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Ossoff calls Perdue arrogant and entitled for failing to debate him
Jon Ossoff traded criticized David Perdue, who was represented by an empty podium during Sunday night debates.
Expect Gold Dome debate on voting, ballot access
A preview is already playing out in Fulton.
Air travel hit a post-COVID high. And Fulton’s hospitals are seeing more COVID patients.
Thanksgiving abstinence is not going to happen.
State of the metro Atlanta region — it’s tough
Public health, race relations upend usual list of metro Atlanta concerns
Georgia communities hoping for more federal COVID-19 relief funding
“We think the greatest need is yet to come.”
Georgia’s presidential vote by county and population
See the Trump-Biden split on a map.
Storm brewing over Atlanta’s draft flood-control rules
New draft rules set off enviros, developers.
Yes, recent campaigning is historically nasty. But it’s sort of always been like this.
This goes back even before Ruther”fraud” B. Hayes.
DeKalb commission OKs park-studio land swap
But there are strings tied to the land that DeKalb can’t untie.
Perdue, Ossoff and other top-of-ballot candidates appear in debate show-downs
Check out debate streams or broadcasts.
U.S. communities seeking healing from racism try truth and reconciliation commissions
Could Atlanta do this?
Georgia’s 2020 ballot questions, explained
D and R both mainly voted “yes” to the amendments on this year’s Georgia ballot.
Cook Park to open soon after years of waiting. Longer wait to come on civil rights monuments.
The park is supposed to uplift the neighborhood’s and the city’s civil rights legacy.
Hollywood or public woods? Southwest DeKalb has a decision to make.
Hollywood says the show must go on, but some neighbors say no.
Opinion: In praise of … government online
C-SPAN doesn’t top the ratings either, but it does open government to more people.
Georgia spends down unemployment fund, calls on feds
This was expected and Georgia is not alone. Now how to pay it back?
South Downtown “Whitehall Retail” district joins historic registry
“You could tell anybody, ‘Just meet me under the clock.'”
Georgia voting process looks a little like some states out west — but it might not for long.
Some states just send voters a ballot, no need to ask.
Democrats are amplifying unemployment backlog complaints. Latest stop, Decatur.
“Their employers have paid unemployment taxes on their behalf.”