24 min ago | Rome News
A high school in Clayton County is set to graduate five sets of twins during its graduation ceremony on Friday.
4 hrs ago | 11 Alive
A hundred public safety employees, their families and other backers, started the day outside city hall-loudly making a point about their city salaries.
5 hrs ago | Clover Herald
Don't worry, the $652 million plan to deepen Savannah's busy shipping channel remains very much on President Barack Obama's radar, the mayor of Atlanta told coastal business and political leaders Thursday.
9 hrs ago | Creative Loafing Atlanta
Peruse the lineup for this year's Atlanta Jazz Festival and you'll notice a number of artists listed who - much to the chagrin of a few hardcore traditionalists - don't neatly fit into the standard "jazz" categories.
13 hrs ago | WLTX-TV Columbia
13 hrs ago | SavannahNow
A month ago, the retired Army lieutenant colonel had a brainstorm that the Atlanta History Center's dedication of its redone Veterans Park on Memorial Day would be more memorable if it could include a "Sacred Soil" ceremony.
13 hrs ago | Patch.com
Late Wednesday, Atlanta Police Department homicide investigators released surveillance photos of three people they wanted to interview in connection with the May 7 shooting and homicide of Jerrick Jackson in northwest Atlanta.
Atlanta fire crews battled a huge, two-alarm blaze at an automotive business downtown on Wednesday morning.
Five people made a quick escape from a MARTA bus just before it was hit by a train Wednesday morning.
A free concert this Saturday is intended to bring to light the issue of commercial sexual exploitation of children .
Proctor Creek, the waterway that snakes from downtown and through northwest Atlanta before ending in the Chattahoochee River, wasn't always so polluted, says Na'Taki Osborne Jelks.
Authorities say a train and a public bus collided in an Atlanta suburb, causing traffic tie-ups at the start of the morning rush hour.
Deep in a wooded ravine on a vacant parcel in Peoplestown sits a mountain of old tires.
A group of metro Atlanta business community leaders are pledging $10.5 million to improve one of the state's busiest and most congested freeway interchanges.
"I was kind of choked up a bit. I just couldn't believe it at first," said long-time employee Mike Lopez.
Even though Chelesa Fearce was homeless for most of her high school years, the young dynamo will still manage to graduate high school with honors on Thursday as its star student and the class valedictorian, reports WSBTV .