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Timeline: Evolution of the Atlanta BeltLine
Across two decades, here's a timeline of the key moments for an intown real estate game-changer, the Atlanta BeltLine trail
A half-century of LGBTQ+ milestones in Atlanta
The first Atlanta Pride was held in Piedmont Park 50 years ago to commemorate the one-year anniversary of the 1969 Stonewall Uprising. Our LGBTQ+ community has made many strides over the last half-century. But we have far to go.
What’s going on with transit on the Atlanta BeltLine?
With tax dollars rolling in, city and MARTA officials are having to prioritize their transit wish list. And to the dismay of the BeltLine’s creator, Ryan Gravel, it’s looking like light rail along the loop may be sacrificed on the altar of expediency and cost. We broke down what's happening right now with transit along the BeltLine.
Cathy Woolard endorses Mary Norwood after “unsurprising” mayoral candidate discussion
Cathy Woolard, who took third place in the November 7 general election, knows her endorsement for Atlanta mayor could pack a punch. She took it upon herself to hash out the policies and platforms of the runoff candidates, because she, like many of her supporters in attendance, didn’t know whether Councilwoman Keisha Lance Bottoms or Councilwoman Mary Norwood should succeed Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed.
Atlanta’s crowded mayoral race is going to a runoff. Now what?
For Mary Norwood, it must have felt like déjà vu. Back in 2009 at her election night party at the Varsity—with a runoff against Kasim Reed looming and Fulton County results glacially slow to come in—she urged her supporters to save their energy and settle in for the long haul. Tuesday night wasn’t much different. This time, though, her opponent wasn’t Reed, but Reed’s heir apparent, Keisha Lance Bottoms.
Which Atlanta mayoral candidate is right for me?
A mayoral race with this many candidates is a blessing and a curse. To try to help voters sort through the noise, we’ve created a cheat sheet to help steer you to the candidate that might best fit your interests.
There’s something about Mary Norwood
Unstoppable? Yes. But is she unbeatable? The implausible and inevitable rise of the woman who could be Atlanta mayor.
Who will be Atlanta’s next mayor? It’s starting to become more clear.
With just eight weeks until Atlantans head to the polls on November 7 to vote for their next mayor, a race that has for months been amorphous and without form finally looks to have come into focus—giving us a good idea of who could face off in the inevitable December 5 runoff.
Atlantans: Missing the drama of the 6th District race? Get involved with the mayoral campaign.
As Kasim Reed prepares to end his second and final term, more than 15 candidates are vying to succeed him. Here's how to get involved with the frontrunners.
Kasim Reed says Atlanta will honor the Paris climate agreement. What will the city’s next leader do?
Here's where some of the leading candidates running to replace Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed stand on President Donald Trump's decision and what they would do, if elected, about climate change.
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