On Tuesday, school systems discussed plans for the fall. Here’s your Wednesday morning update.
During the holiday weekend, Georgians took to the great outdoors. Here’s your Tuesday morning update:
On Friday, Vice President Pence visited Atlanta and Fulton County's absentee ballot applications are backed up. Here’s your Saturday morning update:
Georgia's live performance venues, nightclubs, and bars are closed through at least the end of the month, but Atlanta rapper Skooly still had a new album to promote.
On Thursday, Atlanta's mayor released a five-phase plan for re-opening. Here’s your Friday morning update.
On Wednesday, the state received more criticism for how it presents its COVID-19 data. Here’s your Thursday morning update.
Tom Key planned to exit on a note of fanfare this spring, ending his 25-year run as artistic director of Theatrical Outfit, one of Atlanta’s oldest professional theater companies. COVID-19 intervened, but Key’s vision for producing theater that enlightens and uplifts eventually will prevail under the direction of his replacement, Matt Torney.
On Tuesday, hospitalizations for COVID-19 reached their lowest level since early April. Here’s your Wednesday morning update.
On Monday, Morehouse College announced layoffs and furloughs and Delta announced it would resume some international routes. Here’s your Tuesday morning update.
Over the weekend, new re-openings were announced and Atlanta United earned another championship win. Here’s your Monday morning update.