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Mendenhall's TD in OT leads Steelers over Falcons

Pittsburgh, PA (Sports Network) - Rashard Mendenhall broke off a 50-yard game-
winning touchdown run on the Steelers' first play of overtime as Pittsburgh
persevered for a 15-9 win over Atlanta in a defensive battle at Heinz Field.

After the Falcons faltered on the first possession of OT, Michael Koenen's
poor 36-yard punt from the 14-yard-line gave the Steelers prime field
position.

Mendenhall wasted little time in making it count, bursting through a hole off
right tackle sealed off by a textbook block from tight end David Johnson on
his way to the end zone.

Mendenhall ended with 120 yards on 22 carries while Hines Ward came up huge
for Dennis Dixon with six catches for 108 yards.

List is Out for Cobb County Restaurant Week, September 11-18

Atlanta, GA-- Thirty-two restaurants are participating in Cobb County Restaurant Week, September 11-18. Presented by the Cobb County Convention & Visitors Bureau, restaurant week allows diners to enjoy an appetizer, entrée and dessert from a pre-set menu for $20.10 per person, exclusive of beverages, tax and gratuity. View each restaurant’s menu at www.cobbcountyrestaurantweek.com.

The following restaurants are participating in Cobb County Restaurant Week:

Weekend Lane Closures and Alternates

Weekend Lane Closures

September 10 - 13, 2010

TRAVEL ALERTS
DeKalb: Major Roadwork on I-20 EB This Weekend
9 pm Fri - 5 am Mon: Two left lanes closed on I-20 eastbound between 1 mile east of Wesley Chapel Rd. and 1 mile east of Panola Rd. Two travel lanes open at all times. Motorists should expect heavy delays during these hours and are strongly advised to use alternate routes.

I-20 Eastbound Alternate (North of I-20) : Exit onto Candler Road and go left. Follow Candler road to Glenwood Road. Go right onto Glenwood Road and follow to Covington Hwy. Go right onto Covington Hwy and follow to Evans Mill Road. Go right and follow back to I-20 Eastbound.

100 Cobb Middle and High School Students Needed as Cobb Alcohol Taskforce Delegates

Atlanta, GA-- 100 Youth Delegates Representing Middle and High Schools or Community Youth Groups in Cobb County are wanted to become delegates for the Cobb Alcohol Taskforce Youth Council.

What is the Cobb Alcohol Taskforce Youth Council?

It’s a movement, a youth-led movement. Never before has an issue required the guts and spirit of youth to move it forward; to shake the cages of communities everywhere to make changes, to rattle adults out of complacency, and to rub the sleep out of politician’s eyes and get them to wake up to the problem of underage and youth binge drinking that affects thousands of youth everyday. The Take It Back Movement is about youth power, youth influence, youth brains--multiplied! It’s about imagining the future different, telling the truth, using data to back the story, refusing censorship, staying at the edge, creating action, and generating results.

'Secure Communities' Rolls Out in Cobb, Fulton Counties

MARIETTA, GA -- A new federal program is going into effect in Cobb and Fulton Counties.  The program screens the fingerprints of people who are arrested against a national database, in an effort to verify their immigration status.  It's drawing praise and criticism.

Fingerprints are one of the few distinguishing features almost all of us have.  Being fingerprinted is an activity widely associated with being arrested for committing a crime.

Now, a new program, called Secure Communities, will run the fingerprints of those arrested, against a national database to check an inmate's immigration status.

The City of Atlanta Wins $50,000 Community Tennis Grant for "2010 Best Tennis Town" Finalist

Atlanta, GA-- Mayor Kasim Reed was at the 2010 U.S.

Cobb Restaurant Week Participants Announced

COBB COUNTY, GA -- Thirty-two restaurants are participating in Cobb County Restaurant Week, Sept.