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State Sen. Hunter Hill declares run for governor

State Sen. Hunter Hill declares run for governor

State Sen. Hunter Hill (R-Smyrna) has announced that he will run for governor next year. “I am running to cast a bold vision for Georgia that can only come about…

Sandy Springs Tennis Center to offer free programs May 8-13

Sandy Springs Tennis Center to offer free programs May 8-13

The Sandy Springs Tennis Center is offering a week-long program of free events May 8-13.  The week will feature a variety of activities, including tennis instruction, hitting for prizes, drawings…

Sandy Springs tightens rules on burying utilities

Sandy Springs tightens rules on burying utilities

Sandy Springs has tightened the rules on when developers must bury electric lines and other utilities. Now more types of developments will have to put utilities underground. City officials have…

Plans for Sandy Springs subdivision are withdrawn

Plans for Sandy Springs subdivision are withdrawn

A developer has withdrawn his plans for a 16-house subdivision on Sandy Springs’ Glenridge Drive. Betancourt Communities’ proposal to replace five existing houses on Glenridge south of Glenairy Drive went…

Chattahoochee park visits, spending down but still big

Chattahoochee park visits, spending down but still big

The Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area’s estimated visits and economic impact declined more than 10 percent last year, but the park is still a major contributor to the local economy,…

Sandy Springs Police officer honored for bravery in shootout

Sandy Springs Police officer honored for bravery in shootout

A Sandy Springs Police officer has received a medal for bravery in his role ending a Rockdale County shootout in 2015 while serving as a deputy sheriff there. Officer Bradford…

State Senate race goes to runoff with Triebsch, Kirkpatrick

State Senate race goes to runoff with Triebsch, Kirkpatrick

The state Senate District 32 race is heading to a May 16 runoff election between Democrat Christine Triebsch and Republican Kay Kirkpatrick, according to unofficial election results. The two were…

Handel, Ossoff appear headed to Congressional runoff

Handel, Ossoff appear headed to Congressional runoff

Republican Karen Handel and Democrat Jon Ossoff appeared headed to a June 20 runoff election for the 6th Congressional District seat on Tuesday night. Ossoff had the plurality of votes…

Sandy Springs lowers fees on paint-and-sip businesses, with debate

Sandy Springs lowers fees on paint-and-sip businesses, with debate

“Paint-and-sip” type businesses, where people bring their own booze to casual art classes, got cheaper and easier to operate in Sandy Springs April 18 as the City Council tweaked its…

Fulton County Commission Vice Chair Garner dies

Fulton County Commission Vice Chair Garner dies

Fulton County Commission Vice Chair Joan Garner died today, April 18, after a battle with cancer. Garner had represented the commission’s Atlanta-area District 4 since 2011. She was known for…

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