Groups work together to decrease homelessness

Atlanta Business Chronicle 1/16 10:45P Tonya Layman
The number of people living on the streets of Atlanta has declined, in part due to several organizations partnering on a common theme: to lead the charge to make homelessness in Atlanta rare, brief and non-recurring. Over the last decade, there...

Viewpoint: Are the cards stacked against Georgia voters?

Atlanta Business Chronicle 1/16 10:45P A.J. Robinson
As preparations begin for the upcoming legislative session, State lawmakers are once again contemplating the legalization of casinos and pari-mutuel betting in Georgia. Georgia is no stranger to the ongoing casino gaming debate, as hearings in...

Centennial Park District established downtown

Atlanta Business Chronicle 1/16 10:45P Doug DeLoach
The area downtown formerly known as the Luckie Marietta District has been rebranded as the Centennial Park District, a 501(c)(6) organization under the auspices of Central Atlanta Progress (CAP). An eight-member CPD advisory committee includes...

CAP recognizes three community leaders with awards

Atlanta Business Chronicle 1/16 10:45P
As part of its annual meeting scheduled for Jan. 16, Central Atlanta Progress is recognizing three community leaders with awards: Tally Sweat, legislative chairman of the Garden Club of Georgia and founding member of Park Pride, winner of The Dan...

Downtown’s new arts district is lit

Atlanta Business Chronicle 1/16 10:45P Randy Southerland
It is not big and gaudy like Times Square, but downtown Atlanta now features an Arts & Entertainment (AE) District, an area with large-scale light displays and outdoor art that provides a look at the city’s rich artistic and cultural landscape....

Enrollment openings for Georgia Connections Academy through Feb. 7

Atlanta Tribune Magazine 1/16 10:25A Roz Edward
F ull-time, tuition-free, virtual public school offers innovative school choice for 6 th , 7 th and 10 th Grade Students A limited number of enrollment spots are available for the 2019-2020 school year at Georgia Connections Academy, a statewide...

One South African restaurant moving, another hoping to

Atlanta Business Chronicle 1/16 9:13A Chris Fuhrmeister
Piedmont Heights South African restaurant Cape Dutch is shutting its doors. Cape Dutch will close at 1782 Cheshire Bridge Rd. NE at the end of service Saturday, Jan. 25. The restaurant is "actively seeking a new Atlanta location" and hopes to...

Southwest joins others in axing 737 Max from its network until June

Atlanta Business Chronicle 1/16 8:18A Evan Hoopfer
In what was an expected move, Southwest Airlines Co. (NYSE: LUV) again pushed back the projected return of the 737 Max to its schedule. The beleaguered plane is now out of Southwest's network through June 6, the Dallas-based carrier said Jan. 16....
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