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Best of Meet the Past Museum Theatre Offerings Fill the Entire Campus for a Full Day of Family Fun This family program invites guests to experience the best of Atlanta History Center Meet the Past museum theatre offerings through interactions with characters that bring to life the stories of people from and the surrounding areas.
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There's nothing like living in a "world-class" city. And by some accounts, Atlantans do.
As we march into the dog days of summer -- even though the 63-degree wake-up call on Wednesday didn't feel much like the end of July -- we are starting to see something different in downtown Columbus.
Special Photo / This artist's rendering shows the six-priest rectory the Cathedral of Christ the King in Buckhead is building on a nearly 1-acre residential lot nearby on West Wesley Road.
The Atlanta Braves have announced the group of developers that will build a multimillion dollar, mixed-use site near the team's new suburban ballpark.
It's official! Atlanta will be stop No. 2 and the first southern date on the Garth Brooks World Tour.
He's announced that he'll perform, with Trisha Yearwood, at Philips Arena on September 19th.
Sometime in March 2015 Atlanta residents will be asked to vote on whether the city should take out a loan of up to $250 million to begin fixing its bridges, sidewalks, roads, and other long overdue projects that are a part of the city's nearly $1 billion infrastructure backlog.
Thousands of Metro Atlanta students are returning and preparing to return to classes for the 2014-2015 school year.
Authorities say a police officer was injured when a suspect rammed a stolen car into the officer's cruiser south of Atlanta.
KBS Real Estate Investment Trust has agreed to buy Atlantic Station's 171 17th Street - the Wells Fargo tower - for about $133 million.
Downtown Atlanta took on a circus atmosphere Tuesday as groups on both sides of a proposed federal rule on carbon emissions staged rallies, held press conferences and paraded activists before microphones to testify during an all-day public hearing.
Three former long-time teachers at The Westminster Schools claim Atlanta's second-largest private school fired them "in favor of a younger, more diverse faculty."
For more than two hours Tuesday morning, Columbus Council listened to three experts from Atlanta outlining the advantages of Tax Allocation Districts, an economic development tool that allows newly created tax revenue to be plowed back into specially designated areas for infrastructure improvements to encourage redevelopment.
While the plan to transform the Bellwood Quarry into Westside Reservoir Park waits, as it has done for eight years, an Atlanta councilmember proposes locating the endangered Boisfeuillet Jones Atlanta Civic Center near the site.
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