First Slice 9/22/14: Shuttered Doraville GM plant might have a new owner
Plus, tens of thousands around the world march for climate change action
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- The Doraville General Motors assembly plant in 2005, several years before closing
The mammoth auto assembly plant in DeKalb County that General Motors mothballed years ago might soon have a new owner. Atlanta-based Integral Group and its partners were in the final stages of purchasing the property on Friday. The group plans to transform the 162-acre parcel into a development served by adjacent MARTA rail.
In 2013, some state lawmakers were very insistent on creating a fund that could help boost startups. So why hasn't the program paid out any cash?
Avondale Estates' annexation plans have some residents scratching their heads and calling for more transparency.
Maybe next year. The New York Mets beat the Atlanta Braves 10-2 on Sunday, ending the team's postseason hopes.
Some Midtown residents are questioning whether the community and Piedmont Park can continue to accommodate large events such as Music Midtown.
Tens of thousands of people - organizers say that number is more like 310,000 - marched in Manhattan to call for action on climate change. The event was part of a worldwide protest movement leading up to summit about the issue is scheduled to begin on Tuesday at the United Nations.
ICYMI (again): The Metro Atlanta Task Force for the Homeless must pay off its sky-high water bill today or the city will move ahead with shutting off the taps at the massive shelter the nonprofit operates at Peachtree and Pine streets.