" were a prime focus of the collective FSN networks. Other FSN networks also received their local sports reports from the Atlanta studios, often with the same hosts (Terry Chick being the most prominent). The Southern Sports Report was discontinued in 2005, and FSN South produced a similar program, ''Around The South'', that focuses on sports stories in and across the region. It has been replaced by FSN Final Score. Summary Image of One Atlantic Center in Midtown (Midtown Atlanta) Atlanta, Georgia. Taken by me. Licensing '''State Route 13''' ('''SR 13'''), known as Buford Highway, Falcon Parkway (Atlanta Falcons), and Atlanta Highway, is a state highway (state highway (US)) in Georgia (Georgia (U.S. state)). It begins at West Peachtree Street and Spring Street (U.S. Route 19 (U.S. Route 19 (Georgia)) (US 19) SR 9 (State Route 9 (Georgia))) just to the north of 17th Street (17th Street (Atlanta)) in north Midtown Atlanta. The section near downtown Atlanta is a full freeway, from its south end to Sidney Marcus Boulevard. This was the original alignment of Interstate 85 (Interstate 85 in Georgia) (Northeast Expressway) through northeast Atlanta. The route ends at Jesse Jewell Parkway (SR 369 (State Route 369 (Georgia))) in Gainesville (Gainesville, Georgia). The name changes from Buford Highway to Atlanta Highway at the northeast city limits of Buford (Buford, Georgia). The stretch between the DeKalb Fulton County line and several miles northeast of I-285 is often regarded as a community (see Buford Highway). '''State Route 237''' begins at Buford Highway (S.R. 13 (State Route 13 (Georgia))) in Midtown Atlanta and ends at Roswell (Roswell, Georgia) Road (U.S. 19 (United States Highway 19) S.R. 9 (State Route 9 (Georgia))) in North Buckhead (Buckhead (Atlanta)). It is known best as Piedmont Road. *Peachtree Street *Midtown Atlanta (Northern financial and residential district of Atlanta) *Buckhead (Buckhead (Atlanta)) (Northern-most financial and residential district of Atlanta) '''Ansley Park''' is an affluent residential neighborhood in Atlanta, Georgia, located just east of Midtown (Midtown Atlanta) and west of Piedmont Park. One of the first suburban neighborhoods in the city designed for automobiles, it features wide, winding roads rather than the grid pattern typical of older streetcar suburbs. Streets were planned like parkways with extensive landscaping, while Winn Park and McClatchey Park are themselves long and narrow, extending deep into the neighborhood. '''Midtown''' is an underground metro station on the Red (Red Line (MARTA)) and Gold (Gold Line (MARTA)) lines of the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) rail system located in Midtown Atlanta. As of April 2006, 4,085 daily fares were collected at the gates. One Zipcar vehicle is parked at the station. Location Civic Center station is located in SoNo (SoNo (Atlanta)), a sub-district of Downtown (Downtown Atlanta), with convenient access to the southern end of Midtown Atlanta. The station is named after the nearby Atlanta Civic Center three blocks east at Piedmont Avenue NE, but serves the Peachtree Summit and SunTrust Plaza skyscrapers to the south. It provides connecting bus service to Georgia State Capitol, The Metro Transitional Center, The Turner Field, Zoo Atlanta, Centennial Olympic Park, The World of Coca-Cola, and The Georgia Aquarium.
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