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Atlanta City Council recently voted to acquire more than three and a half acres for a new park in southwest Atlanta.
WABE and the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies collaborated for a night of civil discussion among young voters during a live recording of the Political Breakfast podcast hosted by Lisa Rayam.
With the 2022 midterm election around the corner, Stacy Abrams emphasized the importance of voting this November.
The Smyrna City Council voted this week to approve new boundaries of its seven wards, which were redrawn based on population changes in the 2020 census.
A local youth nonprofit that provides after-school and mentorship programs for local students organized a community discussion to bring people together to find solutions to the community’s concerns.
Martin 'Marty' Ferrell, a 32-year veteran of the Marietta Police Department, was confirmed as the new police chief Wednesday after serving as interim chief since the retirement of Chief Dan Flynn earlier this year.
A celebration of Georgia’s diverse immigrant communities came to downtown Lawrenceville this past weekend with food and performances and more.
At a campaign rally in Gwinnett County Friday, the former United Nations ambassador appealed to Asian American voters to support Herschel Walker’s campaign for U.S. Senate.
A two-day festival of food and performances celebrating Gwinnett's international community is returning to downtown Lawrenceville this weekend.
Are candidates for public office talking about issues that matter to you? The Atlanta Journal-Constitution wants to make sure they do. That’s why we are surveying Georgia voters about what you care most about in this year’s election. We will compile the responses and use them to help guide our coverage going forward.