Thursday night the Douglasville City Council discussed a plan to evict the Canada geese that are practically overrunning Hunter Park. That is, try to evict them.
Atlanta’s beverage behemoth and Pittsburgh’s condiment and food giant are joining forces for a sustainability project.
The House has approved legislation that would allow billboard owners to clear-cut trees blocking motorists from seeing their signs. Unless the House votes to reconsider its decision on Monday, the bill now heads to the Senate.
Auburn University officials got their first glimmer of hope Friday since they received word that that school’s beloved live oak trees had been poisoned with a massive dose of a virulent herbicide.
Environmentalists upset over proposed law to exempt Georgia DOT from paying pollution fines.
A federal judge in Wisconsin has ordered Atlanta-based NCR Corp. to help pay an estimated $700 million to clean a contaminated river near Green Bay.
Atlanta will be home to one of four federally funded “Clean Air Research Centers” for studying pollution and how it affects people.
The state of Georgia has asked a federal appeals court to overturn an order threatening the water supply of roughly 3 million people in Metro Atlanta.
Imagine spotting this on the supermarket shelf: liquid laundry detergent in a cardboard bottle.
Trails in Metro Atlanta have become so popular among walkers and joggers and bicyclists, the city’s going to get another one, in Buckhead along Georgia Highway 400.