The city of Atlanta is no longer releasing rentable, e-scooters back to the companies that own them without receiving impoundment fees after the devices have been picked up for being parked improperly.
In an effort to reduce DUI and distracted driving-related deaths, the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety awarded Atlanta police with a $332,970 grant.
Atlanta residents will decide in March whether to renew a longstanding penny sales tax city officials say has been used to fix the city’s water and sewer issues while keeping utility rates low.
The Atlanta City Council took a first step Monday toward creating an Inspector General position to root out City Hall corruption.
Councilman Michael Julian Bond is hosting the event, which will show residents how to use the touchscreen devices that print out a ballot after it’s been cast.
Atlanta City Council will honor Mary Frances Early, the University of Georgia’s first black graduate, during its meeting on Monday.
District 2 Atlanta City Council member Amir Farokhi has launched the "Downtown Decides" campaign to have residents choose how to spend one million dollars allotted for transportation infrastructure improvements in the downtown portion of council district 2.
An Atlanta city council committee voted unanimously in favor of a ban of non-compostable single-use plastic bags, straws and Styrofoam used to serve food at city buildings and at the world’s busiest airport.
The chairman of the powerful Georgia House Rules Committee has died after suddenly collapsing at a lawmaker retreat.
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.