ATLANTA (FOX 5 Atlanta) – Georgia Insurance Commissioner Jim Beck announced Thursday that he is voluntarily suspending himself from office after his indictment on fraud charges. Continue reading “Georgia Insurance Commissioner Jim Beck suspends himself from office”
ATLANTA, Ga. (CBS46) Residents in southwest Atlanta are pushing back against Renew Atlanta’s decision to deprioritize the Complete Street project plan for Cascade Road Phase 2. Continue reading “Walk A Mile in Cascade’s Shoes draws attention to hazardous road in SW Atlanta”
The 55-plus age restricted housing project is also the first development approved under the new 2040 Comprehensive Plan regulations.
The 55-plus age restricted housing project is also the first development approved under the new 2040 Comprehensive Plan. (Shutterstock) Continue reading “Affordable Senior Housing Comes To Snellville Towne Center”
Jim Chapman CommunitiesThe site in question, between woodlands and Moores Mill Road, west of Interstate 75.
In recent years, Atlanta’s so-called “Upper Westside” has seen accelerated development of retail, commercial office space, and housing heavy on townhomes and apartments, but a new single-family enclave is aiming to raise the bar with prices that reflect the Buckhead location. Continue reading “Housing enclave rising in Atlanta’s ‘Upper Westside’ is priced from $1.1M”
Scammers posing as IRS agents is the most frequent scam targeting Georgia’s elderly residents, authorities say. (Image via Shutterstock) Continue reading “GA Scam Warning: Schemes That Steal Millions From Aging Parents”
Arik Gilbert – Marietta – 2019 The Opening Atlanta
STOCKBRIDGE, Ga. — Whether looking on the hoof, at testing numbers or through the one-on-one competition portion (video above) of The Opening Atlanta, Arik Gilbert was more than noticeable. The Marietta (Ga.) class of 2020 star checked about every box the offseason setting could supply. Continue reading “WATCH: Arik Gilbert at The Opening Atlanta”
Mike Foltynewicz, No. 26 of the Atlanta Braves, pitches against the San Francisco Giants, September 11, 2018. (Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images/File) Continue reading “Atlanta Braves To Throw Watch Party, Face Cubs In Home Opener”
Andre Dickens is the Post-3 At-Large, Atlanta City Councilman, who has been in office since 2013. Andre Dickens has been one of the few councilmen to be outspoken on issues of gentrification and housing affordability. Continue reading “A Conversation with Atlanta City Councilman Andre Dickens”
ATLANTA –Nathan E. Hardwick IV has been sentenced to 15 years in federal prison for orchestrating a scheme to defraud his law firm, Morris Hardwick Schneider (MHS), out of millions of dollars. On October 12, 2018, following a four-week trial, a federal jury convicted Hardwick of wire fraud, Continue reading “Atlanta Real Estate Attorney Guilty Of Embezzling Millions”