Roswell Takes Cycling to New Heights with 'Gran Fondo Italia'

by Phil Bolton | October 23, 2014 In 2006, the League of American Bicyclists designated Roswell as a “Bicycle Friendly Community,” the first in Georgia to receive this honor. More

Atlanta's Brazilians Have Clear Favorite in Presidential Elections

by Trevor Williams | October 23, 2014 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

CNN Staff Hit Hard by Turner Cuts

by Johanna Baidya Turner Broadcasting has announced plans to cut 1,500 positions both nationally and internationally, representing about 10 percent of the media organization's current workforce.  More
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Georgia Muslims Condemn Extremist Violence by ISIS, Boko Haram

by Trevor Williams | October 23, 2014 Muslim groups in Georgia have issued a statement condemning violence committed in the name of Islam by terror groups like ISIS in Iraq and Boko Haram in Nigeria.  More

European Expansion Brewing for Atlanta Tea Company

by Endia Mathews Atlanta-based Just Add Honey Tea Co. is preparing to expand its business to European countries for the upcoming holiday season. More