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Brookhaven residents got a first look Oct. 16 at design plans that have been months in the making for the first phase of the Peachtree... [Read More]
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Food trucks may begin appearing soon in Sandy Springs parking lots, as the City Council on Oct. 17 legalized the mobile vendors to operate outside... [Read More]
Boy Scout Troop 477 is hosting a Harvest Farm Fest on Saturday, Oct. 21, from noon to 9 p.m. at the Donaldson-Bannister Farm, 4831 Chamblee-Dunwoody... [Read More]
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The Buckhead Community Improvement District hosted a walking tour Oct. 17 and showed participants an aerial view of the proposed park over Ga. 400 site... [Read More]
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Dunwoody Senior Baseball will hold a "going away" part on Saturday, Oct. 21, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at its current complex in Dunwoody... [Read More]
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The city is buying its ninth property in the Hammond Drive corridor for a potential road-widening under study. The $400,000 purchase of a house at... [Read More]
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The DeKalb County School District will present new curricula approved earlier this year to parents, families and community members at Dunwoody High School Oct. 17.... [Read More]
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The Georgia film industry needs to spread out from metro Atlanta to sustain the business and reduce impacts on local neighborhoods, said panelists at an... [Read More]
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A newly formed organization hopes to gain the city's approval to transform the clubhouse at the Bobby Jones Golf Course into a recital hall capable... [Read More]
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The Dunwoody Homeowners Association hosted a City Council candidate forum Oct. 15, asking questions ranging from such topics as density in Perimeter Center, traffic and... [Read More]
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Sandy Springs' revenue from the new transportation special location option sales tax have been significantly lower than projected so far, but city officials say there's... [Read More]
Dunwoody Elementary School is hosting a bicycle race Oct. 21 to raise money for the school's "Tiger Fund," which helps fund school programs and events.... [Read More]
She just got it. The first time Malena Shipley climbed into a Soapbox Derby car, it was obvious to the adults around her that she... [Read More]
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Sandy Springs City Council elections are nonpartisan, but an endorsement in the District 4 race from a group of LGBT Democrats has both candidates declaring... [Read More]
Brookhaven's 2018 proposed budget has been set at $40.7 million, up from a nearly $37 million budget approved last year. City Manager Christian Sigman presented... [Read More]
The city of Brookhaven is beginning a sidewalk improvement project along Lanier Drive and Woodrow Way surrounding Oglethorpe Presbyterian Church beginning Monday, Oct. 16. The... [Read More]
A memorial to infants who died by miscarriage, stillbirth or infant death – one of only six such monuments around the country – was unveiled... [Read More]
The Dunwoody mayor and City Council held the first public hearing on their $24.1 million budget at the Oct. 9 meeting. The budget is expected... [Read More]
Buckhead's NPU-B voted Oct. 3 in favor of legislation that would add new inclusionary zoning requirements to the BeltLine Overlay District, which spans the entire... [Read More]
What happened in a special Buckhead Community Improvement District meeting to discuss who's in charge of the proposed park over Ga. 400?Meeting minutes released only... [Read More]
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