The Atlanta Committee for Progress has been a pivotal organization for every Atlanta mayor since Shirley Franklin in forging a relationship between City Hall and the Atlanta business and civic community. Atlanta Mayor Andre Dickens ...
When the National Center for Civil and Human Rights held a ground-breaking ceremony for its expansion on Oct. 14, it had only raised $27 million of the $50 million project. The expansion, that will include ...
UPS, Atlanta’s second largest Fortune 500 company, is partnering with the Russell Innovation Center for Entrepreneurs (RICE), to create a mini-logistics hub enabling shipping, warehousing and fulfillment for people growing their business.
We must galvanize to improve economic mobility in our region By Maria Saporta It’s a common theme. Atlanta has the worst income inequality in the country, and it has one of the lowest economic mobility ...
During its first-ever UPS Impact Summit on June 20, the UPS Foundation announced three major initiatives to positively impact communities around the world.
In his second “in person” meeting with the Atlanta Committee for Progress as mayor, Andre Dickens thanked the business and civic leaders for their support of the “Moving Atlanta Forward” campaign.
Key Atlanta leaders remain fully committed to building rail on the Atlanta BeltLine.
The Covenant House Georgia will be able to serve more homeless youth thanks to a successful capital campaign that raised $10.l million - $400,000 more than the initial goal.
Atlanta Mayor Andre Dickens announced Wednesday that he will have a Greenspace Advisory Council to help guide city policy when it comes to its parks and natural areas.
Although he's been in office less than a month, Atlanta Mayor Andre Dickens already has done more in a matter of weeks than some have done in years.