Plenty of people are happy getting their exercise at what’s called Intrenchment Creek Park in south DeKalb. They said so at a public meeting where the county presented the idea of trading it away for other land.
In a Georgia legislative session that brought a divisive abortion bill after a tense election, Democrats see police overkill with Republican fingerprints on it; while police say they’re just ensuring safety.
By Maggie Lee In a renovated Decatur house, Charis Books and More and Charis Circle have made a new home, across the street from Agnes Scott College. The symbiosis across South Candler Street is already growing. Not that moving wasn’t a little bit difficult and scary for the Charis folks, to shift out of a […]
Gregory Johnson, the head of Cincinnati’s housing authority who had been picked to be the next CEO of Atlanta’s housing authority, changed his mind. That decision came as a total surprise to Atlanta leaders, who were not notified by Johnson that he had decided to stay in Cincinnati.
The city of Atlanta’s Invest Atlanta has settled a lawsuit with Clark Atlanta University over a property dispute involving land that used to belong to Morris Brown College – including the historic Gaines Hall.
Atlanta leaders gathered at an apartment complex on Metropolitan Avenue that’s seen better days. But they were there to celebrate $60 million in expected federal spending that will help pay for building and rehabbing places like Capitol View Apartments, to create or protect good, low-cost housing in Atlanta.