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Anthony Bryant wants to build storage units but inaccurate maps and missing documents at Summerville City Hall continue to impede his progress.
The city of Gainesville is requesting to rezone two pieces of land in midtown for a previously announced mixed-use development that will include 400 apartments.
A mixed-income housing development replacing the Tower Heights Apartments public housing complex in Gainesville is a step closer to reality.
Fire Station No. 2 has sat at the intersection of Holly Drive and Piedmont Road, behind Gainesville First Baptist Church, for 65 years.
The City of Clarkesville will hold a special election in March 2020 to fill the council seat just vacated by John Mitchell.
The Marietta City Council last week paid homage to an elected official who paved the way for black residents to serve in public office.
A request from a resident to put up a Nativity scene at city hall set off a month-long debate in a metro Atlanta community over the government’s role in regulating religious symbols in public spaces.
Prices fluctuate over time — the price of this goes up, the price of that goes up — but Dougherty County Elections Supervisor Ginger Nickerson said this week that past runoff elections like the one scheduled Dec. 3 will cost the city of Albany somewhere in the $30,000 range.
Statesboro City Manager Charles Penny this week announced his appointment of two department heads, Human Resources Director Demetrius Bynes and Public Works and Engineering Director John Washington, filling vacancies.
Advanced voting for the Dec. 3 runoff elections that will decide who will serve as Smyrna's next mayor, as well as the tied Ward 2 council member seat, begins Monday.
The City of Rome is suing a host of Dalton-area carpet manufacturers over what it contends is an ongoing threat to its drinking water.
The city of Johns Creek is interested in what people think of a roundabout that would be near the Chattahoochee River.
This Lowndes County town observes Small Business Saturday, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 30.
The Richmond Hill City Council met in regular session Tuesday to swear-in a new city council member, recognize city employees, and discuss a unified development ordinance.
Each year, Historic Twin City/Main Street sponsors a Christmas holiday decoration contest.
About 125 business and government leaders saw much more than heavy equipment and mounds of dirt at the Savannah Gateway Industrial Hub (SGIH) on Thursday. They spotted tremendous economic potential for Effingham County and Georgia, too.
A groundbreaking ceremony was held Thursday for a massive new industrial development that Effingham County condemned the land for 14 years ago.
Downtown Dalton merchants know the downtown area has a big economic impact on the city, but until now there have been no hard numbers, said Downtown Dalton Development Authority (DDDA) Director George Woodward.
The Covington City Council unanimously approved a contract naming Scott Andrews as the new city manager during a called meeting Wednesday evening.
Otis Johnson, who would go on to become Savannah’s mayor 40 years later, stands as a young man amid Armstrong State College’s class of 1964 after integrating the institution.
Guyton voters are headed back to the polls for runoff elections for the Post 1 and Post 2 Guyton City Council seats. Early voting for the Dec. 3 election ends Wednesday.
Election Superintendent Lois Wright announced the certified results for the Nov. 5 Forest Park election at the Nov. 19 City Council meeting.
Alpharetta police now have an easier path to getting private camera footage, a national trend seen throughout metro Atlanta.
Shovelfuls of red Georgia soil were gently tossed forward at the new site of Gainesville Fire Station 2 on Cleveland Highway. The groundbreaking ceremony for the 14,000-square feet facility to replace the current home of Station 2 was now official.
A developer requesting $22.5 million in tax breaks from the city of Atlanta for a posh project along the Beltline asked for a delay amid complaints from critics and as the project appeared to lack votes to win approval from a city board.
Neat Robinson, Stockbridge city councilwoman, recently attended the National Foundation for Women Legislators’ 2019 Annual Conference in San Antonio, Texas with members of the Georgia General Assembly.
Data intelligence company Collibra will create more than 200 jobs at a new office in Atlanta, Gov. Brian Kemp announced Thursday.
The Alpharetta City Council has accepted a $560,895 proposal from its on-call landscaping contractor for improvements to the Rucker Road roundabouts and other areas affected by recent road construction.
The Sandy Springs City Council has awarded a $268,749 contract to Tri Scapes Inc. to perform landscaping and other services for a multi-purpose path extending from Mount Vernon Highway to Hilderbrand Drive.
A Lawrenceville police officer who cared for a homeless man in her off-duty time, practically adopting him in the process.
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