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As Tucker’s city staff prepares to move into a new City Hall later this month, they need help decorating the new space to make it feel uniquely “Tucker.”
Discussions regarding filling the empty seat on the Canton City Council continued during Thursday’s council meeting, with discussion on cost of the election, the electoral process, and a possible draft contract between Canton and the Cherokee County Elections Office.
The City of Rome is one of eight Georgia municipalities who will receive a federal subgrant from the Georgia State Historic Preservation Office to support historic preservation activities.
A sex shop in Marietta had its license revoked after the city found the store was not authorized to sell as much as 90% of its inventory.
Hundreds of marchers of all races and ages gathered at the Cobb NAACP office on Roswell Street in Marietta on Friday afternoon and made the nearly mile-long march to Marietta Square in recognition of Juneteenth.
Augusta is rolling out its COVID-19 small business relief program and will begin accepting applications Monday.
Members of the Cartersville City Council voted unanimously Thursday evening to approve a $4.2 million contract for a safety improvement project at the Cartersville-Bartow County Airport.
One of the items listed first the city’s business for their June 22 meeting is the reading of a proclamation of unity against racial injustice.
The City of Hogansville announced Monday night that the bid opening for renovations to the city's future city hall will begin July 6 at 2 p.m.
Atlanta is one of 10 cities chosen by The Rockefeller Foundation for a new program it's launching to promote more inclusive growth, both short- and long-term.
Doraville has hired a new city manager, officials announced Wednesday. The position has been vacant for almost six months while the police chief served as interim city manager.
The Bremen City Council on Monday approved continuing the fiscal year 2020 budget into the new fiscal year, beginning on July 1.
Some Whitesburg residents are asking why they were not told that a rock quarry might be built on 360 acres north of town. And both the mayor and past and present commissioners for the area told the Times-Georgian on Thursday they are all opposed to the plan.
The move would only affect the city’s portion of the road, or just 400 feet of the 2-mile road. The rest of the road, which runs from McEver Road to Old Federal Road near Lake Lanier, is in unincorporated Hall County.
Flowery Branch’s proposed tax rate for 2020-21 got initial approval at the City Council meeting Thursday, June 18.
There were roughly 20 speakers who came forward and addressed members of the judiciary and law enforcement, discussing national and local issues pertaining to police accountability, jail treatment and potential abuse of power.
The ruling, which came in response to a formal complaint filed by the city of Decatur, paved the way for Thursday’s activities — the culmination of a years-long effort to take the divisive pillar down.
Sandy Springs will schedule public hearings for residents to comment on plans to tweak the spelling of two streets believed to be named after a founder of the Ku Klux Klan. The city also formally encouraged the Georgia General Assembly to approve hate-crimes legislation. Mayor Rusty Paul said the two gestures reflect where the U.S. is in its history.
In a post on its website about the McDonough statue, leaders of the city said they have not had a formal request to take action on the monument.
The City of Albany's annual 4th of July Celebration and fireworks show has been cancelled this year to prevent the spread of COVID-19, city officials announced.
With an eye toward eliminating a potential vulnerability in its communications system, the city of Albany is looking to provide a backup to what could be described as the nerve system for both Albany and Dougherty County governments.
After months of planning and discussion by city stakeholders, Dawsonville officials approved a budget for the upcoming financial year, including spending cuts of 14%, as was recommended by Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp earlier this year.
Members of the Statesboro City Council unanimously approved a motion to designate June 19 as “Juneteenth Independence Day” during Tuesday night’s regularly scheduled City Council meeting.
The Cave Spring City Council approved an application for a tourism grant for a historic black school at a called meeting Thursday.
Euharlee City Manager James Stephens discussed the municipality’s May financials at a work session meeting Tuesday evening.
City of Madison officials are reviewing the Fiscal Year 2020-2021 proposed budget that will be adopted at the end of June.
A memorial to Confederate soldiers would be moved from its place at the intersection of College Avenue at Broad Street under a plan for improved pedestrian flow at the busy intersection.
A controversial rezoning request will be on Port Wentworth’s agenda next week after the property owner threatened litigation.
After receiving proposals from five solid waste operators, the Woodstock City Council has renewed its contract with Georgia Waste Systems Inc., doing business as Waste Management.
In a split vote, with Norcross Councilmember Josh Bare being the only to vote against the measure, the Norcross City Council voted recently to reactivate the Norcross Development Authority.
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