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.
Mailchimp, and its new owner, Intuit, held an afterparty in Atlanta Tuesday evening to reassure the local community that the technology company is not going anywhere.
The state has agreed that a 70-foot-tall railroad antenna would have “no adverse effect” on Cabbagetown and other adjacent historic areas. But several local groups disagree.
A massive mixed-use project in the Old Fourth Ward would remake an entire block of Edgewood Avenue, but keep the historic buildings that house the Thumbs Up Diner and the Ammazza pizza restaurant.
The 2022 event series runs from Sept. 15 to Nov. 3.
The Transform Westside Summit is back in business with in-person meetings at the Gathering Spot. That was apparent Friday morning when a full house came to hear Atlanta Mayor Andre Dickens share his thoughts about ...
In an unusual move, Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian is issuing an open letter to Atlanta’s business community to ensure Black talent is not being left behind by requiring employees to have a college ...
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The CVC team and local corporate leaders were also joined by Atlanta Mayor Andre Dickens, former Mayor Shirley Franklin and WABE’s Rose Scott for a panel discussion on moving Atlanta forward.
Developers are tapping the brakes on a proposal for a massive mixed-use project in Atlanta’s Little Five Points that would demolish the legendary Star Community Bar amid outrage over the impact on a countercultural capital ...
South Africa’s Archbishop Desmond Tutu formed a special relationship with Atlanta, the Coca-Cola Co., Emory University and Clark Atlanta University.
Former U.S. Rep. and Atlanta City Councilmember Kwanza Hall has been named managing partner and CEO of a company planning trails and parks along the Chattahoochee River at Proctor Creek.