by Kelly Yamanouchi, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Officers at Hartsfield-Jackson International have issued more than 300 citations to Uber and Lyft drivers trying to pick up passengers at the world’s busiest airport in recent months, according to airport officials.
by J. Scott Trubey, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
The Turner Field area — now dominated by a ballpark and lonely parking lots — could be a denser and more walkable community with a street grid much like what was lost decades ago by development of two stadiums and freeways.
In the years since Vanshelle Turner’s sister went to Thomasville Heights Elementary School, in the years since she herself taught there, Thomasville had been dubbed one of the worst schools in the state by Atlanta Public Schools’ own superintendent.
Five years ago this week, a parent group asked the federal government to investigate whether a Gwinnett County program would stunt the educational progress of minority students and students with disabilities.
Right after the Sept. 11 attacks, I ran into Hillary Clinton outside an armory in Manhattan that served as a sort of clearing house for tragedy, where people brought pictures of the missing and checked for information.
Two months ago, I wrote that DeKalb County Commissioner Sharon Barnes Sutton was stooping to a new race-baiting low when she distributed a flyer showing that her opponent, a black man named Steve Bradshaw, is married to a white woman.
On Monday, "Breaking Bad" actor Bryan Cranston called Donald Trump a "supreme narcissist." On Tuesday, Washington Post columnist Dana Milbank referred to Trump's convention appearances as "the triumph of narcissism.
Some dream of going to the Olympics. I’d long dreamed of going to Olympia. I wanted to take a solo road trip like no other, searching for the four sites of the ancient Greek athletic games — Isthmia, Nemea, Delphi and Olympia — precursors to the Olympics spectacle opening in Rio on Aug.