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Integration, reconciliation recounted in 'The Class of 65'

"The Class of '65: A Student, a Divided Town and the Long Road to Forgiveness" (Public Affairs), by Jim Auchmutey In 1965, the all-white high school in the small, south Georgia town of Americus ended its policy of racial segregation and admitted black students for the first time. Full Story
'The Sopranos' Drea De Matteo loses New York home in explosion

'Modern Family’ actress Sarah Hyland grew up across the street from buildings that burned and collapsed in accident caused by gas and plumbing work.