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Taste of the Nation: Coming together to fight hunger

By: Jessica Thomas Many of us have never known the pains of hunger. Yes, we may have skipped an occasional meal, but still knew where our next was coming from.…

Business briefs

Theater in redevelopment plans of Garden Hills Cinema property By John Schaffner editor@reporternewspapers.net Some Buckhead locals have fretted over word that the former Garden Hills Cinema and surrounding shops on Peachtree…

Alliance’s new mission: ‘Working together for a better Buckhead’

By John Schaffner editor@reporternewspapers.net Robin Loudermilk, who founded the Buckhead Alliance with a mission to clean out the crime and raucous nightlife of the old Buckhead Village, on April 3…

Zone 2 Police commander praises Alliance’s cameras in fighting crime

By John Schaffner editor@reporternewspapers.net Atlanta Police Zone 2 Commander Major James Sellers told a group of about 100 business leaders that the two major crime problems in Buckhead and throughout…

Review Board nixes Grayco plan, echoing rejections by NPUs C & A

By Jessica Thomas After being turned down by both Neighborhood Planning Units C and A, Grayco Partners, LLC took its amended site plan and case for rezoning 5.338 acres at…

Collaboration led to compromise on Tanyard Creek Park PATH

By Terri Y. Montague President & CEO Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. In January, after seven months of community dialogue about a trail within Tanyard Creek Park, already a seven-year old discussion…

Peachtree Farmers Market is back

Despite a rainy opening day April 5, the damp weather did not keep either the loyal farmers and vendors or die-hard shoppers away from the Peachtree Road Farmers Market in…

Horace Sibley receives national honor for ‘Blueprint to End Homelessness in Atlanta’

The National Alliance to End Homelessness honored Buckhead resident Horace Sibley April 9 with its prestigious John W. Macy award for outstanding individual leadership in the fight to end homelessness…

Go green, commute clean for Earth Day

It is often said that the best things come in small packages. That certainly might be true when the small package gets at least 40 miles per gallon and produces…

Ben Carter’s Streets of Buckhead tweaked, but on course

By John Schaffner editor@reporternewspapers.net Developer Ben Carter may be tweaking some plans for The Streets of Buckhead project, but he remains very optimistic about the success for the Buckhead Village…