An audit of more than 160,000 water meters in the city of Atlanta could call into question the accuracy of thousands of water and sewer bills.
East Point Mayor Earnestine Pittman said Sunday the lawsuit to remove her from office is “frivolous” and is motivated by the anger of one of the plaintiffs.
A 32-year-old motorcyclist was left in critical condition late Friday after being struck by an SUV on an Atlanta street, police said.
Atlanta-Fulton’s Auburn Avenue Research Library will hold a community forum Saturday on the legacy of baseball’s “Negro leagues” and their impact on modern sports.
A judge has ordered the state to provide Medicaid coverage for a pricey drug that prevents premature births.
A judge has ordered the state to halt a policy that made it difficult for women to get Medicaid coverage for a pricey drug that prevents premature births.
Atlanta City Council Member Cleta Winslow and Invest Atlanta, the city’s economic development agency, will host a homebuying workshop and tour from 8:30 a.m.
Former Atlanta Public Schools testing coordinator Theresia Copeland vigorously denied any involvement in the APS cheating scandal during the second day of her tribunal on Friday, disputing the account of a witness who said she saw Copeland changing answers on tests in her office after hours.
Shawn L. Jones, deputy chief of the Atlanta Police Department, will speak at the Buckhead Business Association weekly breakfast on Thursday, Aug.
A 22-year-old man was sentenced to life in prison plus five years for fatally gunning down a man in Atlanta, the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office announced Friday.