Cities In The News
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Since March, the city of Loganville’s alcohol rules have lurched to and fro more than a drunk staggering through an alley.
Following several pedestrian and scooter-related deaths and injuries this summer, Atlanta City Council’s transportation committee requested the city planning department conduct a study evaluating the city’s speed limits in an effort to make them and the city’s streets safer for residents.
Snellville City Council has passed new regulations for short-term rentals, including Airbnb.
It’s shaping up to be a win-some, lose-some proposition for local leaders who want the state to change its plans regarding express lanes that will be built on Ga. 400.
Dunwoody resident Jason Metzger was on his bicycle about a mile from his home three years ago when a near-calamity changed his attitude toward safety and his behavior on the roads.
After a year — like so many before it — filled with news reports of mass shootings, Atlanta employees and elected officials are now required to undergo annual active shooter training.
After gathering residents’ ideas online and holding a public input meeting to show them a draft design, Alpharetta has adopted a conceptual master plan for the new, Mid-Broadwell Park.
The Roswell City Council has approved a $124,232 design contract for improvements at the intersection of West Crossville Road (Ga. 92) and Woodstock/King Road.
Pooler City Council met Monday night with a long to-do list of agenda items after their Sept. 3 meeting was canceled due to Hurricane Dorian.
The City of LaGrange is currently reviewing options for the Dawson Street School property in the Dixie Mill community, and while the future use of the property remained unclear during the city council’s last work session, the actual school building’s days may be numbered.
The Georgia Historical Society and City of Hogansville dedicated a historic marker Saturday in honor of former postmaster Isaiah Lofton, who lived through an assassination attempt in 1897.
So-called 5G wireless technology promises connection speeds 10 times greater than current cellphone technology.
For the past 11 years as the Dalton Police Department's public relations specialist, Bruce Frazier has been on the scene of numerous fires and crimes, helping safety officials keep the public informed.
A swearing-in ceremony was held Monday for 20 Waynesboro Police officers to become deputy sheriffs.
Augusta Commission members interviewed three finalists Monday for the often-vacant city Human Resources director position.
Mayor Hardie Davis will call for additional funding to demolish blighted properties at Tuesday’s Augusta Commission meeting.
Athens-Clarke County Police Chief Cleveland Spruill has now experienced busy football Saturdays in the Classic City.
Savannah city leaders grabbed shovels, donned hard hats and fought off swarms of love bugs Friday as they broke ground for the new westside arena.
Rome prepares for small-cell wireless rollout expected to hit Georgia in waves.
Road resurfacing and rail crossing improvements are Grantville’s goals for the Transportation Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax.
The LaGrange City Council committed to increase its funding to the Chattahoochee Riverkeeper by $1,500 for clean-up efforts at West Point Lake.
LaGrange City Council members hear a lot about the price of utility bills, despite the city’s utility prices ranking well below the rates of many other municipal providers.
Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation will celebrate equipment grants valued at $38,367 awarded to Liberty County Fire Services and the City of Hinesville Fire Department during a 2:30 p.m. dedication event on Tuesday, September 17 at Firehouse Subs, located at 556 West Oglethorpe Highway in Hinesville, GA 31313.
Preparing the county for additional growth was a common theme among local officials who spoke at the annual State of the Community Address in Grovetown on Thursday.
Grovetown resident plans to sue the city over sewer fees.
Officials with the city of Thomasville recently accepted two awards from the Georgia Downtown Association. The awards were in recognition of the Creative District Vision Plan and the West Jackson Streetscape Project. According to City Manager Alan Carson, these awards represent the efforts of many in the community who believed in the vision for the area of West Jackson Street, known as The Bottom District.
Governor Brian P. Kemp recognized the performance and impact of the state’s tourism industry while attending the 2019 Georgia Governor’s Tourism Conference in LaGrange.
Milledgeville Main Street/Downtown Development Authority was recently recognized at the state level at the annual Georgia Downtown Association Conference.
Valdosta-Lowndes County Parks & Recreation Authority is holding public input sessions as part of its master plan process.
“I love being mayor,” Hahira Mayor Bruce Cainsaid. “Before I was mayor, I was on the city council, so I’ve been in city government for 12 years. I was born and raised in Hahira, and I love giving back to the community.”
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