Formal tributes have begun for Atlanta Police Senior Officer Gail Thomas, the second female Atlanta officer killed in the line of duty.
About a dozen schools will close and new schools will be built in crowded north Atlanta under two new proposals to redraw Atlanta Public Schools boundaries.
An Atlanta man who shot a University of West Georgia student in the chest while the victim shoppedat a Texaco gas station on Northside Drive last year has been sentenced to life without parole plus 35 years.
Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed raised nearly $280,000 for his reelection campaign in the last half of 2011, according to disclosure reports filed this month with state ethics officials.
Atlanta officials reversed themselves Tuesday and put the brakes on awarding a currency exchange contract at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport.
A federal audit of MARTA raised safety concerns that included the death of a transit patron, faulty indicator lights that tell controllers whether the “third rail” is hot, and a “near miss” between a train and a work vehicle in a rail yard.
She was the kind of police officer others wanted to be. Along with the uniform, Senior Officer Gail Thomas wore a smile that offered a glimpse of her kind spirit.
Decatur-based MedShare is working with Faiths Act Fellows, a program of the Tony Blair Faith Foundation, to mobilize multi-faith communities to fight malaria.
The Atlanta Housing Authority, one of Georgia’s largest public agencies, released its audited financial statements for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2011.
Nominations are now being accepted for the Georgia Center for Nonprofits’ 2012 Revolution Awards. The annual awards honor individuals and organizations who have created a “revolutionary” change that positively affects the lives of people within their …