Warehouse owners are joining home buyers in seeking close-in locations that can shorten commutes. The trend could increase, given that the state transportation commissioner has said the delivery of goods to homes in metro Atlanta already is, “a challenge.”
By Guest Columnist TAYLOR DUNCAN, founding commissioner/director of the Alternative Baseball organization
Hello everyone! My name is Taylor Duncan! I am 23 years of age from Dallas, and was diagnosed on the autism spectrum at the age of 4 years. … As I grew older, I faced a lot of social stigma and preconceived ideas from several coaches. … The sport of baseball has indirectly contributed and helped me become more of an independent person today.
The idea behind business courts — the idea Georgia voters bought into last year when they approved a statewide business court — is that they provide a way for big, complicated lawsuits involving businesses to be settled in the fairest, most efficient way. That proposition is about to face a stern test, as the Gwinnett business court becomes the venue for the state’s opioid case.
In almost every significant step forward, there are the people who get the credit and then there are the people who actually do the work. Sometimes they are the same people and sometimes not. It was Coca-Cola Chairman Robert W. Woodruff who supposedly said, “There is no limit to what a man can do or […]
With almost 4 million votes cast, Team Abrams in 2018 demonstrated how many Georgia voters can turn up to vote Democrat, for the right candidate with the right ground game. The Democratic Party of Georgia is taking some things away from that example.
Every resident of Atlanta has had the frustration of being asked “oh wow, you’re really from Atlanta?” or being told some asinine version of “you’re the first person I’ve ever met that’s actually from here.”
The private gardens of four homes will be open to visitors Saturday as part of the Atlanta Audubon Society's tour of seven certified wildlife sanctuaries, which is part of a month-long celebration of "Georgia Grows Native for Birds Month," as proclaimed by Gov. Brian Kemp.Read More »
U.S. attorneys general including Georgia's Chris Carr are asking whether Google has crossed the line from aggressive business practices into illegal, monopolistic ones. It's not the first time AGs have banded together to investigate a company.Read More »
Atlanta's airport is soon to have a staff totaling an additional 10 to 20 emergency medical technicians stationed inside the terminal, enabling help to arrive more quickly at the side of persons in need of medical treatment, according to Atlanta's fire chief.Read More »