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.
ATLANTA, January 9, 2014 — The healthcare industry in 2015 needs to be more patient-centric in how it delivers services to patients, the head of a Buckhead-based healthcare system told a civic organization on Thursday. “The industry needs to be much more patient-centric,” Kevin Brown, president and CEO of Piedmont Healthcare said during an appearance before ...
The Southern Museum of Civil War & Locomotive History will host the fifth annual installment of its highly popular “Trains, Trains, Trains” event on Saturday, Jan. 24, 2015. The event will be held from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. throughout the Museum.
The new year is a great opportunity to increase the amount of time, talent and treasure people commit to doing good in the community.
A $3,000 donation from the Buckhead Business Association (BBA) will support The Buckhead Heritage Society’s Interpretive Master Plan.
Economist Jeff Humphreys predicts Georgia is ready to grow in 2015
Tom Brokaw, Celestine Sibley, Claude Sitton and Brenda Wood were inducted as part of the Atlanta Press Club’s fourth class into the hall during a dinner ceremony at the Intercontinental Hotel in Buckhead.
Karen Beavor is quick to note “you live your life in nonprofits” as the impact your life in ways you would not imagine
The Red Cross serves a unique and diverse mission, and the organization’s deep roster of volunteers propels it to success.
Four notable journalists with Atlanta backgrounds will be enshrined in the Atlanta Press Club Hall of Fame during a dinner and ceremony next Friday.
ATLANTA, October 26, 2014 — Matt Breida rushed for 201 yards and four touchdowns to lead Georgia Southern to a 69-31 win Saturday. Georgia Southern shredded Georgia State’s defense for 613 rushing yards. The win marked the 300th in program history for Georgia Southern (6-2) and marked the first-ever match-up with Georgia State (1-7) in ...
Georgia Southern travels to Atlanta this Saturday for a highly anticipated showdown with new conference foe Georgia State.
Dale Jackson threw for five touchdowns Saturday to lead a clearly energized Berry team operating on all cylinders to a 46-24 victory over fellow second-year football program Hendrix. With the win, the Vikings are 2-4 on the year; the Warriors fell to 4-2.
Dale Jackson connected with Josh Bullock on a 25-yard-pass on Berry’s first play from scrimmage in overtime, sealing the first-ever true victory for Berry’s young football program.