AT&T will invest $500,000 in four Atlanta nonprofits in an effort to empower the traditionally underserved and drive economic mobility in Atlanta.
Atlanta is such a transient city. It’s a city that has demolished many of its greatest landmarks – including Terminal Station, Union Station, the Loew’s Grand Theatre, and so many more.
Throughout his life, Arthur Blank has struggled with being a stutterer. Blank, owner of the Atlanta Falcons and co-founder of the Home Depot, did not let his stuttering get in the way of his achievements. But ...
Atlanta may be the cradle of the civil rights movement, but it has ways to go to have diversity on its corporate boards and within its executive suites.
It's just not right. State Sen. Nikema Williams, who is the Democrat running to succeed the late U.S. Congressman John Lewis on the Nov. 3 ballot, has declined the Atlanta Press Club’s invitation to the ...
The visionary proposal for the $400 million redevelopment of historic West End Mall has hit a major stumbling block.
If you love to go to movie theaters to absorb the full effects of a film, then the COVID-19 pandemic has been a tough slog. (The same is true if you love going to live ...
Katherine Moore, who has worked for the Georgia Conservancy for 11 years, has been selected to be the nonprofit’s new president. She will succeed Bart Gobeil in that role on Oct. 1.
In an effort to address a growing need to serve people who suffer from substance abuse, the Addiction Alliance of Georgia was officially launched on Wednesday.
Atlanta and Georgia have much at stake in the integrity of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
In this era of the COVID-19 pandemic, the best way to avoid a double whammy this fall is to get a flu shot.
When Wendy Kirkpatrick bought her Ansley Park house in 2017, she was drawn to community because of its history, its tree canopy and its quality of life.
Trees Atlanta’s plans for its new headquarters on the Westside has received significant support from two major Atlanta foundation.
John Calvin “Jack” Portman III, an Atlanta architect who led Portman Architects’ entry into Asia in the 1980s, died on Aug. 28 at his home.
Arthur Blank’s soon-to-be-released book – Good Company – is a treasure-trove of secrets for business and life. Blank, a co-founder of the Home Depot and owner of the Atlanta Falcons and Atlanta United, shares his ...
Susan Shows, senior vice president of the Georgia Research Alliance since 2008 and with the organization since 2001, has been named its new president by the board of the public-private entity, effective Sept. 1.
What an amazing turnaround. Black-led arts organizations heralded the Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta support for diversity in its latest round of funding through its Metropolitan Atlanta Arts Fund.
It’s an ambitious goal – to make Georgia the technology hub of the East Coast.