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May 22, 2013
Delta Shifts ATL to LON Service, Expands Codeshare Routes with Chinese Airlines Atlanta, GA (2012-02-26) Delta is discontinuing its Atlanta-London/Gatwick service. Instead, it's adding a second flight to London/Heathrow.
JunctionATL Blog Tackles Transportation Atlanta, GA (2012-02-26) A new blog, JunctionATL.org, looks at different ways transportation affects metro Atlanta. WABE's Jim Burress speaks with Brian Gist, a blogger and senior attorney with the Southern Environmental Law Center.
Fired APD Officer Who Said Gay Sex is Violent: "I didn't mean anything by it." Atlanta, GA (2012-02-24) Jeremy Edwards is asking the Atlanta Civil Service Board to give him his job back. The Atlanta Police Dept. fired Edwards for lying during an investigation into the botched 2009 raid on the Atlanta Eagle, a Midtown gay bar.
State Report Outlines How Georgians Consume Energy Atlanta, GA (2012-02-24) The 2012 Georgia Energy Report finds we rely primarily on natural gas, coal and petroleum products.
Air France Brings Cargo Flights Back to ATL Atlanta, GA (2012-02-23) The airline will operate twice-weekly cargo flights between ATL and CDG.
Pace of Gains in Economy Likely to Slow, GSU Economist Says Atlanta, GA (2012-02-22) Rajeev Dhawan remains optimistic growth will continue, but says the US and Georgia will not be immune to world's problems.
Ga GOP Holds Mass Meeting Day Saturday Atlanta, GA (2012-02-17) Mass Meetings, open to any registered voter, are the beginning point for choosing delegates and platform issues for 2012.
CDC Warns Gonorrhea Could Become Resistant to Antibiotics Atlanta, GA (2012-02-16) Doctors have just one recommended treatment left, and gonorrhea is showing increased resistance to that drug.
Del Taco Comes to Atlanta. Again. Atlanta, GA (2012-02-15) California-based chain gives Atlanta another go, after a failed co-branding with Mrs. Winner's Chicken in the 90s.
Southwest's Inaugural Atlanta Flights One Step in Long Merger Process Atlanta, GA (2012-02-12) Integrating AirTran into Southwest's daily operations will likely take another two years, executives say.