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.
Chastain Park Conservancy announced the 2,500 daffodils its volunteers recently planted to honor the children who died in the Holocaust have bloomed.
Three organizations are partnering to co-host a drive-thru blood and plasma drive in Buckhead March 3 to help fight COVID-19.
Hotel Colee, which was transformed from the W hotel and opened in December, is Buckhead’s first one in the Autograph Collection Hotels group under the Marriott brand.
I live in a Buckhead neighborhood defined by elite private schools, with Trinity bordering the north, Pace to the east, Lovett to the west and Atlanta Girls' School to the south.
Nearly a year after the COVID-19 pandemic hit Georgia, metro Atlanta’s hotel/motel industry slowly continues to recover.
In 1932, as the community north of Atlanta began transitioning into something more urban, a group of business owners came together to fund basic services — improved street lighting, trash pickup, and public parking.
The Atlanta Police Department is seeking the public’s help in finding four suspects wanted in two armed robberies last month, including a carjacking.
Two months after it opened, part of the Northside Drive pedestrian bridge in Buckhead will close for two days this week as crews begin the process to remove, repair and reinstall a handrail there.
You won’t find a worse tangle of intersections, traffic signals and highways in all of Buckhead than the convergence of Northside Parkway, West Paces Ferry Road and Interstate 75.
Following the popular holiday-themed Sleigh-In movie series in December, Livable Buckhead and the Buckhead Village District are again partnering on a set of Reels on Wheels drive-in film screenings later this month.
When Jill Biden arrived in Washington with her husband Joe on Jan. 19, the day before his presidential inauguration, she was wearing an outfit and mask designed by a company founded by an Atlanta International School graduate.
Buckhead resident Morgan McGahan, a camper-turned-counselor at Camp Twin Lakes, soon will be known to everyone who visits the facility.
The Atlanta Police Department is seeking the public’s help in finding two suspects who took their quest to “Eat Mor Chikin” too far by vandalizing a Buckhead Chick-fil-A restaurant.
MARTA will host two virtual public meetings this week to talk about the track replacement project that will replace heavy rail between the Lindbergh Center, Buckhead and Lenox stations in February.
When the last few components of the Bobby Jones Golf Course opened in December, it marked the end of a three-year, $32 million redevelopment project for the Buckhead links.
Strides for Survivors, the fifth annual 5-kilometer fun run/walk and breast cancer benefit, is shifting to an online format this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
While some local events are being postponed or cancelled due to the COVID-19 outbreak, others are shifting to an online format and/or offering more virtual events to replace the in-person ones that were canceled or postponed.
With metro Atlanta seeing a recent increase in cases in the COVID-19 pandemic, Piedmont Healthcare’s Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine Division has opened the outpatient Piedmont Pulmonary COVID-19 Recovery Clinic to help patients who have recovered from contracting the virus but c…
A new committee has been formed to look into ways to improve the quality of life in Buckhead, including possibly incorporating it.
Two incentive programs could help increase the Atlanta Police Department’s officer numbers and morale at a time when the city’s murder rate is at a 22-year high.
The Atlanta Police Department is seeking the public’s help in finding three suspects wanted in a recent shooting in Buckhead.
Several organizations and schools in Atlanta, Brookhaven and Sandy Springs are hosting or participating in events to honor the legacy of civil rights icon the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., who would have turned 91 Jan. 15.
The Cathedral Antiques Show, like many local events for the past 10 months, is shifting online due to the COVID-19 pandemic. But organizers are doing their best to keep it as fun as it has been when in person.
The suspect wanted for fatally shooting a 7-year-old Cobb County girl while her family drove by Phipps Plaza in Buckhead last month has been arrested, the Atlanta Police Department announced.
Based on the numbers at three Fulton County polling precinct, the Election Day turnout in the Jan. 5 general runoff election could be higher than the Nov. 3 presidential election, despite the record number of residents voting early in person or via absentee ballot.
The driver whose vehicle allegedly fatally hit a pedestrian in Buckhead and then fled the scene has turned herself in, the Atlanta Police Department announced.
The Atlanta Police Department is seeking the public’s help in identifying the driver of a vehicle that fled the scene after fatally hitting a pedestrian on Piedmont Road in Buckhead.
As the city of Atlanta hosted a news conference to address its 154th homicide of the year, Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms said she takes the issue of crime “very seriously.”
The Atlanta Police Department has identified a suspect in the case of a 7-year-old Cobb County girl who was fatally shot while her family drove by Phipps Plaza in Buckhead.
Three Atlanta City Council members representing Buchkead have donated $125,000 to the Buckhead Security Plan, a new initiative to reduce crime in the community.
The Atlanta Police Department announced the reward in the case regarding a 7-year-old girl being shot while her family drove by Phipps Plaza in Buckhead has increased from $10,000 to $15,000.
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