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E. Rivers students and alums, city and school officials celebrate new building

E. Rivers students and alums, city and school officials celebrate new building

Students, parents and alumni filled the new gym at E. Rivers Elementary on March 27 for the formal opening of school’s new $22 million building. Posted by Reporter Newspapers on…

Dunwoody’s Food Truck Thursdays start again April 2

Dunwoody’s Food Truck Thursdays start again April 2

Food Truck Thursdays return to Dunwoody on April 2. The events will continue on Thursday nights through Oct. 29 in Brook Run Park.…

Jan Paul named executive director of Leadership Sandy Springs

Jan Paul named executive director of Leadership Sandy Springs

Leadership Sandy Springs has named Jan Paul as its new executive director. Paul, the organization’s development director and wife of Sandy Springs Mayor Rusty Paul, will succeed Carolyn Axt, who…

Brookhaven introduces new tourism mascot ‘Brook’

Brookhaven introduces new tourism mascot ‘Brook’

 Brookhaven’s new tourism mascot, a big green bird named “Brook,” greeted people attending the Brookhaven City Council meeting on March 25. Brook is likely to make addtional public appearances during…

LaVista Hills, Tucker pass Senate

The Georgia Senate on March 25 passed bills calling for a November vote on creation of two new DeKalb County cities, LaVista Hills and Tucker, according to ajc.com and the…

The Wright stuff: A family business finds home in Dunwoody

The Wright stuff: A family business finds home in Dunwoody

Matt Wright and his dad, John, were the first ones in one recent Friday morning. They are most days, Matt Wright said. They usually arrive at their Dunwoody sandwich shop…

Buckhead Baseball formally opens season at Frankie Allen Park

Buckhead Baseball formally opens season at Frankie Allen Park

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History Center play examines ‘Gone With The Wind’

History Center play examines ‘Gone With The Wind’

Addae Moon first read “Gone With The Wind” last year. He’d seen the movie made from Atlanta writer Margaret Mitchell’s novel, but had never read the book itself. Surprisingly, the…

Boyer sentenced to 14 months in federal prison

Boyer sentenced to 14 months in federal prison

Former DeKalb Commissioner Elaine Boyer stood in a federal courtroom Friday, March 20, and tearfully apologized to her family and also to the citizens of the county for misusing county…

Castlewood: A place where friendships can be forged at the playground

Castlewood: A place where friendships can be forged at the playground

They start appearing at the end of the school day. Kids leaving class head for the playground. Their parents stroll down a wooded path through the neighborhood and gather there,…

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