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Mary Carr Mayle

Griffith and Cheryl Day opened the doors of their family bakery nearly 15 years ago, but it didn’t take Back in the Day Bakery much time at all to become a household name.

Katie Nussbaum

On Wednesday, hotelier Richard Kessler alongside local government and business leaders and dozens of others who have been involved in the project, broke ground for his $270 million, 670,000 square-foot development, The Plant Riverside District on the west end of River Street.

Bill Dawers / City Talk

As Jan Skutch reported last week in this newspaper, the U.S. Congress has approved nearly $100 million for final repairs to the grand Tomochichi Federal Building and Courthouse on Wright Square and for construction of a new annex on the east side of Telfair Square. Two of the three infamous office buildings that are part of the Juliette Gordon Low Federal Office Complex will be biting the dust.

Michael Owens

It’s been a tough week. Maybe you’ve felt it — a long campaigning season come to a close. We’re all exhausted, and yet, I’m encouraged by the people who rise up to offer help. It’s the power of people, and I’m seeing it in all kinds of ways.

Food & Dining

It isn’t very often that I feature someone on my television show and then turn around and write a separate break-out feature on them. It has happened, but not very often in the five years we have been producing “Eat It and Like It.”