After months of contemplating her next move and exploring her options, Denise Cleveland-Leggett decided to join Atlanta-based Integral Group to continue to push the envelope in the revitalization of urban America.
Mayoral candidate Felicia Moore, president of the Atlanta City Council, unveiled a multi-pronged platform to combat crime at a press conference Friday morning in front of Grady Hospital.
As Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian sees it, the upcoming Atlanta city elections are “extremely important” for our city’s future
The Committee for a Better Atlanta, a nonpartisan group of business and civic leaders, unveiled its 2021 scorecard of candidates seeking office in the City of Atlanta.
Atlanta and Georgia leaders are full of excitement at the prospect of hosting the 2026 FIFA World Cup.
Chick-fil-A, one of the largest privately-held companies in metro Atlanta, will soon have a new CEO.
In response to safety concerns, the Piedmont Park Conservancy announced at its annual Landmark Luncheon Tuesday that it is launching a fund to provide additional security measures in the park.
It’s one of those cruel realities. By the time most women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer, it’s often too late to cure.
The 44th edition of the Atlanta Jazz Festival took place Labor Day weekend at Piedmont Park – after several cancellations and postponements because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
When I attended Leadership Atlanta’s opening retreat two years ago as a new member of the 2020 class, I wrote a column saying I had joined a cult.
A tribute to former Atlanta Mayors Ivan Allen Jr. and Maynard Jackson will be more abstract than figurative.
Six months into becoming president of the Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation, Fay Twersky said moving to Atlanta “has been a jolt in the arm professionally.”
So many unanswered questions. In light of mounting opposition to its initial proposal, the Atlanta Police Foundation hastily presented an alternative plan at last Wednesday’s finance committee meeting of the Atlanta City Council for a new ...
The City of Atlanta is literally at a crossroads over how it will grow.
What a confluence. The issue of public safety in Atlanta’s parks rose to the surface this past 10 days with two horrific events.
The message is clear: Nobody is safe until all of us are safe. When it comes to vaccines to protect people from the COVID-19 virus and its variants, we will need to ta global strategy
The Chattahoochee Riverlands initiative is moving forward with a pilot project in Cobb County thanks to a $9 million gift from the Robert W. Woodruff Foundation to the Trust for Public Land.