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A new section of Piedmont Park opens to the public at an 11 a.m. Thursday ceremony at the park, but on Monday some park visitors were strolling through the new acreage enjoying a sneak preview.
Three people sustained minor injuries when a van drove into a southwest Atlanta building Tuesday night, according to police.
In the final hours of budget approval, the Atlanta City Council voted to nearly double the funding for Invest Atlanta to cover incentives that Mayor Kasim Reed and the economic development agency promised to businesses relocating to city.
Mary Oliver was just hours away from celebrating her 76th birthday.Emmanuel Surry Jr. was just going back to his apartment where he cared for his 105-year-old uncle.
A Fulton County judge on Tuesday indicated he would find that defendants in the Atlanta Public Schools test-cheating scandal gave coerced statements when interviewed by investigators, putting the 65-count indictment against 35 educators and administrators in jeopardy.
Atlanta’s waterlogged June continued to get even soggier Tuesday, with more rain streaming into north Georgia from the west.
Mary Oliver was just hours away from celebrating her 76th birthday. Emmanuel Surry Jr. was just going back to his apartment where he cared for his 105-year-old uncle.
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Three men have been arrested in Atlanta and charged with setting up fake companies to order electronics and re-sell them.
For the last 10 years, Larry Douglas Embury has held one of the most unusual jobs in the world. As the official organist in residence for the Fox Theatre, the Druid Hills musician has the pleasure of rising out of the orchestra pit on the bench of the gold-gilt Moller organ to enchant audiences with the instrument’s versatility.
The new Falcons stadium moved another step forward, with approval of a design including a retractable roof, plus a wall of glass with a skyline view and a video board that encircles the roof opening.
For this Atlantan and others, jumping into the pool can be cathartic release of old fears
Read this and pass it on: “I really hated the idea of taking a kidney from someone, especially from my daughter.
Updated every Friday, Mark Arum tells us where we can find construction, events and anything else to slow us down on the roads this weekend.
DeKalb CEO Burrell Ellis has been indicted by a DeKalb grand jury today on charges he illegally pressured contractors into giving him campaign contributions.