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Loudermilk Park clock tower installed

Loudermilk Park clock tower installed

Buckhead has a new landmark. Construction workers installed the clock tower and bells in Charlie Loudermilk Park on Jan. 29. The clock assembly was lifted by crane and placed atop…

Sandy Springs offers reward in heartless crime, the theft of two defibrillators

Sandy Springs city officials are offering a $1,000 reward for help in solving what may be called a heartless crime: the theft of a pair of two automated external defibrillators…

Ted Turner entertains Buckhead business leaders: ‘Work, for me, was never work’

Ted Turner entertains Buckhead business leaders: ‘Work, for me, was never work’

Atlanta business icon Ted Turner coaxed laughter from a room packed with Buckhead’s boldfaced names when he took the stage Jan.28 during the Buckhead Coalition’s 26th annual meeting and luncheon.…

Young cyclists and artists celebrate opening of PATH400

Young cyclists and artists celebrate opening of PATH400

Parading cyclists and young artists gathered Jan. 24 to celebrated the opening of PATH400 in Buckhead. Art works by 10 students from Buckhead schools were used in the designs of…

AJC moving its offices to Sandy Springs

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution plans to move its newsroom and other operations to Sandy Springs, ajc.com is reporting. The newspaper will move its offices from its Dunwoody location to 6325 Peachtree…

Study shows Perimeter businesses post stronger growth than others in metro area, consultant reports

Study shows Perimeter businesses post stronger growth than others in metro area, consultant reports

Businesses in the Perimeter area showed stronger growth after the recession than businesses elsewhere in metro Atlanta, a consultant told members of the Perimeter Business Alliance on Jan. 23. Valerie…

PATH400 opens and Buckhead hits the trail

PATH400 opens and Buckhead hits the trail

Michael and Staci Anderson watched the construction of PATH400 eagerly. They’re runners and like the idea of a convenient trail through their Buckhead neighborhood that they can use for a…

Interim CEO proposes moving DeKalb County government offices

Interim CEO proposes moving DeKalb County government offices

DeKalb County’s Interim CEO proposes building a new county governmental center in south DeKalb, according to ajc.com. Interim CEO Lee May proposes the offices of county government be moved from…

More than 1,200 new business licenses were issued by Perimeter cities in 2014

More than 1,200 new business licenses were issued by Perimeter cities in 2014

Statistically, the message appears to be mixed. More new businesses opened in Sandy Springs last year than the year before, but the number of startups are flat in Brookhaven and…

Buckhead condo residents find a feeling of community

Buckhead condo residents find a feeling of community

When it came time to downsize his home, Joel Lobel didn’t want to live in a condo. “Who wants to live in a condo?” he asked, feigning indignation simply at…

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