Dunwoody Market Trail takes visitors around the world

It would usually take more than one day to enjoy authentic Greek pastries, Italian sandwiches, and Israeli delicacies — and it would certainly require a passport.  But thanks to a new concept in Dunwoody, visitors can easily take a culinary tour of the world, without ever leaving the city’s limits.

Brookhaven drive-thru offers 'contact-less coffee'

It’s just a little metal and plywood shack — but it’s filled with big flavor inside.  And as soon as we saw the unique Curva Coffee drive-thru location in Brookhaven, we knew we had to try it out.

National Church Residences providing free meals to Atlanta seniors

This is an especially challenging time for seniors in our community.  The elimination of certain Marta routes and reduction in Ride Shares has made it difficult for some to get around.  Others are afraid to leave the house for fear of contracting COVID-19. A non-profit is doing its part to make sure some seniors in the Atlanta area don't go hungry.

Pence visits Georgia cafe that reopened despite virus

Vice President Mike Pence on Friday praised Georgia’s decision to quickly reopen businesses during the coronavirus outbreak during a visit to the state that included lunch with the governor at an Atlanta café that had resumed dine-in service.

State, county partnership helps cash-strapped farmers and struggling families

Dante Smith is one of the hundreds of people who were in line Friday before the gates at a food giveaway in Clarkston even opened. He lays tile for a living but hasn't worked since the deadly coronavirus flat-lined much of Georgia's workforce. He said he wasn't shocked to see the long line of families waiting for free boxes of food.

Crayola launches 24 skin tone crayons for inclusivity

Crayola is launching 24 specially formulated crayons that are designed to represent diverse skin tones so children and artists can color their work “creatively and accurately,” according to a Thursday press release.