Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms and others weighed in on Aaron’s death and his impact on the city.
Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms addressed the City of Atlanta’s spike in violent crimes, including gang and gun violence, during her first press conference of the year on January 21, 2021.
The Atlanta Fire Rescue Department has a new fire chief.
Atlanta BeltLine Inc. officials say another $350 million is needed to complete the 22-mile loop of main trail around the city’s urban core.
Nine months after bus service was suspended due to the pandemic, two DeKalb cities are calling on MARTA to reinstate bus routes that serve apartment complexes where many essential workers live.
President-elect Joe Biden has nominated Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms for a position with the Democratic National Committee that would place her in charge of civic engagement and voter protection.
Hartsfield-Jackson International wants to codify into law its policy of restricting access to the airport during overnight hours, a move it made to reduce the number of homeless people showing up there.
The city of Atlanta is moving forward with plans to designate the old Kodak building on Ponce de Leon Avenue as a historic landmark.
Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms signed the legislation Jan. 11 to issue up to $50 million in bonds to build or preserve affordable housing.
Before Fulton County’s 1% transportation special-purpose local-option sales tax (TSPLOST) ends in March 2022, its leaders will have two decisions to make: when to put its voter referendum for renewal on the ballot and whether or not the levy’s transit/MARTA component will be included this time.