Community officials are continuing to move forward on their proposed Buckhead City movement. Meanwhile, Atlanta's new mayor, Andre Dickens, along with the Atlanta City Council, together, are forming a new task force to fight the move.
Family of Gwinnett Co. woman killed in accidental shooting seeks justiceA family is left shattered and looking for answers nearly a year after a Gwinnett County woman was killed in what police called an accidental shooting.
College Park breaks ground on Gateway Pedestrian Bridge and TrailCollege Park broke ground on a pedestrian bridge and trail that’s building connections in more ways than one.
GHSA facing major shortage of officials, looking to recruit moreThe Georgia High School Association is going into the new season with a shortage of officials. They are looking to recruit more. For information on applying, please visit their website at GHSA.net.
Metro Atlanta church giving away shoes ahead of start of schoolNew Birth Missionary Baptist Church gave away hundreds of pairs of shoes and socks to children from across the DeKalb Couny community ahead of the start of school.
The INFLCR NIL Summit was recently held in AtlantaAt the NIL Summit, 'Name, Image, Likeness' was discussed heavily in terms of how those factors leverage dollars for student athletes and their futures. The summit allowed student athletes and brands to connect with each other.
UGA and Georgia State are 3 weeks out from their season openersGeorgia State is concentrating on special teams and while both teams are shoring up their squads ahead of their September 3 openers.
BeREGGAE Music and Arts Festival brings entertainment, healing to the communityThe BeREGGAE Fest, the largest festival of its kind in the Southeast, is back for a 9th year, bringing lots of entertainment, music, food and vendors to Piedmont Park.
West Point mother, attorney respond to officer's racial slur caught on security cameraTomeshia Madden and her attorney, Wendell Major, discuss the viral video showing a West Point officer using a racial slur outside her home.
Hands to Heal GA raising funds for program to help youth cope with stress, anxietyReports show kids returning to school are dealing with more mental health issues than ever, and a local non-profit is launching a program to provide some relief.
Vaccination rates for young people remains low in GeorgiaAccording to experts, Covid vaccination rates among youngsters remains very low in the state of Georgia, despite rising instances of infection.
Georgia Seniors Farmers Market hosted in Fulton CountyFulton County is hosting the events to help provide fresh, healthy foods for those age 60 and older.
Black Restaurant Week underway in Atlanta through August 14Black Restaurant Week founders encourage businesses to provide dining specials to boost sales, which allows them to hire more staff, expand and handle rising food costs.
Clean air advocates urge Georgia school systems to apply for school bus rebate fundingTime is running out for Georgia school systems looking to get funding to improve air quality for students. Local clean air advocates are raising awareness about the issue and the deadline.
Local advocates oppose Atlanta City Jail bed lease agreementThe city of Atlanta has reached an agreement to lease hundreds of beds at the Atlanta City Jail to Fulton County inmates. The agreement is sparking outrage among community advocates.
The newest and hottest cars can be found at the Caffeine and Octane Show in Cobb CountyThe car show has recently moved to Town Center at Cobb in Kennesaw, where fans can see the latest and greatest vehicles as well as some old classics.
Ebenezer Baptist Church sponsored a Back To School expo this weekendThe Back To School expo sponsored by Ebenezer Baptist Church included wellness checks, school supplies and other activities ahead of the beginning of school in metro Atlanta.
DeKalb County hosts monkeypox vaccination eventOfficials in DeKalb County hosted a monkeypox vaccination event on Friday for those in at-risk groups. According to experts, the vaccines are coming from the national stockpile and are available for those identified as being from at-risk groups for contracting the ailment.
Expanded school lunch program expires in Atlanta Public SchoolsWhile the pandemic school lunch program has expired, Atlanta families can still apply for free or reduced-price lunches for their children for the upcoming school year.
National Medical Association's origins lauded with historic markerThe National Medical Association was founded in a church downtown Atlanta 127 years ago, during a time of civil and social unrest across the nation. The group of pharmacists, physicians and other medical professionals continues to provide services to the community.
Atlanta drum corps members march in DCI Southeast CompetitionSome of the world’s most elite drum and bugle corps showed up and showed out in Atlanta this weekend for the Drum Corps International Southeast Championship.
Tuesday marked the first day of practice in full pads for the FalconsThe first pre-season game for the Atlanta Falcons is August 12 when they visit the Detroit Lions.
'Reimagine The Legacy' honored the life and legacy of John Lewis'Reimagine The Legacy' was a presentation honored the life and legacy of the late civil rights leader and US Congressman John Lewis over the weekend. It took place in the shadow of the John Lewis 'Hero' mural in downtown Atlanta.
MARTA's new Rinse & Repeat art project seeing life at stations across regionThe new Rinse & Repeat art installation is now showing up at MARTA stations across the metro area. Poetry from local artists are etched in the sidewalks, but are only visible when wet from the rain or other water sources.
Kids learning about nature, science, ecology at Trees Atlanta Summer CampKids are learning how to identify different trees and other plant life as part of the Trees Atlanta Summer Camp. The camp is also teaching about nature, science, biology and ecology.