ASO’s Romanstein resigns; Neal named interim leader
by Staff Reports
03:47 PM, Monday, September 29
The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra in Midtown Monday announced Stanley Romanstein, Ph.D., has resigned as its president and CEO, effective immediately. The move comes in the middle of a lockout of musicians over a new contract after the musicians’ pre...

Latest Headlines

Candidate seeks public’s help in catching sign thief
One candidate in Tuesday’s primary election is seeking the public’s help in catching a suspect who stole one of her c...
01:44 PM, Sunday, May 18
full story
School board passes tentative budget
The Fulton County Board of Education has approved a tentative $878.3 million budget for fiscal 2015. The 7-0 vote on ...
03:43 PM, Saturday, May 17
full story
Officials aim to keep Georgia aster off endangered list
The Georgia aster is an uncommon Southern plant that has been in decline for decades and on the verge of federal prot...
02:51 PM, Saturday, May 17
full story
Buckhead Atlanta crane comes down
A tower crane at Buckhead Atlanta, the luxury retail, residential and office development in Buckhead, came down Satur...
02:10 PM, Saturday, May 17
full story
Beskin endorsed by Wilkinson, four others
District 52 State Rep. Joe Wilkinson, R-Sandy Springs, is among the five officials who have endorsed Beth Beskin’s ca...
11:57 AM, Saturday, May 17
full story
King, others endorse Lepore for District 54
Larry King, the veteran broadcaster, journalist and retired host of CNN’s “Larry King Live,” Friday endorsed Loretta ...
05:49 PM, Friday, May 16
full story
Students, parents say goodbye to Heiskell School
Preschool students and their parents said goodbye to the Heiskell School in Buckhead Friday. The Christian school for...
01:14 PM, Friday, May 16
full story
Endangered Species Day to be celebrated Friday
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Thursday announced it will partner with other organizations to celebrate the ninth...
05:00 PM, Thursday, May 15
full story
In state Senate race, crying babies rule TV ad wars
Baby, you're a star in Georgia politics. Three candidates in the state's rollicking GOP primary race for an open Sena...
04:02 PM, Thursday, May 15
full story
Work on I-285/Ga. 400 interchange to move forward despite ...
Georgia will move forward with major transportation projects despite the threat of a loss in federal transportation f...
03:57 PM, Thursday, May 15
full story
Riverwood's Roels top student
Ryan Roels never consciously set out to be named the top student in his graduating class. All of the requisite sweat ...
12:53 PM, Thursday, May 15
full story
2014 Valedictorians and Salutatorians Pt 2
Editor’s note: Valedictorian and salutatorian information from Brandon Hall School, Pace Academy and Atlanta Internat...
12:37 PM, Thursday, May 15
full story
2+2=What? Parents rail against Common Core math
An Iowa woman jokingly calls it "Satan's handiwork." A California mom says she's broken down in tears. A Pennsylvania...
12:34 PM, Thursday, May 15
full story
Project planned to improve safety on tractor-trailer-fille...
Help is on the way to ease the impact of heavy traffic congestion along Ga. Hwy. 6, or Thornton Road, on non-commerci...
04:55 PM, Wednesday, May 14
full story
Early voting may project small primary turnout
With the Douglas County primary election scheduled Tuesday, a number of interesting races will face Douglas County vo...
04:28 PM, Wednesday, May 14
full story

Popular Stories

Member of church: Harris not ‘cold-blooded killer’ by Hilary Butschek
nfulton@neighbornewspapers.com

Guest column: Let’s not take literacy for granted by Austin Dickson
Neighbor Newspapers Guest Columnist

Alpharetta gun owner files complaint against Fulton Schools by James Swift
jswift@neighbornewspapers.com

Recent Comments

« Gail Driebe wrote on Friday, Sep 26 at 09:30 AM »
« tessgip wrote on Thursday, Sep 25 at 10:50 PM »
« J Tyson wrote on Thursday, Sep 25 at 02:37 PM »
« NER50 wrote on Thursday, Sep 25 at 01:35 PM »