Although he's been in office less than a month, Atlanta Mayor Andre Dickens already has done more in a matter of weeks than some have done in years.
For the first time in its history, the Georgia Research Alliance is bringing three new scholars at one of its member institutions – Augusta University.
Big changes are underway at Public Broadcasting Atlanta – including the name. This week, Public Broadcasting Atlanta will be replaced by an umbrella brand – WABE – best known as Atlanta’s public radio station.
MARTA’s board of directors held an emergency meeting Saturday afternoon following the Friday night death of Jeffrey Parker, general manager and CEO of the transit agency.
The Carter Center has named Matthew De Galan as its new vice president of comnunications.
Few executives in Atlanta can rival the multi-cultural experiences that Dimitris Psillakis has enjoyed. It’s been a little more than a year since Psillakis became president and CEO of Mercedes-Benz USA, which moved its headquarters ...
Brad Currey, a great Atlanta leader for more than six decades, died on Thursday evening at the age of 91.
By Maria Saporta Perhaps the most important job of the president of the Atlanta City Council is to select the members to serve on the seven Council committees and to decide who will chair each ...
In the heart of the historic English Avenue neighborhood in Atlanta’s Westside, there stands a monumental stone shell of a building – St Mark AME church.
Arthur Blank was only 15 when his father, Max Blank, died of a heart attack, a difficult time for him and his mother, Molly Blank.
With signing of a 200,000 square foot lease in Midtown, Georgia has taken a major step to create a global health innovation district.
Atlanta now has a new center dedicated to stuttering education and research, thanks to a $12.25 million grant from the Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation.
Thanks to a longstanding partnership between Park Pride and the Robert W. Woodruff Foundation, Atlanta is creating a more equitable park system that will better serve the city’s lower-income communities.
The Science Gallery at Emory University will be partnering with Pullman Yards to serve as its host venue for exhibitions that will feature the collaborative talents of Emory researchers and local artists.
The World Affairs Council of Atlanta will have a new president on Jan. 1 – Rickey Bevington, a senior correspondent with Georgia Public Broadcasting.
Following the results of the Nov. 30 run-off election, a drastically different Atlanta City Hall will take office in January.
Norfolk Southern Corp. announced today that Chairman and CEO James “Jim” A. Squires will retire on May 1, 2022. He will be succeeded by Alan H. Shaw, Norfolk Southern’s executive vice president and chief marketing ...