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Eva’s way: Sandy Springs mayor never took “no” for an answer

Eva’s way:  Sandy Springs mayor never took “no” for an answer

City Councilman Tibby DeJulio pulled his friend Mayor Eva Galambos to his side as they stood before a larger-than-usual crowd in the council chambers.  It was Dec. 17, the night…

Judge dismisses Pink Pony lawsuit

A DeKalb County Superior Court judge has dismissed the Pink Pony’s lawsuit against the city of Brookhaven. The owners of the strip club sued Brookhaven in May after the City…

Wily coyotes stump Sandy Springs residents

Wily coyotes stump Sandy Springs residents

A recent uptick in the reports of coyote sightings in metro Atlanta has left many Sandy Springs residents wondering what they can do. When they attended a public meeting on…

Peachtree Bikes brushing off the ashes

Peachtree Bikes brushing off the ashes

This wasn’t the Christmas Mike Wagaman or his employees wanted. On Dec. 4, a fire destroyed his Peachtree Bikes store in Buckhead. Several adjacent businesses were damaged as well. Wagaman…

Buckhead: Georgia Mega Millions winner announced

ATLANTA (CBS ATLANTA, Reporter Newspapers broadcast partner) - Georgia Lottery officials announced the name of the Georgia Mega Millions winner on Wednesday. Ira Curry of Stone Mountain will walk away…

Vincent Fort calls “pigs fly” story an “urban myth”

Vincent Fort calls “pigs fly” story an “urban myth”

It’s a story that gets told every time a new city forms in Georgia. According to Sandy Springs Mayor Eva Galambos’ autobiography “A Dream Come True: My Very Good Life”…

LED lights can make that holiday glow a little cheaper

Jason Sheetz is a serious Christmas enthusiast. Last year, the owner of Hammock Trading Company in Sandy Springs adorned his rooftop with an inflatable Santa Claus in a hammock between…

A poetic goodbye: Mayor Galambos presides over last meeting

A poetic goodbye: Mayor Galambos presides over last meeting

On Dec. 17, the night of Mayor Eva Galambos’ last City Council meeting, accolades dominated the agenda. She was first elected in 2005, after years of helping lead the effort…

Nicholas Bowden and Friends Christmas Concert celebrates 20th Anniversary

Nicholas Bowden and Friends Christmas Concert celebrates 20th Anniversary

For 20 years, Peachtree Presbyterian Church in Buckhead has been home to quite a show. Nicholas Bowden, the church’s organist, has annually assembled Atlanta’s elite performers for the Nicholas Bowden…

Sandy Springs mayor, council members will be honored at last City Council meeting

The Dec. 17 Sandy Springs City Council meeting will mark the end of an era for the first of Georgia’s new cities. Mayor Eva Galambos, who served two terms as…