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Decatur began construction and installation this week on a pedestrian hybrid beacon across from Westchester Elementary School on Scott Boulevard.
In spite of objections from several area residents, the Powder Springs City Council voted on Sept. 16 to grant a pouring license for alcoholic beverages and a variance to the former Sullivan House.
The city of Chamblee is the 11th local government in Georgia to decriminalize the possession of marijuana.
After a summer packed with residents’ cries for safer streets, Atlanta has accepted a $10,000 grant to improve the Jackson Street Bridge to make it safer for bicyclists, pedestrians, and electric scooter riders.
South Fulton: Would a city by any other name smell as sweet?
The Milton City Council has approved paying a consultant $35,000 to research and develop an ordinance that would create – in the words of a staff report – “equestrian/agricultural friendly land use practices.”
Two proposed, self-storage projects had different fates before the Sandy Springs City Council: One had the neighbors upset and was rejected, while the other had community support and was approved.
Oakwood announced Tuesday, Sept. 17, that City Manager Stan Brown would serve as the interim city clerk.
The Duluth City Council has voted to approve an ordinance creating smoke-free zones for any city-owned or operated building, indoor or outdoor recreational facility.
In increasingly gentrified cities, residents are often at risk of losing their homes. In Atlanta, senior citizens who’ve lived in neighborhoods for decades are particularly at risk.
The Johns Creek City Council has approved a $340,000 task order to have its engineering consultant, Lowe Engineers, complete plans to widen Haynes Bridge Road from two to four lanes.
The Georgia Downtown Association has recognized the city of Canton with a 2019 Best Façade Rehabilitation Project award for its restoration of the historic Jones Mercantile Building.
West Savannah residents and city officials celebrated a new beginning on Tuesday with a groundbreaking for a new home.
Pooler Councilwoman and Mayor Pro-Tem Rebecca Benton will be running for Pooler mayor in the Nov. 5 municipal election.
Tranquilizer darts with tracking devices are on order following increased reports of a pack of feral dogs roaming the streets of Rome.
The second Pastors and Leaders Luncheon focused on the importance of building relationships now, instead of when something big happens in the community.
Senoia will be implementing uniform standards for the multi-use paths built in the city.
Randall Walker won a landslide victory in the race for mayor of Perry in Tuesday’s election.
The Hogansville City Council approved an emergency storm water repair expenditure Monday night. The repairs originally started weeks ago but stopped after engineers found more extensive damage.
Pets caught inside of a structure on fire in West Point can breathe a little easier now that the West Point Fire Department is the owner of three pet oxygen masks donated by Invisible Fence.
The building was completely gutted inside and renovated with new walls, floors, lighting and furniture. The outside...
Dalton Mayor Dennis Mock is back home and recuperating after a health scare that had him in Hamilton Medical Center for a week.
Augusta commissioners gave a cold reception Tuesday to Mayor Hardie Davis’ plan to address blight in a target area using money from a bond.
The Augusta Commission approved Tuesday creating a fifth precinct for the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office at the Publix shopping center owned by an Augusta National Golf Club entity, pending review by the city Law and Finance departments.
The city of Thomasville will host the final session of a three-part public outreach series designed to help citizens understand the multiple components that contribute to a strong local economy.
Three candidates for the mayor's office were grilled on topics ranging from crime to city transit Sunday in a public debate.
The city culminated seven and a half years of work on Sept. 16 with the reintroduction of Greyhound Lines bus service to Moultrie.
City of Thomasville-owned facility that pretreats industrial discharge will be transferred to the Thomasville Payroll Development Authority (PDA).
The Ball Ground City Council adopted a new service delivery area map and granted new authorities to the Cherokee County Water and Sewer Authority during Thursday night’s meeting.
Around 25 residents of the Conestoga Mobile Home Park attended the Monroe City Council’s Tuesday night meeting to voice their concerns and fears over the park’s future.
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