Residents Fight to Save the City That Isn't There
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One of four graves of Revolutionary War veterans at Old Fellowship Primitive Baptist Church in Tucker, Ga. When new cities are formed in unincorporated areas of a county, they often snatch away the highest taxpayers. Michael A. Schwarz, USA TODAY
Browning Courthouse in Tucker, circa 1860. Michael A. Schwarz, USA TODAY
Main Street in Tucker, Ga. Tucker has a downtown and generally agreed upon borders, so it has a chance of becoming a city. Michael A. Schwarz, USA TODAY
Gail Pinckney, owner of The Yellow Llama on Main Street, holds a Tucker High School T-shirt for sale in her store. The Tucker High School girls' basketball team recently won its first-ever State Championship. Michael A. Schwarz, USA TODAY
Michael Greene, left, third-generation owner of Matthews Cafeteria on Main Street in Tucker, talks with longtime customer Todd Eason, who also works in Tucker. Michael A. Schwarz, USA TODAY