The Arby's Foundation announced a gift Thursday after reports that about 700 students in Decatur City Schools soon would receive cheese sandwiches instead of regular meals at lunch.
American roads are becoming more dangerous. Decatur resident Matthew Shaer wrote about why for The New York Times.
The family of a Georgia woman who died last year after she fell from a moving patrol car has filed a civil rights lawsuit. The lawsuit announced Wednesday says sheriff's deputies improperly arrested her and ultimately caused her death.
With pedestrian deaths in the U.S. at their highest point in four decades, advocates and urban residents across the nation are urging city councils and state lawmakers to break from transportation spending focused on road improvements and car culture. From Salt Lake City to Atlanta to Charlotte, N.C., frustrated residents are pushing for increased funding for public transportation and improvements that make it safer to travel by bike or on foot.
A supplier of graphite for electric batteries says it will invest $800 million to build a factory in southwest Georgia, hiring 400 workers. Anovion Tecnologies, based in Chicago, said it would make synthetic graphite anode in Bainbridge.
Amid bans on teaching controversial topics related to race, Black families have embraced schools that affirm their African American heritage. Some parents in Georgia have found solace in Kilombo Academic & Cultural Institute, a private K-8 school in an Atlanta suburb.
Georgia House Speaker Jon Burns says state lawmakers will make another push to improve mental health care this year. He said Tuesday that a forthcoming bill will include a series of changes, plus multiple studies aimed at setting the groundwork for more action in the years ahead.
Roslyn Pope has died aged 84. She was a 21-year-old senior at Spelman College when she wrote "An Appeal for Human Rights," laying out the reasons for the Atlanta Student Movement in 1960.
Some Georgia senators want to permanently block schools and most government agencies from requiring people to get vaccinated against COVID-19. Lawmakers put a one-year ban into law in 2022, but it expires June 30 if they don't act.
Officials in metro Atlanta are launching a shuttle service helping residents reach the grocery store after one location, nicknamed the “Baby” Kroger, shut down after more than 20 years.
A suspect wanted in connection with a fatal shooting at the Mall of America in December was arrested in Georgia on Tuesday. Bloomington, Minnesota, Police Chief Booker Hodges says the 17-year-old suspect was taken into custody in Decatur, Georgia, by federal and state law enforcement officials.
A Georgia nurse has been named to a Biden administration panel looking at the issue of Black maternal mortality.
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