GoFundMe officials have frozen an account with $184,000 raised
to send a homeless young man to school. The 19-year-old student, Fred Barley, says he rode his bike 50 miles to register for Gordon State College, then slept in a tent on campus until local police officers found him and chipped in to get him a hotel room. The woman who took up Barley's cause and started the campaign says she now has "multiple questions
about his story." So far she hasn't elaborated on any of those questions.
Soon-to-be-former Cobb County Chairman Tim Lee sent an email
to supporters after losing in this week's runoff election. Though he doesn't mention the new Braves stadium by name, he stands by his decision. He says, "That investment - however unfairly maligned and misrepresented - is already paying off and will enrich this community long after many of us are gone."
Think tiny house living might be right for you? Stop by the Decatur Tiny House Festival
this weekend to learn about the benefits and challenges
of living in such a small place, plus get informed about Georgia's and Atlanta's laws on minimum square footage requirements for homes.
Curbed Atlanta invites Atlantans to sound off on controversial developer Jeff Fuqua in a poll
regarding the plans for his latest project in Reynoldstown.
, Georgia illustrator and founding editor of MAD Magazine, has died at age 91. “There is not a humorous illustrator in the past 50 years who hasn’t been influenced by him,” says MAD art director Sam Viviano.