The Prince Hall Masonic Lodge in Atlanta's Sweet Auburn Historic District housed the headquarters for the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) that included Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s office from 1963 to his assassination in 1968. The building is now being restored.
After 40 years of sitting unused, "Classics at the Bibb" is bringing people back to Macon's Bibb Theatre, though the future of the building is still unknown.
A unique home located off of Forsyth Road near Wesleyan College has caught the eye of many people traveling down Tucker Road, and now, it is up for sale for more than $1 million.
The translated tour of Macon's history is the latest effort to attract more visitors to the city, and make downtown attractions more accessible.
Atlanta’s dedication to preserving history was on display last month as the city received seven awards from the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation.
The building's white marble design drew inspiration from the 1893 Chicago World's Fair.
A new project aims to collect stories from Black history with the goal of preserving and recognizing that history as a state resource.
The Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation has announced its annual list of threatened historic buildings.
The health care system, city commissioners and the city's historic review board have been at odds for weeks.
The Georgia Department of Transportation is trying to find homes for historic bridges that have outlived their usefulness and need to be replaced.
A five-bedroom Victorian house south of Georgia's capitol was in severe disrepair until an Atlanta couple saw its potential. Then they learned it was built around 1900 by South Atlanta postmaster and civil rights activist Luther Judson Price.
The structure was built in the mid-19th century as the waterworks for the city of Macon. In a news article from 1874, the building was mentioned as “an old moss-covered building." By the early 20th century, it was abandoned until it became an antique shop in 1934 where people would buy wedding presents and birthday gifts.
Located at the corner of Jesse Hill Jr. Drive and Auburn Avenue, in the heart of the Sweet Auburn District, once known as the richest stretch of Black real estate in America, the three-story Atlanta State Savings Bank building still stands. But it has been boarded up for decades. Some want to preserve the historic building.
The city's historic preservation board is fighting a health system's plans for an old school building.
A preservation organization said the home will get a share of $3 million in grants being distributed to 33 sites and organizations nationwide that are important pieces of African American history.