A once-vacant lot nestled in the English Avenue neighborhood now has a new life as a City of Atlanta park.
Zoo Atlanta’s operating contract may prevent it from enforcing a new firearms ban that a gun activist recently questioned.
In a political campaign era scarred by extremely sore losers, Hall County is offering an alternative: an Election Day unveiling of a “Goat Rock” where failed candidates can gather.
In 2021, there were an estimated 340 whales, eight less than the previous year.
Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta’s initiative to address the mental health crisis is taking a major leap forward Wednesday with the announcement that the foundation of David and Helen Zalik will donate 10 acres of land ...
Dirt pollution issues with the Rivian electric vehicle plant site violated environmental regulations, according to the state, and have triggered a resident lawsuit seeking to halt the project.
An apparently new weapons ban at Zoo Atlanta is being challenged by the gun activist whose legal complaints may have ended the Music Midtown concert festival this year.
Neighborhood Planning Unit X (NPU-X) has recommended a permit denial for the 1400 Murphy Ave. industrial complex amid unsatisfied concerns that a key intersection cannot safely handle its truck traffic.
A stretch of the Eastside BeltLine trail was transformed from a walking trail into a runway as night fell on Wednesday, Oct. 19.
A ceremonial ground breaking was held Thursday afternoon on two new towers totaling 400,000 square feet and expected to cost about $200 million, according to Georgia Tech President Ángel Cabrera.
This weekend, get in the spooky spirit a little early with the Little 5 Points Halloween Parade and Festival. Grab your costume — whether funny and fantastical or gory and frightening — and head to ...
The team was ready for a place to call their own, and Atlanta felt like the right match.
By John Ruch The redevelopment of Southwest Atlanta’s 1400 Murphy Ave. site into a warehouse complex is being blasted as “shameful” by Neighborhood Planning Unit X (NPU-X) for the lack of a full traffic study ...
MARTA’s test run of on-demand shuttle buses this year found high satisfaction rates and riders especially drawn to last-mile connections to other transit.
Historically, the game has served as an alternative to war, a celebratory activity and type of recreation.
Atlanta was the second stop in the “HUD on the Road” tour. By Allison Joyner Yesterday, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Marcia Fudge met with local Historically Black Colleges and University ...
MARTA has selected a team of companies as the finalist to create a mixed-use development at its Bankhead Station.
This week, one of Atlanta’s universities and a top technology institute in the nation turns 137 years old. Georgia Tech was established in 1885 to bring the Industrial Revolution to Georgia, beginning with $65,000 in ...