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A Blue Ridge Scenic Railway excision this month will raise money for the Kennesaw Museum Foundation in support of the Southern Museum of Civil War & Locomotive History.
The threat of rain did little to dampen the spirit for tens of thousands of Atlantans who turned out Saturday to take in the annual Atlanta St. Patrick’s Parade.
The Buckhead community continues to “progress and prosper” as evidenced by a number of key developments over the past year.
The Atlanta Hawks are set to this week name new members of a new diversity council that will develop strategies to ensure the team focuses on diversity.
The Atlanta St. Patrick’s Parade returns to Midtown Atlanta on Saturday, March 14.
Small businesses, even more so than larger corporations, “are the final step in permanently ending homelessness for men and women,” the head of a non-profit organization working to eradicate homelessness told a business organization.
The city of Atlanta will continue to focus on the fundamentals to continue its positive trajectory and ensure a firm financial foundation moving forward, Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed said on Friday.
College is a worthy investment that will pay dividends throughout a graduate’s career, the president of Agnes Scott College told an Atlanta civic organization on Thursday.
The Buckhead Business Association on Thursday honored local businesses for their commitment to the community and for helping to reshape Buckhead.
Education, transportation and economic development top Fulton County Commission Chairman John Eaves’ list of priorities for the year, he told a gathering of business leaders Thursday.