The people spoke loud and clear. At the recent meeting of the Atlanta City Council’s Tree Ordinance Workshop, city councilmembers listened to four hours and 44 minutes of 232 voicemails from the public about the ...
A powerful Atlanta partnership will seek to nurture the next generation of Black entrepreneurs.
Pedestrians and cyclists in Atlanta will walk (or ride) in sync, if a merger between two major nonprofits is successful.
In a major reversal, Norfolk Southern has terminated its plans to build a rail transfer facility on the site of the former Chattahoochee Brick Co. in northwest Atlanta.
Although there was not a Beloved Benefit in 2020 because of the coronavirus, it did not stop the entity from donating $700,000 to seven Atlanta nonprofits.
Atlanta is often seen as a Black mecca for business. Now the Metro Atlanta Chamber is seeking to make it even more so.
At long last, Atlanta’s National Center for Civil and Human Rights will become the institution leaders originally envisioned it would be.
The $17 million gift from the Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation to the National Center for Civil and Human Rights is part of a $50 million capital campaign to expand the Center’s offerings.
The National Center for Civil and Human Rights will undergo a major expansion thanks to a $17 million grant from the Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation.
The complexion of leaders in the Atlanta region totally changed with the elections in 2020.
Atlanta’s Jewish community will receive a legacy gift of $5.6 million as a disbursement from the Frances Bunzl Family Trust.
Key Atlanta women leaders expressed delight that Rosalind “Roz” Brewer will be the next CEO of Walgreens on March 15 becoming the only Black woman to lead a Fortune 500 company.
In a testament to the importance of public health, Georgia Tech will award its prestigious Ivan Allen Jr. Prize for Social Courage to Dr. Anthony S. Fauci, one of the nation’s leading infectious disease experts ...
It was high on Hank Aaron's “to do” list – to hear about Georgia State University's plan for a baseball park that would include a tribute to the baseball legend.
The Georgia runoffs were the most significant statewide elections ever, national political consultant James Carville said in an exclusive Zoom conversation on Jan. 15.
The King Center is reimagining how it marks the holiday events around the national holiday in honor of Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday, and it has brought in more partners than ever before to expand ...
At its virtual annual meeting on Jan. 27, Central Atlanta Progress will honor longtime leader Alicia Philipp, downtown healthcare workers and State Farm Arena.
Peter Carter, the 2020 chair of the Georgia Chamber of Commerce, described it best. “it was a year like no other,” Carter said in a recent telephone interview.