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Government, The Neighborhood Files
The state of Georgia to get more than $4 million in rental assistance to prevent homelessness or unnecessary institutionalization among the state's low-income individuals with disabilities.
Fifteen-year employee at Georgia Public Broadcasting says hiring of former State Senate Majority Leader Chip Rogers, whose $150,000-a-year salary ranks second at GPB, “stinks of cronyism.”
Government, Local Connections
Monday's inaugural parade featured seven members from the Midtown-based Atlanta Freedom Bands marching and playing with a 200-plus member band representing the Lesbian & Gay Band Association.
U.S. Congressman responds to talk show host's claims that Lewis would not have been beaten up during the 1965 Alabama civil rights march from Selma to Montgomery had he had a gun.
Former Atlanta mayoral candidate appointed to help restore professional process controls and integrity within the Fulton County elections process.
Eleventh Circuit U.S. District Court upholds a 2011 lower court ruling in favor of the City. It's the latest in a series of legal setbacks for the Task Force in its efforts to continue operating the Peachtree-Pine homeless shelter.
Government, Real Estate
Amended consent order reached Tuesday in Fulton Superior Court; citizens' Motion to Intervene in the litigation denied by judge.
The “Gateway” connection will link this new park to the rest of the Atlanta BeltLine, which connects to Piedmont Park and the Freedom Park Trail leading to the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library complex.
Six-month closure of north Midtown/south Buckhead cut-through street will result in motorists using the already traffic-heavy alternate routes along 17th Street and Collier Road.
Fulton County Superior Court Judge John J. Goger is "likely to rule from the bench on all pending motions as well as the final disposition of the case" involving the Midtown Landmark building.
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