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John Lewis, an avid stamp collector, honored with his own USPS Forever Stamp during an emotional ceremony
Like the rest of John Lewis’s life, the First Day of Issue Dedication Ceremony for his United States Postal Service Forever stamp, held Friday afternoon at the Martin Luther King Jr. International Chapel at Morehouse College, proved emotional, inspirational, and educational.
It’s a “stitch” as in a way to sew together the moribund patch of no-man’s-land between the Civic Center MARTA station on West Peachtree Street and Folk Art Park at Piedmont. A. J. Robinson, Central Atlanta Progress’s president, floated the idea in 2016: a cap on I-75/I-85 to create a pedestrian-friendly space about two-thirds the size of Centennial Olympic Park. Basically, we’d build a roof over about 4,000 feet of the Downtown Connector and plant trees on it.
Here are the local Georgia election results you might have missed while watching presidential returns
What happened in Georgia's U.S. Senate and House races? Plus: big Democratic wins in Gwinnett and Cobb Counties, the Georgia House minority leader loses his seat, and more election news.
Where do I go to vote in Atlanta? Where do I find results? How long will it take to get results in Georgia? How do I get to the polls? This election is an important one—don't miss out.
Georgia has several high-profile federal races on the ballot this year. To help you learn where the 2020 candidates stand, we asked them to answer questions about the pandemic, healthcare, the state of policing, and other issues impacting life in our state.
Georgia 5th Congressional District Republican candidate Angela Stanton-King answers our questions about COVID-19, healthcare, systemic racism, and voting rights.
On Friday, the governor pleaded with Georgians to not attend in-person Easter services. Here’s your Saturday morning update.
Over the weekend, two more state senators were diagnosed with COVID-19, Invest Atlanta launched a new loan fund, and Magic City prepares to go virtual. Here’s your Monday morning update: