Emory University students and faculty upset over President James Wagner's decision to cut liberal arts programs and a recent column protested the Friday night launch party of a photography exhibition about the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. According to Emory Cuts, the protesters "objected to the positioning of President Wagner and Emory College as patrons of the African-American civil rights and global anti-poverty movements."
A judge on Friday set bond for Louis Rivera, the man who police say attacked a woman at the Historic Fourth Ward Skate Park while being videotaped. The 54-year-old has been advised to stay away from the Atlanta Beltline park and the victim.
That old boarded-up gas station in Midtown on Ponce de Leon Avenue is becoming ... a gas station.
Teardowns in Atlanta: Before and after.
Auburn Avenue water main break! Damn you, streetcar construction!
A state representative wants Hollywood to be able to film sunsets and love scenes on Georgia's beaches.
The CEO of the company that makes Tabasco - who was also a member of the family that created the hot sauce - has died.
Hey, what's that paper he's holding in his hand? Is it his indictment?
Man somebody woke up on the wrong side of the hay stack today.
Eric, I don't believe the accuracy of your numbers. Many in Israel aren't happy with…
The GWCC is part of the State of Georgia. Are you also going to claim…
@ Plain Talk
The stadium will be owned by the Georgia World Congress Center Authority…