The 44th edition of the Atlanta Jazz Festival took place Labor Day weekend at Piedmont Park – after several cancellations and postponements because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The waiting list of 800 children for summer camp at the Chattahoochee Nature Center is a good problem to have, by any typical management metric. Natasha Rice doesn’t see it that way.
A lawyer handling the federal appeal in Atlanta of the CDC eviction moratorium on tenants during the Covid pandemic said Friday he holds little hope the Supreme Court will use a case it received Thursday ...
Throughout this month there will be countless small anniversaries, as we think back on the day it became clear COVID-19 wasn’t just a big news story but something that would profoundly affect our lives.
In about half the states, some or all teachers are vaccine-eligible
Thanks to more than 2,800 donors, Manuel’s Tavern has been saved.
Thanksgiving abstinence is not going to happen.
The United Way of Greater Atlanta and the Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta have awarded another $6.5 million in grants to 214 organizations in response to the region’s increasing needs caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
By Guest Columnist LALITH POLEPEDDI, a research scientist at Georgia Tech's Global Change Program Efforts to curb the spread of COVID-19 have radically transformed travel patterns across the globe. Between April and September 2020, global air ...
The rising number of power disconnects and accounts past due in Georgia is a reality check as a new survey shows financial stress is a serious threat to the nation’s mental health.
The pandemic has not slowed road construction in metro Atlanta, nor prompted Gwinnett County to delay the vote on a proposed 1 percent transit tax. Slowdowns are underway in other states.
By Guest Columnist ROXANA CHICAS, post-doctoral fellow at Emory University and former TPS holder from El Salvador COVID-19 continues to ravage our nation, yet Congress has reached a stalemate in negotiations for the next COVID-19 relief ...
Turning State Farm Arena into Georgia’s biggest polling place may be a marketing stroke of brilliance. The COVID-driven stampede to online everything also puts the marketing sector at a pivot point in today’s culture.
The new bank announced Thursday by Andrew Young, Killer Mike and Ryan Glover illustrates the purpose behind the nation’s first sweeping update in 25 years of rules that govern banking in minority communities – a ...
Public meetings and parent survey on the way.
In this era of the COVID-19 pandemic, the best way to avoid a double whammy this fall is to get a flu shot.