An NBA TV reporter and host of “NBA Inside Stuff” was carjacked and robbed at gunpoint Saturday afternoon as she pulled up to her apartment complex in Midtown. According to a report from our broadcast partner CBS46, Kristen Ledlow tweeted on Sunday that she was robbed around 3 p.m. by three men who stole her 2016 Chevrolet Corvette, purse, wallet and cell phone in front of the complex on the 1900 block of Monroe Drive. Her vehicle was later found about a half an hour later, several blocks away. She says the three men were waiting for her in a silver, newer-model sedan. They are only described as African-American males.

The company that has operated Buckhead’s Bobby Jones and North Fulton golf courses for 30 years is ending its contract Oct. 31. The city says the golf courses will remain open after that, but indicated that a new vendor is not yet in place. According to our sister publications Reporter Newspapers, American Golf Corporation and the city could not reach an agreement following a competitive bidding process for the right to operate and manage several city-owned golf courses, including the Buckhead courses.

Wieuca Road Baptist Church members voted Oct. 16 to remain in Buckhead rather than selling the church’s 4.6-acre property, according to a statement on the church website. The church had considered possible sale and redevelopment of its property at 3262 Peachtree Road, which it has occupied for more than 60 years. The review of that possible change of use temporarily delayed the Buckhead Community Improvement District’s plan turn the Wieuca Road/Phipps Boulevard intersection, at one corner of the church property, into a roundabout.

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.