GSULibrary_1Two more Georgia State University students have been robbed at gunpoint in Library North, the scene of multiple armed robberies in the last month. According to a report at the AJC,  both robberies occurred before 8 a.m. The students were robbed of their laptops by a suspect wearing black Adidas shorts, a black top and grey beanie. This is the fourth robbery reported at the library since December. Anyone who sees the man in the composite sketch is asked to call police at (404) 413-3333.

Truly Living Well’s urban farm is leaving the Old Fourth Ward and relocating to Ashview Heights on the Westside, according to Creative Loafing. The lease on the property on Wheat Street is up and the owners, Wheat Street Charitable Foundation, plan to build on on the site.  By the end of the year, TLW will move its tree, soil and plants to its new home near Atlanta University Center. TLW was created by Rashid Nuri with a mission to connect communities, create jobs, provide nutritious food, foster economic development, and show how urban farming can actually work.

Castellucci Hospitality Group plans to move its southern Italian restaurant Double Zero Napoletana from its location on Roswell Road in Sandy Springs to Emory Village, according to the Atlanta Business Chronicle. The restaurant will take over the former Ink & Elm space on North Decatur Road.

Collin Kelley

Collin Kelley has been the editor of Atlanta Intown for two decades and has been a journalist and freelance writer for 35 years. He’s also an award-winning poet and novelist.