Reparations is just one of several sensitive topics candidates could explore — if they were feeling candid enough to do it. It is a good thing for the Democratic National Committee that debate stages not
Preservationists are still stewing over plans to raze a historic building downtown to make way for a high-rise Margaritaville resort. Preservationist group Historic Atlanta last week sent a letter to of
While Atlanta’s southern neighborhoods are experiencing a resurgence of renovations of older, smaller homes, drive a bit farther southwest and the selection expands to include larger, newer properties.
‘Drag This Out as Long as Possible’: Former Official Faces Rare Criminal Charges Under Open-Records Law
ATLANTA — When he was mayor of Atlanta, Kasim Reed’s relationship with the news media was notoriously contentious. He was the kind of politician who punched back when he felt punched. He was well known
Democratic presidential candidates are courting black voters around the country early, a shift from past campaigns, black leaders say. The annals of Democratic presidential primaries are littered with
Georgia lawmakers are once again trying to take control of the world’s busiest passenger airport from the City of Atlanta. On Wednesday, State Sen. Burt Jones, a Republican representing Jackson, introduced