Dr. Patrick O’Carroll started his role on Monday as the new president CEO of the Task Force for Global Health, one of the major nonprofits in Georgia.
Clark Atlanta University has been selected to be the site of the new PROPEL Center, a global innovation headquarters of HBCUs (Historically Black Colleges and Universities).
The Superior Court of Fulton County is using COVID-19 relief money to cope with its share of a statewide shortage of public defenders in multi-defendant cases.
DeKalb County District 6 Commissioner Ted Terry is taking a second shot at calling for deeper review of Atlanta’s controversial public safety training center plan.
One of Fulton County’s oldest houses will be rehabilitated and permanently preserved in a sale brokered by the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation.
Atlanta’s Bobby Jones became the first and only golfer to win the Grand Slam — the U.S. Amateur, the U.S. Open, the British Open and the British Amateur — 92 years ago this week. Jones ...
For a landlocked city, Atlanta sure has a lot of water.
MARTA is seeking proposals to turn its Arts Center Station into a major transit-oriented development (TOD) of mixed uses and some affordable housing.
With outrage still boiling over the Star Community Bar’s possible demolition, a little-discussed wrinkle is the historic status of a former church that is part of the larger plan.
The Atlanta City Council has scheduled two hearings Sept. 29 for its redistricting amid pressure for more public input.
Philanthropist MacKenzie Scott is investing $8 million to support Achieve Atlanta’s efforts to help students with the Atlanta Public Schools to have access to post-secondary education.
A City plan to unilaterally kill Neighborhood Planning Unit R and redraw other Southwest Atlanta NPU boundaries is facing resistance from City Council members.
French artist Valerie Massadian wants to see Atlanta — really see it — in all its glory and hardship, its beauty and filth.
The ENLC features a Simulation and Skills Lab and an Innovation Hub.
A well-known Savannah folk artist may paint a mural on Little Five Points’ Star Community Bar to honor its history as it faces possible demolition.
A new developer has been chosen to remake Murphy Crossing, a 20-acre site on the Atlanta BeltLine’s Westside Trail, into an enormous mixed-use center.
Behind the controversy over the possible demolition of the Star Community Bar is the mystery of what the overall plan actually involves.