Rosalynn Carter was memorialized with classical music and beloved hymns, some of her favorite Biblical passages, and a rare gathering of all living U.S. first ladies and multiple presidents, including her 99-year-old husband Jimmy Carter.
Bailey's assemblages, including installations at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport and the High Museum, bridged cultural history with the modern Black experience.
Police used tear gas and flash-bang grenades to halt a march seeking to stop construction of a police and firefighter training center in Atlanta. The clash came Monday at the end of a 2-mile protest march to the training center site.
Nearly five dozen people indicted on racketeering charges related to protests against a planned police and firefighter training facility appeared in court as their supporters rallied outside the courthouse in Atlanta.
Mayor Andre Dickens has appointed John Flanagan as the commissioner of the newly established Atlanta Department of Labor and Employment Services.
Atlanta's city government will scan and release copies of petitions against a proposed police and firefighter training center. That's even though the city still isn't verifying voter signatures or otherwise moving forward with the citywide referendum sought by "Stop Cop City" activists.
Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock has urged Atlanta's mayor to be more transparent in how city officials handle a petition drive led by opponents of a proposed police and firefighter training center. Warnock's letter Friday comes after weeks of calls from "Stop Cop City" activists who were furious that the state's top Democrats had stayed largely silent over the city's plan to adopt a signature-matching verification process.
A federal judge overseeing the case involving Atlanta activists' referendum effort against a police and firefighter training facility has accused city officials of moving the goalposts on the signature-gathering campaign.
Officials from the City of Atlanta have refused to verify tens of thousands of signatures submitted by activists who have been trying for two years to stop the construction of a police and firefighter training center. The city clerk's office on Monday cited a recent court order that it said bars it from processing the paperwork.
The City of Atlanta is launching a new language guide and as part of an ongoing effort to promote diversity, equity and inclusion.
Sixty-one people have been indicted in Georgia on racketeering charges following a long-running state investigation into protests against an Atlanta-area proposed police and firefighter training facility that critics call "Cop City."
The third annual 2023 Mayor’s Pride Exhibit will debut at Atlanta City Hall beginning in October.
Atlanta's police chief is urging the public to come forward with information about those who set police motorcycles on fire last month in protest over the planned construction of a public safety training center that critics call "Cop City."
Hundreds of canvassers have spread out across Atlanta in hopes of convincing more than 70,000 residents to sign onto a petition that activists believe is their best chance to halt the planned construction of a huge police and firefighter training center.
A federal judge has significantly extended the deadline for Atlanta organizers who have been trying to gather more than 70,000 signatures to force a vote on the construction of a police and firefighter training center that critics call "Cop City."