All of them say that the programs are a way to help young businesses thrive, and give back to their communities.
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Monday, community leaders came together to discuss the area's infrastructure problems and come up with solutions for people like Fredrick White who depend on public transportation.
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So which one will it be? Snack maker Little Debbie says it is getting rid of one of its most popular items but didn't say exactly which one it would be.
Restaurant and bar owners say the hospitality service industry is already Atlanta's biggest money maker, and yet the city wants more fees.
Fulton County is suing the makers of opioid pain killers, blaming companies for getting people hooked. The county claims dealing with the opioid crisis is costing taxpayers millions of dollars.