'Save the Video Store' Immersive 90s Experience in Marietta through June 12If you’re feeling nostalgic and you’re fond of that all-time favorite Blockbuster video store, you’ll get kick out of an experience currently happening in Marietta. Save the Video Store is an immersive experience, where you can play a role in your favorite 90s movie.
Investing in Atlanta's arts communityAtlanta’s art community has faced some unique challenges over the years, especially during the pandemic. Mayor Andre Dickens met with local artists at a gallery on Wednesday to share how the current election will decide the fate of millions of dollars set aside to support them.
Atlanta Public Schools hosts 2022 Special Olympics Track and Field eventA big celebration took place at Lakewood Stadium on Tuesday, with the return of the Atlanta Public Schools Special Olympics.
College savings program launched for Atlanta kindergartenersAtlanta parents and students celebrated the launch of the Hope Child Savings Program, which will help students prepare for college.
Overcrowded LifeLine Animal Project shelters offering $20 pet adoption fee for MayLifeLine Animal Project staff members say there’s an urgent situation inside of their shelters around Metro Atlanta, as several locations are at capacity with hundreds of dogs in desperate need of homes.
Midtown parents oppose Atlanta elementary school rezoning plansParents are pushing back against plans to rezone three Midtown elementary schools and open another elementary school.
Buckhead residents react to proposed Atlanta BeltLine Northwest TrailPlans to complete a stretch of the Atlanta Beltline through the Buckhead area are drawing mixed reactions from residents. This comes after more than a dozen neighborhood meetings where Beltline officials received feedback on the proposed plans.
Atlanta-based expert Buffie Purselle offers financial mental health tipsA cycle of debt and reckless spending can take a toll on your mental health. Buffie Purselle, an Atlanta-based personal finance expert, shares some valuable tips on navigating through these challenges.
Atlanta’s Office of the City Solicitor hosts senior citizen public safety eventThe City of Atlanta’s Office of the City Solicitor joined several agencies on Monday for a second public safety event to educate seniors on ways to avoid becoming victims of crime.
Sen. Raphael Warnock hosts East Point roundtable on high prescription costsLocal senior citizens and health care providers met with Sen. Raphael Warnock (D-GA) on Friday for a discussion on high drug costs.
Atlanta mayor announces pay raises for firefightersAtlanta Mayor Andre Dickens announced a pay raise for firefighters at an event at the Georgia Aquarium on Wednesday morning.
Georgians respond to leaked Supreme Court Roe v. Wade draft opinionThe leaked Supreme Court draft opinion regarding plans to overturn Roe v. Wade is drawing strong reactions from both sides of the aisle in Georgia.
Advocate calls on government to provide free Uber, Lyft service for seniorsA community advocate is demanding city, county, and state officials provide free Uber and Lyft rides for senior citizens.
Georgia State University team competes in entrepreneurship challengeA Georgia State University team is among the top entrepreneur teams in the country competing in a "Shark Tank"-style competition.
DeKalb parents, state officials, pressure school board members over conditionsState officials and parents are putting pressure on DeKalb County school board members to address poor conditions in school buildings and the decision to fire the superintendent.