Author: Keith Whitney

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Gwinnett State Senator-elect eager to join legislature... [Read More]
For the last five years Georgia was ranked number one in the country for business. A big part of that success is due to small... [Read More]
Suddenly hot neighborhoods may be the most vulnerable to predatory lenders or unscrupulous buyers who have updated the ways they can trick you out of... [Read More]
Democratic candidate for governor Stacey Abrams' campaign says it doesn't matter which Republican she faces in November because she would beat them both. [Read More]
Political parties are changing their strategies... [Read More]
In the race between the two Stacey's, it was Stacey Evans who ran the more traditional campaign, and that may be what cost her the... [Read More]
We are less than seventy days into the ongoing Atlanta cyberattack and city officials say the crisis finally appears to be just about over. [Read More]
Unknown child's death haunts DeKalb investigators... [Read More]
Tags: Unknown - DeKalb - boy
If you've been watching the ads in the GOP primary for governor of Georgia, you may have noticed a big spike in the level of... [Read More]
Current Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms' administration quietly introduced two measures to reinforce her promise for open city government. [Read More]
The transformation of Atlanta's westside took a big step forward Monday with the official opening of the Proctor Creek Greenway. [Read More]
The owners of a giant apartment complex have been ordered by a judge to carry it down to the drown. [Read More]
Imagine paying tens of thousands of dollars for a house you thought was yours, only to get evicted for missing a payment. That is how... [Read More]
When Robb Pitts was growing up, the local library was a station wagon filled with books. That's why renovating the Fulton County Library System has... [Read More]
They've got a new flag, new script, new branding but not enough new members. That's why hate groups like the National Socialist Movement are always... [Read More]
They've got a new flag, new script, new branding but not enough new members. That's why hate groups like the National Socialist Movement are always... [Read More]
There are many noble, small, community groups that have been trying to help rebuild neighborhoods for decades, but without resources from Atlanta's wealthiest that would... [Read More]
There are many noble, small, community groups that have been trying to help rebuild neighborhoods for decades, but without resources from Atlanta's wealthiest that would... [Read More]
A few years ago Lashira Norwood made a decision that changed her life, armed with a Master's Degree in Public Health, she was working at... [Read More]
A few years ago Lashira Norwood made a decision that changed her life, armed with a Master's Degree in Public Health, she was working at... [Read More]
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