the dance floor are seemingly endless. The urge to move with the music has inspired online travel advisers Cheapflights.com (www.cheapflights.com) to come up with Full story

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  Obama's Africa trip part of a 'check the box tour'

Forbes' Gordon Chang, author Kahlil Gibran Muhammed, NBC's Charlayne Hunter-Gault, and Enough Project's Mark Quarterman discuss the president's trip to Africa, state that he knows he must do more in the region, and question whether this visit is part of a "check the box tour" to show he will do as m

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