Nationally-recognized 'B2 Anywhere' program starts in GwinnettThe 'Building Brains Anywhere' program has launched in Gwinnett County, and is working to help students gain the skills needed to enter kindergarten.
City of South Fulton is launching heat ordinance trainingThe training for recreation workers was mandated by a city ordinance in the wake of the death six years ago of a young football player. The mandate includes water vessels in each of the city's parks.
City of Atlanta officials working to restore SWATS wall muralAfter some years of neglect and graffiti, the city of Atlanta has begun work to restore the SWATS mural, which depicts musical artists from Southwest Atlanta. The wall is a source of pride for members of the Southwest Atlanta community.
Indy Markets youth programs working to help young peopleThe Indy Markets youth programs has developed the ATL Youth Market Street Team as part of an effort to help channel the energies and directions of young people to a positive direction.
Atlanta Hawks hosting Community Court Summer Tour across metro areaThe Atlanta Hawks is hosting its Community Court Summer Tour including more than 1,250 young people across the region with pop-up basketball and fitness activities at existing day camps located at 14 of the Hawks’ community basketball courts.
City officials continue efforts to relocate Forest Cove Apartment residentsSo far, the city of Atlanta has moved four families out of the dreadful conditions at the Forest Cove Apartments. However, about 200 residents remain, months after the city first said it had identified new affordable housing units for most of the complex's tenants.
Dunwoody hosts 'Storywalk' display for JuneteenthThe city of Dunwoody has a "Storywalk" park display as part of its Juneteenth celebration, to honor the memory of the end of slavery as commemorated by the June 19 holiday. The display will run through the end of June.
DeKalb Sheriff sponsoring Boys to Men, Girls to Pearls campThe DeKalb County Sheriff's Office is sponsoring a camp to help young men and young women learn some of the life skills necessary to better grow and mature as they navigate life.
Fans get a first look at the Atlanta Falcons for next seasonThe Falcons held OTA workouts open to the public on Friday, giving fans a first look at the team ahead of next season. The team also announced that their original red helmets would be worn as throwbacks against San Francisco in October.
Parents play vital role in NIL marketingVince Thompson details how parents can be involved in Name/Image/Likeness marketing in relation to college athletics. The NIL Summit will be held June 13-15 at the College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta.
NIL continues to evolveName/Image/Likeness marketing continues to evolve in the world of college athletics, as detailed by Vince Thompson, Chairman/CEO of MELT.
Businesses in midtown benefit from return of Fox TheatreMidtown area businesses benefit from the reopening of the Fox Theatre. More than 300,000 people visited the Atlanta landmark in the days prior to the pandemic.
Destination Tomorrow opens new Atlanta LGBTQ+ community centerDestination Tomorrow, a New York-based LGBTQ+ community center, now has a destination in Atlanta. The Black trans-led organization will provide a number of community services in underserved areas.
MUST Ministries launches its annual summer lunch programCobb County-based MUST Ministries has launched its annual lunch program to ensure that no child goes hungry during the period when kids are out of school.
Local doctor weighs in on state's first potential monkeypox caseHealth officials are reporting a suspected case of monkeypox here in Georgia, as the number of confirmed cases continues to increase worldwide.
Atlanta Open Tennis Tournament is coming July 23-31Atlanta Open Tournament Director Eddie Gonzalez previews the upcoming action from Atlantic Station.
New affordable housing becoming available near BeltLineA ribbon-cutting ceremony was to celebrate the opening of Parkside, an affordable housing community on Atlanta's west side, near the BeltLine's West Side Trail.
2022 Atlanta Pride Run 5K expected to draw big turnout on June 5More than 1,200 runners are expected to participate in this year’s event, which is more than double the amount of participants in 2019.
Mayor Dickens holds 'Signing Day' for Summer Youth Employment ProgramThousands of kids will be able to land jobs this summer through a city youth employment program. Mayor Andre Dickens held a signing day for several businesses committed to offering jobs.
New Stonecrest mayor discusses plans to “rebuild, reform and restore” the cityAfter several years of corruption and scandal, the City of Stonecrest is entering a new chapter with a new mayor.
The Credible Messenger Youth Summer Violence Program Intervenes To Move Young Offenders Away From A Life Of CrimeThe program is in its second year and has a 90% success rate.
Atlanta Mayor Announces New Summer Safety ProgramThe city unveils its plan to reduce crime this summer.
COVID cases are increasingDoctors says the number of cases are under reported due to home testing.
Mayor Dickens updates reporters on city lights initiativeThe mayor says the city is well on its way to fulfilling his promise to install 10,000 streetlights as part of his "Light Up The Night" initiative that he championed during his mayoral campaign.

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