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Residents welcome the changes to come on Ga. 400, but worry about the noise, traffic during construction

Residents welcome the changes to come on Ga. 400, but worry about the noise, traffic during construction

Miguel Cornejo remembers when only two lanes of Ga. 400 carried traffic in each direction north and south. He recalls the wide grass median that divided the road then. He…

Legislators appointed to draw map for proposed DeKalb cities

Legislators appointed to draw map for proposed DeKalb cities

Five state lawmakers have been give the job of drawing boundaries for the proposed new DeKalb County cities of LaVista Hills and Tucker, ajc.com is reporting. House Governmental Affairs Committee…

Sandy Springs seeking construction management consultant for City Center project

Sandy Springs city officials are seeking a consultant to help evaluate designs for public portions of the planned City Center. The city on Nov. 19 issued a formal “request for…

Letter to the Editor: Former ‘exotic dancer’ applauds Brookhaven councilwoman

To the editor: I never thought in a hundred years that I’d be writing this, but I have to applaud the courage of Brookhaven Councilwoman Rebecca Chase Williams for standing…

Sandy Springs council approves controversial 15-home development

A divided Sandy Springs City Council approved a plan to build 15 homes on Mitchell Road. The council split 4-2 on the proposal, which drew opposition from neighbors who wanted…

Political newcomer Pyles enjoying his spot in the runoff

Political newcomer Pyles enjoying his spot in the runoff

Holmes E. Pyles is the first to admit it: He’s having fun. “I’ve heard from people I haven’t heard from in years,” he said one recent morning during a chat…

Dunwoody fifth graders design police department’s holiday cards

Dunwoody fifth graders design police department’s holiday cards

                    Dunwoody police held a contest to choose a design for the department’s holiday cards. The department asked Dunwoody fifth graders…

Country road, take me home… to Buckhead?

Country road, take me home… to Buckhead?

It’s certainly not your typical city street. Lee Circle sits in the heart of Buckhead, just a six-minute drive from Lenox Square Mall. But this little residential byway tucked away…

Holiday shopping opens with song at Dunwoody Methodist crafts fair

Holiday shopping opens with song at Dunwoody Methodist crafts fair

The holiday shopping season got off to a tuneful start over the weekend as members of the Dunwoody United Methodist Church Chamber Choir serenaded buyers at the church’s annual Holiday…

Sandy Springs runners hit the road for education

Sandy Springs runners hit the road for education

Below, runners Erick Remirez, left, and twins Jared and Jonah Mills, center and right, stretch out before the start of the Sandy Springs Education Force’s “Footprints for the Future 5K”…

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