Several days of intensified protests against Atlanta’s controversial public safety training center culminated May 17 in several trespassing arrests at the site and the no-notice cancellation of a community review committee’s meeting.
Some famous and not-so-famous projects were honored with the City of Atlanta’s annual Design Awards May 17.
If the U.S. Supreme Court kills Roe v. Wade this year, so likely goes its lesser-known companion Doe v. Bolton, a Georgia case whose past may be the prologue of another generation’s abortion rights battles.
The Music Midtown concert festival’s weapons ban is being challenged by the man who just lost a legal battle for the right to carry guns at the neighboring Atlanta Botanical Garden.
The possibility of bus rapid transit (BRT) running on new top end I-285 toll lanes will be studied by MARTA following a multi-government agreement signed May 11.
Public engagement for the South River Forest green space concept has kicked off with an online survey.
Georgia was in the top three states for law enforcement officer killings in 2021, according to new FBI data that shows the South leading the nation in line-of-duty officer deaths.
The Music Midtown concert festival will return Sept. 17-18 with rock band My Chemical Romance headlining.
MARTA's test of an on-demand shuttle bus is already so successful, the service is getting a major expansion into Alpharetta, Morrow and other areas.
By John Ruch The hot trend in historic preservation is diversifying who and what gets remembered beyond ye olde rich, straight, white people and their mansions. Nedra Deadwyler is among the movement’s Atlanta pioneers with ...
Five Atlanta sites are among statewide winners of Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation awards, including a school rehabilitation that earned the top honor.
A heavily criticized plan to erect a cell tower looming over Oakland Cemetery has been shot down by the state's historic preservation office. The developer is now looking at alternatives that could include choosing a ...
Planners of “HUB404,” a 9-acre park that would cap a highway in Buckhead, have long nurtured a grand vision for public art and placemaking. Now they finally have someone to lead the $270 million fundraising ...
The State Bar of Georgia’s website, email and other internal network went down this week due to “unauthorized access.”
A 165-foot-tall cell tower looming over Atlanta’s Oakland Cemetery and historic Cabbagetown is the goal of a proposal being blasted as ugly and secretive by City officials, preservationists and neighborhood leaders.
Persistent complaints of unpermitted site work for Atlanta’s public safety training center appear to be unfounded – but are also how DeKalb County planning officials learned about work on the secretive project, according to documents ...
The Atlanta City Council is considering a call to establish “best practices” for the Neighborhood Planning Unit (NPU) system’s input and transparency in the latest reform rumblings.
Atlanta public safety training center planners will keep construction timelines secret and may surround the future facility with an unwanted fence in response to lawbreaking protesters who are now under FBI and GBI investigation, officials ...
A segregation-era Black school in Southwest Atlanta and the site of a prominent English Avenue church will be considered for official City historic landmark status next week.