The summer solstice, the day when the Northern Hemisphere has the longest period of daylight in a calendar year and also the first official day of summer, will be June 20.
Paul Nair said he doesn’t plan to reinvent the gas station/convenience store concept but does aim to “enhance” it with his latest business, Urban Provisions Offering Petroleum (UPop) in Buckhead.
The Atlanta Police Department announced it has arrested two 15-year-old suspects in an armed robbery at Lenox Square mall in Buckhead, where one man was shot.
A year after all local July 4 in-person events were cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Independence Day celebrations, including fireworks displays, are returning.
Editor’s note: I had a conversation a few weeks ago with a reader about the origin of the name “Nancy” in Nancy Creek. This throwback column answers that question. Kind of.
A recent Buckhead crime spree ended with one man being shot, another being injured in an incident where he was pinned against two cars and a suspect being arrested.
Botica by Chef Mimmo, a Buckhead restaurant specializing in Mexican and Spanish cuisine, recently donated $25,000 to the Frank Ski Kids Foundation, a nonprofit that exposes children to science, technology, athletics and the arts through outdoor and other programs.
We are running out of buildings to save in Buckhead, which makes the urgency surrounding the National Library Binding Co. building on Peachtree Road at the top of the Hole all the more compelling.
Three new hotels have opened in Atlanta, a sign that the city is coming out of the COVID-19 pandemic that has wreaked havoc on the hospitality industry.
The Atlanta Police Department is seeking the public’s help in identifying at least three suspects wanted in a triple shooting in Buckhead.
The Atlanta History Center in Buckhead has received more than 1,000 items or sets of items donated by metro Atlantans to represent how they have dealt with the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s updated guidance on masking has created more than a little confusion, not the least of which has come in the form of guidance for schools.
The last time the Atlanta Foundation for Public Spaces hosted an event was November 2019, when it held the Chastain Park Fall Arts Festival in Buckhead.
The Buckhead Business Association is launching its new free quarterly networking event, Buckhead Re-Connects, with Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms as the keynote speaker.
Bert Reeves’ seven-year run as state representative for District 34 comes to a close next Friday. The popular lawmaker announced he is resigning to take on a top-brass position at the Georgia Institute of Technology May 1.
Greenzie, a robotics company that makes self-driving lawn mowers, is just one of the startups to sprout from the Atlanta Tech Village in Buckhead.
Three local businesses and countless individuals have partnered to help metro Atlantans negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
BuckheadWALKS!, Livable Buckhead’s May competition to encourage residents and commuters to stay healthy, is returning with in-person and virtual events after shifting to a completely online one last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Two Atlanta City Council members representing Buckhead have hired an attorney to investigate and report on the post-arrest outcomes of high-profile Buckhead criminal cases and to present the due diligence required to confirm that alcohol licensees are operating legally.
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms said stopping crime remains the top concern in Buckhead and throughout the rest of the city.
The Atlanta Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the driver of a vehicle in a fatal hit-and-run crash in Buckhead.
A year after farmers markets in Atlanta, Brookhaven and Sandy Springs had to temporarily close and some even adjusted to a curbside pickup-only format due to the COVID-19 pandemic, their leaders said they’re glad to be reopening and in person again.
Hub404, formerly known as the Park Over Georgia 400 project, remains on hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and its completion has been pushed back accordingly, one of its leaders said.
Editor’s note: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic or other reasons, the Bitsy Grant Tennis Center, Chastain Arts Center, Chastain Horse Park and Chastain Park Tennis Center are not offering summer camps this year.
The Atlanta Police Department announced a Buckhead man who’s been missing for nearly two months was found dead in Heflin, Alabama.
Opening Day festivities for the Northside Youth Organization (NYO) baseball and softball leagues at Chastain Park in Buckhead were marred by an incident in which a woman’s car was stolen as she was dropping her children off.
The Atlanta Police Department is seeking the public’s help finding a suspect involved in two Feb. 11 robberies in which he held up women at gunpoint.
Buckhead-based Piedmont Healthcare and the East Lake Foundation are uniting to host a COVID-19 vaccination outreach clinic March 15, when Piedmont will vaccinate about 150 members of Atlanta’s East Lake community in DeKalb County.
While some local events are being postponed or cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, others are shifting to an online format and/or offering more virtual events to replace the in-person ones that were canceled or postponed.
A year after it was forced to shift to an online-only series of events due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Olmsted Plein Air Invitational is returning with a combination of in-person and virtual festivities.
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