Cobb keeps the lights on

Thousands of Atlantans remain without power this week, still feeling the effects of Hurricane Irma’s rampage through the state.  For those living in Cobb though, the lights never even went out.  Unlike Fulton and DeKalb counties, Cobb managed to avoid the...

U.S. Rep. Loudermilk involved in wreck

U.S. Representative Barry Loudermilk and his wife were involved in a dangerous car wreck Tuesday while driving through Tennessee on their way back to Washington D.C.  Their car was struck from behind and went off the road, flipping multiple times.  Luckily the...

Krog Street Market up for sale

East Atlanta’s popular Krog Street Market is up for sale – but it might be a good thing.  The Inman Park-based development is reportedly doing well, and owners Paces Properties are expected to make a healthy profit on their $13.5 million investment made in...

Former Gov. joins Equifax lawsuit

Former Georgia Governor Roy Barnes has joined the team of lawyers filing a class action lawsuit against local credit agency Equifax following a massive data breach that leaked sensitive personal information of nearly 150 million people.  The suit promises to be a...

Giving a helping hand to gangs

Atlanta City Councilman Kwanza Hall sponsored, and a majority of Council passed, a resolution with widespread ramifications. It says in part that Atlanta police “shall not arrest, detain, extend the detention of, transfer custody of, or transport anyone solely...

Atlanta unveils plan to keep rent low

The City of Atlanta has made it known that rapid gentrification and soaring rent prices are a major concern going forward, (just ask the last Beltline CEO) and now it has a plan.  Mayor Kasim Reed Wednesday announced a strategy that would involve finding private...

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