Editors:

Here's a list of Georgia stories expected to move so far for this weekend - Sept. 15-16.

Please note: AP will continue coverage of Hurricane Florence. Our daily news digests will have more specific coverage plans for Saturday and Sunday.

Moving Saturday

TROPICAL WEATHER

Ongoing coverage of Hurricane Florence.

CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER

ATLANTA — Advocates of an ambitious plan to develop a network of linear parks and trails along a vast stretch of the Chattahoochee River say it holds the promise to transform the metro region in the way the Beltline changed Atlanta.

The Chattahoochee River Greenway Study, administered by the Atlanta Regional Commission in conjunction with local communities and nonprofits, proposes to expand and connect existing greenspace to create a 100-mile corridor from Lake Lanier to Newnan.

Information from The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. UPCOMING: 400 words.

Moving Sunday

TROPICAL WEATHER

Ongoing coverage of Hurricane Florence.

SAVANNAH ARENA

SAVANNAH, Ga. — Savannah is moving ahead with its plans for a $140 million arena. City officials recently approved a construction management contract for the new facility.

Information from The Savannah Morning News. UPCOMING: 300 words.

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Moving Saturday

EXCHANGE-DRAGON CON WEDDINGS

ATLANTA — Dragon Con — the annual pop culture and sci-fi convention held in downtown Atlanta on Labor Day Weekend — is a place where memories are made. For some, those memories include tying the knot. The convention follows a strict schedule and is unable to host or conduct weddings, but that hasn't stopped couples from getting married anyway.

By Kaitlyn Lewis. WABE.

Moving Sunday

EXCHANGE-OLD GARAGE-NEW USE

MACON, Ga. — A nearly 95-year-old building that has been used mostly to repair vehicles over the years, and was featured in a movie as a bus station, will soon reopen with a new use. The building, which sat vacant for at least the past 15 years, will become the new home for Adams ADR, an alternative dispute resolution firm that handles arbitration and mediation, said its founder, attorney Brian Adams.

By Linda S. Morris. The Macon Telegraph.