Atlanta Closes Block Of Edgewood Ave. On Weekends For Pedestrian SafetyAtlanta City Council recently voted to close Edgewood Avenue between Jackson Street and Boulevard NE during weekends this summer to create a pedestrian-friendly area for businesses.
Alleged Atlanta Police Brutality Victims' Families Demand City Buy InsuranceAttorneys and family members of police brutality victims are demanding the City of Atlanta insure police officers and settle their cases.
Atlanta City Council Approves Ban On Chokeholds, Other Police ReformsAmid the ongoing protests and civil unrest following several police use of force incidents, both locally and nationally, the Atlanta City Council passed a number of reforms aimed at improving police and community relations.
Atlanta Pride Parade's 50th Anniversary Not Cancelled: OrganizersThe Atlanta Pride Parade planning committee said the city hasn't cancelled the 50th annual parade and they're still working out details.
Mayor Bottoms Wants An Inspector General To Address CorruptionAtlanta Mayor Bottoms has issued an executive order to urge City Hall to create a new office of inspector general.
E-Scooters Banned On Atlanta City Streets Beginning Friday NightMayor Keisha Lance Bottoms' no-ride zone order takes effect Friday, as the city continues struggling over safety issues.
Atlanta City Council Bans Smoking, Vaping In Public PlacesThe airport, city facilities and other public places are included in the smoking and vaping ban, which was approved Monday.
Updated: Atlanta City Council Votes To Settle Ex-Fire Chief's Lawsuit For $1.2 MillionAtlanta's City Council has voted to settle a $1.2 million lawsuit brought by the city's former fire chief who was dismissed after he wrote a book that included anti-gay passages.
City Council Holds Meeting To Discuss Renaming Confederate Ave.30 people showed up for a public meeting Thursday night on the proposal
Mayor Appoints New Leader For HartsfieldMayor Keisha Lance Bottoms announced Tuesday that John Selden has been appointed general manager
Michael J. Bond, Atlanta City Council, Says The New Stadium Is A Good Thing For Atlanta