Dunwoody has completed its road repaving for the year, making the drive smoother on more than 50 roads, the city announced Wednesday.
A Cobb County church has opened its doors to law enforcement officers and first responders who may need a place to take a pit stop or a grab a few refreshments for the road.
When City of LaGrange staff learned about swift silt accumulation in Piney Woods Lake, the city began looking into where the extra dirt was coming from, and a contractor soon found banks eroding due to landowners clearing the buffers meant to hold the creek banks in place.
Following a recent public hearing, the Duluth City Council voted to approve modifications to the city’s Unified Development Code.
The Snellville Police Department recently won the top prize at the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety awards banquet.
Decatur began construction and installation this week on a pedestrian hybrid beacon across from Westchester Elementary School on Scott Boulevard.
In spite of objections from several area residents, the Powder Springs City Council voted on Sept. 16 to grant a pouring license for alcoholic beverages and a variance to the former Sullivan House.
The city of Chamblee is the 11th local government in Georgia to decriminalize the possession of marijuana.
After a summer packed with residents’ cries for safer streets, Atlanta has accepted a $10,000 grant to improve the Jackson Street Bridge to make it safer for bicyclists, pedestrians, and electric scooter riders.
The Milton City Council has approved paying a consultant $35,000 to research and develop an ordinance that would create – in the words of a staff report – “equestrian/agricultural friendly land use practices.”