ATLANTA — Norfolk Southern is considering moving its headquarters to Atlanta, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution newspaper reported.
The railroad, which is based in Norfolk, Va., already maintains a large presence in the Midtown section of town. Relocating its headquarters to the city could bring 1,000 jobs with it, according to the newspaper report.
Norfolk Southern is also looking to sell a former railroad building for resue as a mixed-use development.
“Norfolk Southern is in the process of developing its next long-range plan,” The Virginian-Pilotquoted Jon Glass, a railroad spokesman, as saying in an email.
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MARIETTA, Ga. — The Daily Intelligencer newspaper of Sept. 15, 1863, reported what was no doubt startling news. “The up train had on board the 10th Tennessee Regiment, 1st Tennessee Battalion, and the 50th Tennessee Regiment, and we regret to learn that some ten or fifteen were killed, and about thirty or forty wounded,” the newspaper wrote. “They were clearing the wreck when our informant left, and we have been unable to learn any further particulars.” The dead soldiers were transported to Marietta and buried beneath an oak tree on land donated by Jane Glover, the wife of the city’s