Attorneys for the developer sued for a DeKalb County parkland swap have demanded extensive internal documents from media and activists, raising First Amendment objections.
Atlanta Mayor Andre Dickens hopes the state will help the city fulfill its top priorities, and he is working hard to have good relations with Gov. Brian Kemp, Lt. Gov. Burt Jones, House Speaker Jon ...
“Marry We” is a blend of a classic wedding and an elopement.
One member of the training center's own review committee is challenging its permit, while another has resigned over police killing a protester.
DeKalb County has approved a land disturbance permit for the public safety training center, but opponents may appeal.
The weekend's line-up includes juggling workshops, competitions and a variety show.
What is believed to be the nation’s first-ever county-led reparations research task force has just received funding in Fulton County. The Fulton County Board of Commissioners executive session on Jan. 18 approved the overall county ...
Artists and cultural researchers will temporarily reside in Atlanta to explore topics of their choice, drawing inspiration from local communities and the cultural landscape.
Sweet Auburn’s historic Odd Fellows tower may become a new headquarters and housing site for the homelessness program Georgia Works.
At 32, Ryan Wilson will be one of the youngest chairmen in the organization’s 90-year history. By Allison Joyner On Tuesday, Jan. 31, the Atlanta Business League (ABL) starts its 90th-anniversary celebration with a new ...
Although the name “Buckhead City” was barely mentioned during the annual meeting of the Buckhead Coalition on Thursday, Jan. 26, the issue was definitely present in the room.
An apartment tower that would replace most of a Buckhead block heads to a review committee next month with its developer seeking several zoning variations.
In Georgia, 23 percent of the state’s 254 bird species are classified as vulnerable, including the Brown Thrasher — the state bird.
DeKalb County’s district attorney has recused herself from the case of a protester killed by police at the Atlanta public safety training center site due to involvement in its policing.
By John Ruch Grilled by an Atlanta City Council committee worried about abrupt changes and lack of communication on Jan. 25, MARTA’s chief pledged a priority list of new transit projects is coming soon and ...
A successful calving season is crucial for the survival of this vulnerable aquatic mammal.
The superintendent wants to build on the recent success achieved by the school system. By Allison Joyner Atlanta Public Schools hosted an immersive State of the District event to motivate administrators and community partners, encouraging ...
Twin Pines seeks to mine 582 acres along Trail Ridge, a hydrological divide between the swamp and St. Marys River.
By John Ruch National and local civil rights attorneys are discussing possible representation of the family of the Atlanta public safety training center protester killed by police, according to the Oregon-based Civil Liberties Defense Center ...
The City ethics office will review Christmas gifts given the public safety training center advisory committee to see if they are OK under the law.