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An interactive map and database of more than 650 Buckhead historic sites is set to be launched by the Buckhead Heritage Society. The "Historic Resources... [Read More]
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A DeKalb County Superior Court judge has ruled against a Brookhaven resident's challenge of the city's $12.4 million bond validation for the Peachtree Creek Greenway.... [Read More]
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Mary Schmidt almost didn't become a teacher. After becoming "disillusioned" about teaching during her college student teaching, she considered changing career choices. But then the... [Read More]
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A developer is rethinking a plan to build 23 high-end townhomes behind the Landmark Diner amid signs of opposition from Tuxedo Park neighbors. Monte Hewitt... [Read More]
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The Pink Pony wants to return to later hours and is willing to pay extra to do so pending the resolution of a federal lawsuit... [Read More]
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An attorney who serves as a municipal court judge is staying on the Dunwoody bench, but is leaving the Sandy Springs city court amid controversy... [Read More]
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The Sandy Springs City Council reappointed four of the sitting Municipal Court judges at its Aug. 7 meeting, opting to not replace Sharon Dickson, a... [Read More]
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The expansion of a Unitarian Universalist church in Sandy Springs is just part of the faith's metro Atlanta growth at a time when some other... [Read More]
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With theft on the uptick in some local communities, concerns about crime have convinced some of us to change our ways. Nearly half of the... [Read More]
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Kathryn Ballard purchased helium tanks to keep in her home so she could quickly blow up balloons at a moment's notice. And she was often... [Read More]
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The city scored a victory in its federal lawsuit against an adult-oriented store when a three-judge panel of the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals issued... [Read More]
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Blue Heron Nature Preserve has opened a new solar-powered research center — including beehives, an amphibian farm and more — tucked away between houses on... [Read More]
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The city of Sandy Springs' newest park quietly opened on Windsor Parkway in recent weeks, though some finishing touches are still on the way. Windsor... [Read More]
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A private probation option for Fulton County juvenile offenders may end as one result of outrage over a July 13 murder and robbery at the... [Read More]
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Fulton students will stay home from school on Election Day this November due to safety and security concerns. The Fulton Board of Education unanimously voted... [Read More]
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A man was found killed, apparently by a gunshot, inside a house in Buckhead's Garden Hills neighborhood on Aug. 15, according to the Atlanta Police... [Read More]
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The Dunwoody High School Community Association plans to host a ribbon-cutting to celebrate athletic field upgrades, including a new athletic track and seating, at an... [Read More]
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The proposed Buford Highway Overlay in Brookhaven will require developers to set aside 10 percent of units in a residential project be "workforce housing" while... [Read More]
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The Georgia Department of Transportation has announced the latest round of lane and ramp closures and other traffic changes for Transform 285/400, its massive project... [Read More]
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"City Springs Day" on Aug. 11 offered residents a free day of performances and festivities to open the new Performing Arts Center in Sandy Springs'... [Read More]
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