Audience Specialist Mandi Albright has been working at the AJC since 2000. She works with the Business, Education and Local Government teams. An Atlanta native, she graduated from Georgia State University.
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It’s been about a year since contractor Elvin “E.R.” Mitchell Jr. admitted to paying more than $1 million in bribes to a still unnamed person under the belief some of the money would go to people with authority over city contracts. A second contractor, Charles P. Richards Jr., also admitted paying bribes. ...
No, The Gulch and Atlanta’s many viaducts aren’t the hippest landmarks in our city but they’re a standing testament to Atlanta’s historical status as, quite literally, the South’s most vibrant rising metropolis.
Photos: If these historic haunts were on the market, you might pay the ultimate price for purchasing one. Take our tour... if you dare.
Photos: Talk got heated during the WSB-TV debate when it turned to the federal investigation into the Atlanta City Hall bribery scandal.
Photos: Delta Air Lines’ new flagship aircraft will be its extra wide-body Airbus A350 jet, said chief operating officer Gil West.
Photos: Gwinnett County recently rebranded itself with a new logo and slogan. AJC readers mocked both, but as we’ve learned, the art of civic branding really is in the eye of the beholder.
Photos: Here are the people worth watching as the Equifax credit hack scandal plays out in Georgia and Congress.
Photos: The company donated 100 laptops to students at Morrow Middle and Unidos Dual Language Charter schools.
Eleven of the 13 candidates for Atlanta mayor participated in a forum put on by WSB, the League of Women Voters and Emory University.