The Superior Court of Fulton County is using COVID-19 relief money to cope with its share of a statewide shortage of public defenders in multi-defendant cases.
DeKalb County District 6 Commissioner Ted Terry is taking a second shot at calling for deeper review of Atlanta’s controversial public safety training center plan.
One of Fulton County’s oldest houses will be rehabilitated and permanently preserved in a sale brokered by the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation.
MARTA is seeking proposals to turn its Arts Center Station into a major transit-oriented development (TOD) of mixed uses and some affordable housing.
With outrage still boiling over the Star Community Bar’s possible demolition, a little-discussed wrinkle is the historic status of a former church that is part of the larger plan.
Metro Atlanta’s thriving kink community is in transition as a legendary BDSM club is closing after nearly 20 years – but a new one is rising to carry on its traditions.
The Atlanta City Council has scheduled two hearings Sept. 29 for its redistricting amid pressure for more public input.
A City plan to unilaterally kill Neighborhood Planning Unit R and redraw other Southwest Atlanta NPU boundaries is facing resistance from City Council members.
A well-known Savannah folk artist may paint a mural on Little Five Points’ Star Community Bar to honor its history as it faces possible demolition.
A new developer has been chosen to remake Murphy Crossing, a 20-acre site on the Atlanta BeltLine’s Westside Trail, into an enormous mixed-use center.
Behind the controversy over the possible demolition of the Star Community Bar is the mystery of what the overall plan actually involves.
What happens at Star Bar will inform the futures of punk, metal, hip hop and other venues across the city.
The state has agreed that a 70-foot-tall railroad antenna would have “no adverse effect” on Cabbagetown and other adjacent historic areas. But several local groups disagree.
A massive mixed-use project in the Old Fourth Ward would remake an entire block of Edgewood Avenue, but keep the historic buildings that house the Thumbs Up Diner and the Ammazza pizza restaurant.
Developers are tapping the brakes on a proposal for a massive mixed-use project in Atlanta’s Little Five Points that would demolish the legendary Star Community Bar amid outrage over the impact on a countercultural capital ...
Former U.S. Rep. and Atlanta City Councilmember Kwanza Hall has been named managing partner and CEO of a company planning trails and parks along the Chattahoochee River at Proctor Creek.
The idea of hosting community events at Atlanta’s future public safety training center drew some enthusiasm from its review committee – but also some resistance for memorializing the site’s history as a forced-labor prison.
Jahnee Prince has been named as Atlanta’s new commissioner of city planning after a seven-month vacancy.
A Gullah Geechee community on Georgia’s Sapelo Island has settled a federal civil rights lawsuit alleging the county government provided unequal services and attempted to displace it with property tax hikes.