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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Kasim Reed
The mayors of New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and Atlanta are set to discuss leadership and the unique issues facing the nation's big cities.
Mayors of some of America's biggest cities said Thursday that cities, not Washington, D.C., are driving the country's economic growth.
Less than two weeks after a federal judge declared Virginia's ban on same-sex marriage unconstitutional, a new effort has been launched in the South seeking to build wider acceptance of gay and lesbian couples in the hope of overturning similar bans across the region.
The City of Atlanta is working with Google to try bringing ultra-high speed internet access to the city.
Gov. Nathan Deal has convened the first meeting of his severe weather task force, created after he took criticism of the state's response to a Jan. 28 snow storm that prompted a massive traffic jam in metro Atlanta.
Just two weeks ago, Atlanta became a national punch line when a few inches of snow crippled the city. Comedians said the gridlocked highways looked more like a zombie apocalypse than the South's bustling business hub.
The City of Atlanta is moving forward with a plan to launch its first citywide bike-sharing program.
A national convention honoring people and businesses that uplift their neighborhoods is moving to Atlanta.
Recent editorials from Georgia newspapers:
Atlanta's mayor is defending his use of emergency lanes at the height of Tuesday's icy traffic jam so he could do an interview at The Weather Channel's studios.
Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed outlined steps he plans to take to improve the city's emergency preparedness after a winter storm brought the metro Atlanta region to a halt.
Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed on Friday outlined steps he said he plans to take to improve the city's emergency preparedness after a winter storm brought the metro area to a halt.
Atlanta's mayor is battling back against accusations that the city failed to prepare for snow and ice that jammed freeways and left drivers and schoolchildren stranded for hours in sub-freezing temperatures.
In the aftermath of an epic Atlanta traffic jam caused by a couple of inches of snow, Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal and Mayor Kasim Reed have fended off criticism from people who said the city and state was not prepared. Here's a timeline of forecaster warnings and events during the storm:
Thousands of Atlanta students stranded all night long in their schools were reunited with their parents Wednesday, while rescuers rushed to deliver blankets, food, gas and a ride home to countless shivering motorists stopped cold by a storm that paralyzed the business capital of the South with less than 3 inches of snow.
"Cities are where the action is," Reed said.
Reed, who was a visiting fellow at the Institute of Politics this week, said that system would allow the money to be put to use more quickly and where it's needed most.