More than 200,000 people are expected to turn out next month for the 132nd Atlanta St. Patrick’s Parade. The annual family-friendly parade, aimed at celebrating the city’s Irish culture and history, steps off at noon on Saturday, March 15, and will follow a new route this year.
The U.S. Supreme Court last month upheld a law aimed at providing immunity from civil liability to airlines and their employees when they report potential security threats in good faith.
Metro Atlanta was paralyzed Wednesday after snow and ice fell on the region.
President Obama has declared an emergency in the state of Georgia, paving the way for federal resources to aid with any state and local response efforts to projected winter weather.
The Southern Museum of Civil War & Locomotive History in downtown Kennesaw, Ga., will be open for free during regular operating hours on Saturday, Feb. 22.
The Southern Museum, in conjunction with Autism Speaks and the Lionel Collectors Club of America (LCCA), will host a special day for families affected by autism on March 1 from 9 am – noon.
Officials in Georgia are taking no chances in response to the latest threat of winter weather.
Delta Air Lines has started cancelling flights to Atlanta in advance of this week’s winter weather threat.
Space shuttle astronauts Shannon Lucid, the only American woman to serve aboard the Russian Space Station Mir, and Jerry Ross, the first human to complete seven space shuttle missions, have been selected for induction in the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame.
The Kennesaw Museum Foundation will honor local attorney Fred D. Bentley Sr. during its annual fundraising gala.