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Georgia State University plans demo for campus-connecting greenspace

by Michael Kahn, Curbed Atlanta

October 2, 2017

Filed under Local News

Georgia State University has been a transformative force in the evolution of downtown, though sometimes at the expense of older Atlanta buildings. Now, the Atlanta Business Chronicle reports the school is moving forward with plans to demoli...

Powder Springs Progress: City hopes to follow in the steps of Smyrna, Kennesaw with new developments, downtown

by Joel Groover, Marietta Daily Journal

October 2, 2017

Filed under Local News

The largest privately owned development in the history of Powder Springs is now under construction near the intersection of Richard D Sailors Parkway and Highway 278. But will the $37 million Silver Comet Village senior housing...

Patients from Hurricane Irma receive medical treatment at Dobbins ARB

by Rikki Klaus, WSB-TV

October 2, 2017

Filed under Local News

Twenty-five new patients from the Virgin Islands are in metro Atlanta to get medical help after Hurricane Irma devastated the islands. Various agencies are providing medical care to hurricane victims. Their needs could range...

Atlanta sputters on new list of ‘Best & Worst Places to Raise a Family’

by Josh Green, Curbed Atlanta

September 5, 2017

Filed under Local News

With a damaging cheating scandal in the rearview, and the advent of new parks and several miles of Beltline wonderland to explore, most childbearing Atlantans would say the city is an agreeable place to be a kid these days. B...

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