Bad news for some, good news for others.
Georgia has exorcised some of its Confederate ghosts in recent years, although many still haunt the state's public spaces, casting shadows in communities that have largely matured since the horrors of the Civil War.
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It’s an awkward time to bear the name – Henry Grady. Just ask Henry Grady III, the great, great grandson of Henry Grady, champion of the “New South” movement launched in the 1880s.
"Atlanta is going to do it today."
There's been a tension: Atlanta leaders do want police, but they want a "transformation" too.
Edgewood Avenue, historic Sweet Auburn’s nightlife epicenter has long played host to lively street parties that promise blaring music, fast cars and, sometimes, violence.