Gran Fondo Italia offered cyclists three courses ranging from 34 to 106 miles.

In 2006, the League of American Bicyclists designated Roswell as a “Bicycle Friendly Community,” the first in Georgia to receive this honor. More
Even before the Ebola outbreak in West Africa had exported a few cases to U.S. soil, the panic had already started to dampen tourism and air travel across the African continent.  More
Coca-Cola Co. CEO Muhtar Kent, a former president of the U.S.-China Business Council, is among a group of 51 CEOs from top American corporations who are urging President Barack Obama to prioritize a bilateral investment treaty with China.  More
If Brazilians in Atlanta had sole power to pick their country’s new president, the upcoming Oct. 26 runoff wouldn’t even be close.  More
Atlanta-based Just Add Honey Tea Co. is preparing to expand its business to European countries for the upcoming holiday season. More

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