The project would be developed on about 29 acres in the northwest quadrant of the intersection of Interstate 285 and Peachtree Industrial Boulevard, close to where Gray Television just announced a big film and entertainment campus.
Gov. Kemp announces rollback of COVID-19 restrictions in Georgia as health officials warn of new surge
Even as public health officials sound the alarm over a new wave of COVID-19 infections, Gov. Brian Kemp signed an executive order on Wednesday that will roll back many of Georgia’s pandemic restrictions beginning April 8. The rollback will eliminate the gatherings ban and shelter-in-place requirements as well as reduce any remaining distance requirements at
One Eared Stag's lease ended last month, and ownership decided not to renew.
InpharmD, an Atlanta Tech Village startup, finished Silicon Valley’s prestigious Y-Combinator accelerator earlier this year.
Pro tennis is set to return at Atlantic Station after a one-year hiatus. The 2021 Truist Atlanta Open is scheduled for July 24-Aug. 1. The men's tennis tournament, which usually attracts about 40,000 fans over the week, hopes to operate at full capacity this summer after Covid-19 concerns canceled last year's event. Tickets can be
State of City: Atlanta mayor says city to add 250 new police officers to streets to tackle ‘Covid crime wave’
The department is currently down 382 officers with 81% of sworn police positions filled.
Here are reactions from Georgia's business community about the new law tp overhaul state elections.
CEO Ed Bastian said that 65% of the people who flew Delta in 2019 anticipate having at least one dose of Covid-19 vaccine by May 1.
As more companies are toying with downsizing their office space and moving toward a hybrid or remote model, Moneypenny opened its U.S. headquarters in Duluth, Ga., bringing a bright and cheerful vibe to its new space. For Eric Schurke, CEO of North America for VoiceNation-Moneypenny, the office is an important space that he doesn’t think should be synonymous
Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms delivered her 2021 State of the City Address virtually on Wednesday morning, outlining plans to reduce crime, tackle homelessness, continue affordable housing efforts, improve city services and infrastructure, and plans for COVID-19 recovery. Watch her full remarks in the video above. As the city’s homicide rate has made national headlines, Bottoms