The 509 steam engine sits less than a quarter mile east from the Central Georgia Railroad tracks in Macon. The locomotive is one of the few remaining steam engines that traveled the rail lines in central Georgia.
The Atlanta Streetcar is set to welcome its first group of passengers. Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed and other officials will be on hand for a grand opening ceremony Tuesday morning at Woodruff Park. Reed has said passengers are invited to ride for free for the first three months of service.
AirTran Airways is no more.
The airline’s final flight departed from Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson Airport Sunday night.
The airline was known as ValuJet when it was founded in Atlanta in 1992. The company changed its name in the late 90s, following a pair of serious accidents.
This week as we continue our series on Savannah’s East Broad Street, we’ll hear from a couple who opened a Bed and Breakfast on East Broad and young entrepreneurs who chose to locate their new business in this historic corridor
Atlanta’s Grady Memorial Hospital is locked in a bitter dispute with the state’s largest health insurance company. Grady’s agreement with BlueCross BlueShield of Georgia expired last month. That means the hospital is now outside of BlueCross’ network.
2015 could be the year that a second airport in the Atlanta area offers passenger flights. Officials in Paulding County, about an hour northwest of the city, have been working for several years to lure commercial service to their airports. But the fight isn’t over.