Members of the community came together Saturday in Clairmont Village to call for an end to senseless violence.

It marked the 14th annual "Stop the Violence" event. It was held not only to demand an end to the violence, but to celebrate the lives of those who have been victimized by it. The event was started by Bernard Smith after his son Arnold was shot and killed while walking with a friend...

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