Dentons’ Tanenblatt talks philanthropy initiative

  This week a handful of Georgia business leaders launched goBeyondProfit, a philanthropic initiative that seeks to shine a light on the charitable acts made by companies statewide in an effort to encourage corporate generosity. Funded by Jackson Healthcare,...

Abrams Hosts Public Education Town Hall

  As the Republican candidates continue to bash each other during the primary runoff – some even having embarrassing secret recordings emerge – Stacey Abrams continues to travel across Georgia as part of the general election. On Wednesday in Atlanta, she held a...

Feds Give Boost to Highway 400 Project

  For the 230,000 drivers on State Route 400 everyday – sitting in their cars for an hour whether the trip is 40 miles or 10 miles – some relief may be on the way. Assuming you’re willing to pony up a little bit. The state is planning to building some...

Atlanta under fire for dilapidated sidewalks

  The City of Atlanta may have avoided a lawsuit regarding the ongoing open records investigation at City Hall, but now it faces another – a class action suit brought forward on behalf of disabled residents under the Americans with Disabilities Act. The...

Defeated Black Candidates Undermine Democratic Unity

  Several black and female Democrat candidates are not handling defeat well in the wake of Georgia’s May 22 primary, causing headaches for Democratic Party unity as it prepares for the fall election campaign. Some Democrats note this is especially undermining the...

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