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Community debates proposed Monroe development

Community debates proposed Monroe development

April 5, 2018

It is widely known the intersection of Monroe Dr. and 10th St. is one of the most congested intersections in Midtown. The problems which have arisen from...

Nationwide Walkout: Grady Students Join in Protest/Solidarity

Nationwide Walkout: Grady Students Join in Protest/Solidarity

March 14, 2018

Seventeen backpacks line the field of the Grady Stadium in front of a crowd of hundreds of students. Today, on the one month anniversary of the Feb. 1...

Westside Bellwood Quarry to become next Atlanta park

Westside Bellwood Quarry to become next Atlanta park

February 6, 2018

By Caleb Weinstock Plans are in progress for the Bellwood Quarry in West Atlanta to convert into a fully functioning and expansive park. The Department...

APS Police shoots man armed with BB gun near Forrest Hill Academy

APS Police shoots man armed with BB gun near Forrest Hill Academy

December 12, 2017

An Atlanta Public Schools police officer shot a man armed with a BB gun who attempted to enter Forrest Hill Academy in Southwest Atlanta Tuesday morni...

Alum Westmoreland wins Atlanta City Council seat

November 10, 2017

Brief Grady alumnus and former Atlanta Board of Education member Matt Westmoreland had a strong win on Tuesday for an at-large post for the Atlanta City Council. He ended with 63 percent of the vote with approximately 48,000 votes which was more votes than any other candidate in the Atlanta elections. Westmoreland's political career had a early beginning with a start at ...

Georgia Tech shooting shifts mental health crisis to spotlight

Georgia Tech shooting shifts mental health crisis to spotlight

October 24, 2017

The shooting of student Scout Schultz on Atlanta’s Georgia Tech campus sparked debate and outrage over the actions of Georgia Tech police officers. Some,...

Alum Matt Westmoreland leaves school board for city council

Alum Matt Westmoreland leaves school board for city council

October 23, 2017

Grady alumnus and Atlanta School Board member Matt Westmoreland made his city council candidacy official Sep. 6.   “It was great to have 125 people there fro...

Road diet aims to slim down Monroe Drive

Road diet aims to slim down Monroe Drive

October 23, 2017

Monroe Drive, one of the most highly traveled streets in Midtown Atlanta, is also one of the most dangerous. A Grady former student, Alexa Hyneman, was kil...

Atlanta Mayoral Race: How Does It Affect The Grady Community?

Atlanta Mayoral Race: How Does It Affect The Grady Community?

October 3, 2017

By Parker Killenberg and Sophie Rivard On Nov. 7, Atlanta voters will sort through a crowded field of 10 mayoral candidates to select the successor to Kas...

School community deals with aftermath of Irma

School community deals with aftermath of Irma

September 27, 2017

Hurricane Irma left power outages lasting four-plus days, inch-deep debris on roads, empty water shelves in grocery stores and other damaging effects when...

Fate of local Confederate symbols remains uncertain

Fate of local Confederate symbols remains uncertain

September 21, 2017

While Stone Mountain, with its carvings of Confederate generals, may be the most visible piece of Atlanta’s Confederate legacy, it is far from the only...

Georgia Tech erupts into protest after vigil for student fatally shot by police

Georgia Tech erupts into protest after vigil for student fatally shot by police

Anya Lomsadze, Managing Editor of News

September 18, 2017

  by Anya Lomsadze Georgia Tech student and LGBTQ activist Scout Schultz was fatally shot by campus police on Sept. 16. After Schultz’s vigil on campus on Monday Sept. 18, protesters erupted around campus and set fire to ...

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