Though the ongoing public health crisis has prompted pandemonium aplenty, the novel coronavirus also provides abundant learning opportunities for community leaders.
An effort to inject $25 million of affordable housing units into Atlanta is a quarter of the way toward success.
By Guest Columnist JASON MARSHALL, executive director at Wesley International Academy In recent months, international fear and caution have escalated, and we have watched national borders close while ideological isolationism rose. It may feel like this ...
The Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC) recently launched a tracker that takes stock of the movements of COVID-19, the disease spread by the novel coronavirus, each week.
Stacked with more than 24,000 people, the waitlist for voucher assistance from Atlanta's housing authority is still plenty daunting, but Atlanta Housing (AH) officials — during a viral pandemic, no less — are still chipping ...
No summer in our lifetimes has been awaited so eagerly as this one. But their expectations for relief this summer don't hang on much.
On Wednesday, the Magistrate Court of Fulton County once again suspended, among other matters, residential eviction proceedings, a blessing for people whose living situations have been put in jeopardy during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The curve has begun to flatten, the public responded enthusiastically to his lifting of stay-at-home orders — judging by the crowds who came outside, at least — and everybody digs Sign Language Santa. So far, ...
The first half of April should have been a nirvana of sports and entertainment in Georgia.
Fulton County officials have put a pin in eviction proceedings, keeping residents whose finances have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic safe at home. For now, that is.
Many other things are going to be subject to the Covid Recession.
On Monday, the Atlanta City Council unanimously approved legislation that kickstarts a 60-day plan to curb the amount of homeless people sleeping at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport and help them navigate the COVID-19 pandemic.
Timing is everything. An Atlanta-based startup – BoxLock – was launched in 2017 as a way to prevent porch pirates from walking off with packages delivered to people’s homes.
Most of Atlanta's known homeless population has now been tested for COVID-19, thanks to an initiative spearheaded by the city's homeless services manager Partners for Home (PFH) and healthcare focused nonprofit Mercy Care.