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Research finds Atlanta economy boosted by growing immigrant population

by Susanna Capelouto Aug 29, 2019
A survey from New American Economy says the region has more than 73,000 immigrant entrepreneurs.
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In a food desert, Atlanta now has a "food forest"

by Stephannie Stokes Jun 17, 2019
Okra, eggplant and mulberries: Atlanta hopes a food forest will provide residents with fresh produce.
From the garden out front to the trees in the back, Atlanta’s new 7.1-acre food forest is full of fresh fruit and vegetables.
Stephannie Stokes

Drug summit looks at ways to prevent overdose deaths

by Susanna Capelouto Apr 23, 2019
President Trump expected to address the summit Wednesday.
Oxycodone pills prescribed for a patient lie on display on March 23, 2016 in Norwich, CT. 
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Atlanta debates the merits of “inclusionary zoning”

by Stephanie Stokes Apr 16, 2019
Does the policy have a chilling effect on development?
Atlanta City Council Member, Andre Dickens, who pushed for a policy known as “inclusionary zoning” in a bid to create affordable housing in some of the city’s most sought-after neighborhoods.
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Delta opens a high-tech pit stop for jet engine repair

by Jack Stewart Feb 21, 2019
Delta is opening a new jet engine test cell in Atlanta, the world's largest.
Delta jet engine test facility
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Pepsi comes to Coke's hometown of Atlanta for the Super Bowl

by Susanna Capelouto Feb 1, 2019
Pepsi is on Coke's home turf.
The Super Bowl is being held in Atlanta this year, which is the hometown of Coca Cola, but Pepsi is an official sponsor of the game.
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Georgia has looked at what it takes to train some food stamp recipients to meet work requirements

by Susanna Capelouto Jul 30, 2018
The House version of the proposed federal farm bill would require parents with children over 6 years old to fulfill a 20-hour work or training requirement to receive benefits under the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, also known as food stamps.…

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In an effort to boost ridership, Atlanta is rebranding its trains and buses

by Stephannie Stokes Jun 6, 2018
Transit in Atlanta has struggled with a bad reputation. State lawmakers hope a new brand will change that.
Atlanta area leaders want to change the brand of transit locally. The name of the city’s longtime transit agency, MARTA, has baggage.
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With ransomware attacks, it's not if, but when

by Jon Gordon, Stephanie Hughes, and Shaheen Ainpour Apr 3, 2018
What should cities do to make sure they can still function even if they’re struck?
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Civil rights tourism sees more demand and destinations

by Renata Sago Jan 12, 2018
From new attractions in Atlanta to a U.S. Civil Rights Trail, tourism around civil rights history is growing.
Tom Houck runs a three-hour in-depth civil rights tour in Atlanta. It's one of several across the South.
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