Doraville development moving to reality

  Doraville city planners are prepared to consider a new rezoning request for a major live-work-play development that revamp the city’s image. Assembly, a major development at the site of the old General Motors Assembly plant, has been on the drawing board for...

Check out this precinct map from CD-6

  This neat map from the AJC shows how each of the individual precincts in Georgia’s 6th Congressional District voted on Tuesday. As you can see Democrat Jon Ossoff took home a plurality in the vast majority of the precincts, with Karen Handel winning...

Election night roundup – the other races

  The race to replace Tom Price in Georgia’s 6th District clearly stole the headlines on Wednesday morning, but there were a handful of other local races on the ballot across Metro Atlanta. In the newly formed city of Stonecrest three City Council members...

Searching for alternative transit? How about bikes?

  Ever since the I-85 bridge collapse Atlantans citywide have been searching for alternative means of transportation.  The GDOT has urged commuting and the murmurings of MARTA expansion continue to get louder, but could the answer be bicycles?   The City of...

And Then There Were Two

Two candidates enter, one candidate leaves. After a rowdy primary featuring 18 candidates, Jon Ossoff and Karen Handel will now enter the runoff thunderdome. As of this writing, Ossoff was hovering around 48%, Handel at 20% and the Bob Gray, Judson Hill, Dan Moody...

State Senate race heads to runoff

  Democrat Christine Triebsch took home 24% of the vote in the race for 32, advancing to the runoff where she will face second place finisher Republican Kay Kirkpatrick, who advanced with 21%. The crowded race, often an afterthought with the nationally recognized...

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