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Lovett, Westminster students gather for football ‘Battle of Buckhead’

Lovett, Westminster students gather for football ‘Battle of Buckhead’

Students from the The Westminster Schools, below, and the Lovett School, bottom left, found much to cheer about as the… Posted by Reporter Newspapers on Monday, August 31, 2015…

Price: Governments need to be ‘much more creative’ to find highway funds

Price: Governments need to be ‘much more creative’ to find highway funds

U.S. Rep. Tom Price (R-Dunwoody) says government officials must be “much more creative” to find new sources of revenue to fund better highways. “Washington is not the piggybank it used…

DeKalb holiday garbage pickup schedule announced

DeKalb County sanitation officials on Aug. 27 announced their schedule for picking up garbage, recycling and yard trimmings on the Labor Day holiday and during the following week. On Labor…

Riverside Drive reopens

Riverside Drive is reopening to traffic after a three-month construction project, Sandy Springs city officials say. A portion of the road near Johnson Ferry Road was closed so workers could…

Brookhaven charter school wins state approval

Brookhaven charter school wins state approval

State officials have approved a proposal for a public charter school in Brookhaven. The State Charter Schools Commission on Aug. 26 unanimously approved plans to set up Brookhaven Innovation Academy,…

New Peachtree Road striping plan includes turn lane, bike lanes south of Peachtree Battle

State transportation officials are considering redrawing the lanes on Peachtree Road through Buckhead to add a central left turn lane and bicycle lanes along the portion of the road south…

Hundreds gather to hear proponents of city of LaVista Hills

Hundreds gather to hear proponents of city of LaVista Hills

Hundreds of DeKalb residents packed Briarcliff United Methodist Church on Aug. 24 to hear advocates state the case for a new city to be called LaVista Hills. During the two-plus-hour…

The Brickery: ‘It’s been a helluva run’

The Brickery: ‘It’s been a helluva run’

The Brickery Grill & Bar, an iconic Sandy Springs restaurant, will close in December, its owner says. “Everything has a life,” restaurateur Bruce Alterman said. “It depends on how you…

HIES opens new science, technology and commons building

HIES opens new science, technology and commons building

Hundreds of Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School students and city officials gathered outside the Sandy Springs school on Friday, Aug. 21, for the blessing and formal opening of its new $18.2…

Charter school staff will recommend state commission approve proposed Brookhaven charter school

Charter school staff will recommend state commission approve proposed Brookhaven charter school

Staff members with the State Charter Schools Commission will recommend the commission approve a proposed charter school in Brookhaven, the deputy director said Aug. 20 in a letter to the…

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