On Wednesday, Nov. 30, the City of Refuge embarked on a $25 million capital campaign to further help individuals and families in crisis.
Two interdisciplinary artists and longtime friends are looking to help reshape the way the city thinks about its waterways.
Happy Thanksgiving, Atlanta! Thank you for being part of our SaportaReport community. Our team sends warm wishes this holiday season. On to local news from the week: Warrick Dunn opens up about his journey at ...
Four decades ago, MARTA’s first heavy-rail fleet hit the tracks, and now, that chapter in Atlanta’s history books is being preserved.
The outdoor nighttime experience highlights the intricate and vibrant systems of the natural world.
The folks at Blue Heron are intent on ensuring Atlanta lives up to its legacy as a green city.
One race from Georgia’s recent Nov. 8 election will go into a runoff — incumbent Democrat Raphael Warnock and Republican Herschel Walker competing for a seat in the U.S. Senate. On Monday, Nov. 21, the ...
Live Thrive broke ground on its second facility this week.
This upcoming spring, musical theatre aficionados in high schools all across Georgia will get the full movie star treatment.
The documentary series spotlights nine local climate leaders and activists in the city and the work they’ve done — efforts that can often go unnoticed.
For two days and nights, the parents and children engaged with nature in ways they never had before.
Georgia elected Republicans on Nov. 8, from governor to attorney general and other state offices in Atlanta. One race, though, will go to a Dec. 6 runoff — incumbent Democrat Raphael Warnock and Republican Herschel ...
What began as a modest pumpkin stand in 1972 has since taken root and grown into a farm boasting 70 acres of the classic autumn vegetable.
Held in Fulton County’s largest greenspace, the two-day fine-arts festival will feature around 185 artists of all creative mediums.
Looking for a good fright at a haunted site to celebrate the creepiest day of the year?
A once-vacant lot nestled in the English Avenue neighborhood now has a new life as a City of Atlanta park.
For The Braves’ first 25 years in Atlanta, the team was the worst in baseball — but that all turned around on Oct. 28, 1995. On that October day 27 years ago, The Braves won ...
In 2021, there were an estimated 340 whales, eight less than the previous year.
For a few thousand local students, the start of this week was a lot more exciting than usual.
A stretch of the Eastside BeltLine trail was transformed from a walking trail into a runway as night fell on Wednesday, Oct. 19.