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Buckhead Coalition donates $60,000 to neighborhood parks

Buckhead Coalition donates $60,000 to neighborhood parks

  The Buckhead Coalition announced July 28 it has donated nearly $60,000 to Buckhead parks. The funds came from leftover money given to the coalition 20 years to renovate Triangle…

Buckhead tree canopy will be protected, Commissioner Tim Keane says

Buckhead tree canopy will be protected, Commissioner Tim Keane says

As the city grows, Atlanta will have to address Buckhead’s “shortcomings,” including sprawl and threats to the tree canopy, Tim Keane, the Department of City Planning commissioner, said at a…

Park over Ga. 400 moves into design phase after close vote

Park over Ga. 400 moves into design phase after close vote

A proposed park capping Ga. 400 is moving into a planning and design study phase after a close, controversial approval vote July 26 from the Buckhead Community Improvement District board.…

Atlanta officials review possible Mountain Way Common bike lanes

Atlanta officials review possible Mountain Way Common bike lanes

Marvin Pastel, the head of the Friends of Mountain Way Common group, said city officials responded favorably toward proposed bike lanes and pedestrian walkways on Mountain Way during an onsite…

Senior complex offers rent discounts for low-income veterans

Senior complex offers rent discounts for low-income veterans

A Sandy Springs senior residential complex is offering discounted rents for low-income veterans. The “Veterans Aid” program, offered by Hammond Glen Retirement Community at 335 Hammond Drive, will reduce rent…

Bike share momentum growing in Perimeter area

Bike share momentum growing in Perimeter area

Bicycle share stations, which allow users to rent a bike for a fee from an automated kiosk or from a smartphone app, are gaining momentum in Atlanta and the Perimeter…

Sandy Springs history comes to life in new publication

Sandy Springs history comes to life in new publication

Local history lives again in a new print edition of “The Sandy Springs Gazette,” a digital magazine of area lore published by Heritage Sandy Springs. Full of stories about Holocaust…

Iconic sign may move to Henri’s Bakery’s new location

Iconic sign may move to Henri’s Bakery’s new location

The iconic Henri’s Bakery sign may move with the shop to its new location, with help from the Atlanta City Council. The bakery has moved to Andrews Square after being…

Shepherd Center calls for fixes to Buckhead sidewalks

Shepherd Center calls for fixes to Buckhead sidewalks

Sidewalks providing access to the Shepherd Center on Peachtree Road are damaged, and wheelchair-using patients say it makes their commute to the spinal cord and brain injury hospital dangerous. City…

Atlanta Memorial Park sewer cleaning begins July 20

Atlanta Memorial Park sewer cleaning begins July 20

The city of Atlanta’s Department of Watershed Management announced it will inspect and clean Peachtree Creek sewers at Atlanta Memorial Park in Buckhead beginning July 20 and ending at the end…