The Grady Health System again faces a precarious future, even as it reached milestones last week with its advanced surgical center and new funding for the center that specializes in HIV/AIDS treatment.
Mayor’s office says her vision is a “higher and better purpose” for that land.
But new sheriff, DA say they’ve discovered costly problems
COVID makes the fight against HIV harder, but also shows that the world can unite to fight a virus.
A Palmetto facility would get a $14.5 million property tax break.
Same-day voter registration? A political hot potato.
Get a flu shot.
“It is based on a continued path of what we’re doing in Georgia …”
The incumbent sheriff looks like he’s on the way out too.
Why some high school students are worried about PPE supplies in Atlanta
And Fulton nixed Columbus Day.
The top prosecutor and jailer in the county are in runoffs.
Some election results are still unknown.
Nobody thinks anybody else’s hands are clean here.
Protestors and COVID-19 are still in the streets.
Fulton’s election office is fighting virus-fuelled fires
Two timely public services, one location
The DA has a big role in shaping and changing criminal justice policy.
People who judge, prosecute, defend and jail metro Atlantans are on ballots.