By Guest Columnist MIKE DOBBINS, Georgia Tech professor of practice and former Atlanta planning commissioner Over the last couple of years, housing costs have shot up in Atlanta. Already rising before, it is now difficult for ...
Following the results of the Nov. 30 run-off election, a drastically different Atlanta City Hall will take office in January.
Meanwhile, City Hall folks tend to stay mad about criminal access to guns.
Atlanta's human resources chief is leaving City Hall — the second top leader lately to head out the door, leaving behind employee complaints.
As we close out Black History Month, I think it’s time we show some love towards the most important street in Atlanta – Auburn Avenue.
The street that runs between Atlanta City Hall and the state Capitol has become a battle line between the near-neighbors Downtown.
Under a sunny sky on a freezing day, with a half-hour wait ahead of them, a few folks were looking in the glass front doors of Morehouse's MLK, waiting to head into the swearing-in of ...