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Athens Transit will start running buses on Sundays Aug. 16, and fares will be free for the first four Sundays.
The launch will coincide with Athens Transit’s regular fall service changes the second week of August—when University of Georgia classes traditionally start—in order to recruit and train employees.
Jordyn Dolente and Moriah Martin made history by becoming the first same-sex couple to get married in Athens on the afternoon of the Supreme Court's marriage equality ruling on Friday. (Probate Judge Susan Tate is officiating in the courtyard outside the courthouse.) They graciously allowed Flagpoleintern Benjamin Tankersley to document their nuptuals.
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Unfortunately, Flagpole does not have the resources to send a writer to sit in a courtroom for eight hours a day for two months, but oh my God, as tragic and reprehensible as Jamie Hood's crime spree was, this story is amazing.
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Jordyn Dolente and Moriah Martin were the first couple to get a marriage license in Clarke County this morning after the Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage nationwide.
"I never thought that this was going to happen, especially in Georgia," Dolente said. "We thought marijuana would be first."
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This morning, the Supreme Court released a ruling legalizing same-sex marriage across the U.S., including in Georgia. Flagpole is gathering reactions from local experts, politicians and the LGBT community. We'll update this post as those reactions come in.
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