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6 ways to save On Halloween decorations

6 ways to save On Halloween decorations

ATLANTA -- Every year there are millions of dollars spent on Halloween, from costumes, snacks and candy to decorations.

Hopefully after reading this, you will be able to save a ton on Halloween decor for your yard and home.

Grant Park Home and Garden Tour coming this weekend

Grant Park Home and Garden Tour coming this weekend

ATLANTA -- The 39th annual Grant Park Tour of Homes will be held over Mother's Day weekend -- the first time the two events have overlapped.

The event will take place May 11-12 and features some of the neighborhood's most beautiful real estate.

Tickets are $20 for adults and $10 for kids. Children ages 3 and under are free. Adults can get free admission if they volunteer to be home greeters.

Learn more and see a map of participating homes at grantpark.org.

Life & relationship strategist Kenny Pugh launches program for teen pregnancy

Life & relationship strategist Kenny Pugh launches program for teen pregnancy

In support and partnership with The National Day to Prevent Teen Pregnancy Life & Relationship Strategist, Author and Speaker,Kenny Pugh (http://www.kennypugh.com) will launch Abstinence Matters

Pure Tennis offering group lessons for kids

Pure Tennis offering group lessons for kids

ATLANTA -- Pure Tennis will hold clinics for local kids next month.

The lessons will run from Apr. 15 to June 3, and will be held at the Grant Park Tennis Courts for children in Glenwood Park, Grant Park, Ormewood Park and the surrounding communities.

The sessions are geared toward children aged 3-14. The registration deadline is Monday, Apr. 8.

Visit puretennis.net for more information or to sign up.

The Autism Gap: The fight for insurance

The Autism Gap: The fight for insurance

ATLANTA -- Eight year old Ava Bullard is playing with her sisters, riding their bikes on their long country driveway. It is a simple act that defies those who said she would never talk, those who said she wouldn't function in the real world.

Ava was not a typical baby, or toddler.

Her mother Anna says, "You couldn't interact with her."

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Ava did not play with toys. Did not speak. Could not dress herself. Did not interact with her parents or sisters. Slept two hours a night. She was in her own world.

Anna says, "It's like she looked straight through me. She would just...it's like you weren't there, if you were in the room with her."

Anna Bullard took Ava from doctor to doctor for months. One doctor told the family Ava was 'just weird.'

Men in Motion celebrates 10 years

Men in Motion celebrates 10 years

ATLANTA -- Men in Motion, a dance troupe with Moving in the Spirit, will hold three 10th anniversary performances this month.

Men in Motion consists of boys ages 8-13, and blends contemporary dance and hip-hop to inspire audiences.

The shows will be Saturday, Feb. 23 at 6 p.m. and Sunday, Feb. 24 at 3 p.m. and 5 p.m.

Tickets are $12 for adults and $6 for kids ages 13 and under. Children 3 and under get in free.

Learn more at movinginthespirit.org.

Men in Motion perform at The Beam, which is located at 750 Glenwood Avenue.

Fulton Health and Human Services opens One-of-a-Kind Facility

Fulton Health and Human Services opens One-of-a-Kind Facility

ATLANTA -- The newly renovated Oak Hill Child, Adolescent and Family Center, located at 2805 Metropolitan Parkway in Atlanta, officially re-opens Thursday, February 7 with a ribbon cutting ceremony at 10:00 a.m. The center sits on a 22-acre campus and will provide coordinated care to children and their families from all over Fulton County.