Local Doctors Explain Metro Atlanta’s High Pollen Count and How Allergy Sufferers Can Get ReliefIt’s the middle of spring pollen season in northern Georgia, and doctors say allergy sufferers are seeking relief from prescriptions as well as a variety of over-the-counter medications.
Atlanta High School Art Exhibit kicks off with Dogwood FestivalThe annual Atlanta High School Art Show features 197 student artwork from metro Atlanta schools during the Atlanta Dogwood Festival, which runs in Piedmont Park through Sunday, April 10 .
BBB reports skyrocketing number of cryptocurrency scam victimsCryptocurrency is now a popular way to send and receive digital money and to invest in your retirement. It is also gaining popularity with scammers looking to drain your bank accounts.
U.S. Representative Nikema Williams and Lawmakers Propose ‘Clean Slate’ Student Debt ReliefU.S. Representative Nikema Williams joins other lawmakers in introducing Clean Slate bills to provide financial assistance to student borrowers.
Homebuyers work to navigate the Atlanta real estate marketAccording to realtors, this is an extreme seller’s market in Atlanta and other parts of the country, primarily due to a shortage of available properties.
Trees Atlanta is working to restore parts of Atlanta’s ancient forestAtlanta has one of the highest percentages of tree canopy cover of any major city in the United States. This cover provides many ecological benefits to the community. Trees Atlanta, in conjunction with FedEx Cares, is working to restore Atlanta’s Frazer Forest.
Former Atlanta journalist travels to Poland to help Ukrainian refugeesA former Atlanta TV reporter traveled to eastern Poland, near the Ukrainian border, to do what he could to help in person.
Atlanta Mayor Andre Dickens delivers first State of the City addressIn his first State of the City address, Mayor Dickens spoke about his approach to addressing the root causes of crime as well as the city’s crumbling infrastructure.
Thrift stores rise in metro Atlanta as inflation risesRising prices are hitting Americans at the pumps, at the grocery store and in their favorite stores. Now thrift stores are seeing more customers as people turn to them for a break.
Focus Atlanta – A cool guide for girls of courageAuthor and national speaker, Candace Doby presents her interactive book on courage for young girls.
Focus Atlanta – Darkness Was My CandleThe ‘Darkness Was My Candle’ author shares how she healed from abuse and became a light to other victims.
Focus Atlanta – The Mold DoctorAn air quality expert shares tips on spring cleaning to help detoxify your home of mold.
Focus Atlanta – Healthy Wave GeorgiaWholesome Wave Georgia presents a partnership with the American Heart Association to help reduce food insecurity.
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Families First Unveil ‘Threads Of Resiliency’ Mural Celebrating 132 Years Of LegacyA metro Atlanta organization dating back more than a century has unveiled a mural celebrating its legacy of resilience. The organizers weighed in on their mission and the artist who illustrates their resilience movement.
Rising gas prices are forcing food truck owners to raise pricesTruck owners at the Triton Yards Food Truck Park say they are being forced to raise food prices due to rising gasoline prices as well as soaring raw food prices.
Atlanta airport cleaners win pay raises after long battleHartsfield-Jackson airport cleaners joined union officials in celebrating wage increases after a long fight for better pay.
Georgia Aquarium takes care of two orphaned manatees behind the scenesManatees are facing an unusual mortality crisis, and the Georgia Aquarium has partnered with several agencies to provide relief to these marine animals.
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Dunwoody honors Women’s History Month with interactive muralsThe town of Dunwoody pays tribute to women through art with interactive murals at Brooke Run Skate Park. The murals will be in place until the end of March.
Atlanta police officials create repeat offender tracking unitCity officials said they are creating a repeat offender tracking unit in partnership with other agencies in the metro area to address the problem of repeat offenders in the area. Some community activists say they are not convinced the new unit will adequately solve the problem.
The Winter Guards compete in the WGI Atlanta RegionalIt’s called the sport of the arts, and it’s the indoor version of the flags, guns, and sabers you see on the marching field. Winter Guard International held a regional color guard competition in Atlanta over the weekend.
Black men’s organizations spread messages of love and inspirationSeveral organizations went door to door in Southwest Atlanta spreading messages of love and hope. Their mission – to reduce violence and give people something positive to watch.
Provide adequate childcare for homeless residentsU.S. Representative Nikema Williams (D-5th Ga.) hosted a roundtable on Monday aimed at developing adequate child care for local homeless residents.