After complaint of 'political interference,' Atlanta mayor says she'll order citywide open records website
Keisha Lance Bottoms is responding to a complaint from local news organizations that the city is violating transparency laws.
Atlanta mayor: Want to change the world? Work for a city
In a panel at South by Southwest, the city leader said people who want to make an impact have new opportunities in urban settings brought on by today's technological advancement.
Atlanta kicks off program to improve Internet access for low-income families
The Georgia city is officially launching its efforts as part of the Obama administration's "ConnectHome" program to increase broadband accessibility.
Google expands fiber Internet service to four southeast cities
Google said it is moving forward with plans to build 100 Mbps fiber-optic Internet service in Atlanta; Charlotte and Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina; and Nashville, Tennessee, over the coming year.
Atlanta mayor leads delegation to Silicon Valley
Mayor Kasim Reed, along with Invest Atlanta, the city’s economic development authority, will lead the delegation that will meet with 12 venture capital firms and social media platforms during their visit Feb. 25 and 26.
Brazilian IT leaders coming to Atlanta
Atlanta will welcome a delegation of Brazilian information technology companies tomorrow as part of an international outreach program.
Atlanta police using new intelligence-sharing network
An investigative, intelligence-sharing platform developed by the Atlanta Police Department that has dramatically improved prosecutions of gang members may soon include neighboring agencies as part of a metro-wide law enforcement collaboration initiative.