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DHA approves Adopt-A-Stop for Winters Chapel triangle

DHA approves Adopt-A-Stop for Winters Chapel triangle

The Dunwoody Homeowners Association is considering spending slightly more than $6,200 for an “Adopt-A-Stop” beautification project at the triangle located at the Peeler Road and Winters Chapel Road intersection. DHA…

32nd annual Sandy Springs Festival arrives Sept. 23-24

32nd annual Sandy Springs Festival arrives Sept. 23-24

The Sandy Springs Festival returns for its 32nd year this weekend, Sept. 23 and 24, with free admission for the first time. Hosted by Heritage Sandy Springs at its Heritage…

Construction underway on tricycle track at Brookhaven’s Ashford Park

Construction underway on tricycle track at Brookhaven’s Ashford Park

Construction of a tricycle track at Ashford Park in Brookhaven began this week and is expected to be completed in early October. The park remains open, including the playground and…

Brookhaven council votes to join ‘Welcoming America’ movement

Brookhaven council votes to join ‘Welcoming America’ movement

The City Council approved a resolution Sept. 12 to join the Welcoming America movement, a nonprofit and nonpartisan organization that connects nonprofits and local governments. Welcoming America helps the connected…

45th Annual Dunwoody Home Tour set for Oct. 4

45th Annual Dunwoody Home Tour set for Oct. 4

The 45th Annual Dunwoody Home Tour will be held Wednesday, Oct. 4, from 9:30 a.m to 3 p.m. Four private homes in Dunwoody and nearby Sandy Springs will be open…

Sandy Springs activist honored with garden naming

Sandy Springs activist honored with garden naming

The community garden at Sandy Springs’ Lost Corner Preserve has been named for longtime community activist Trisha Thompson. The surprise honor was announced by Mayor Rusty Paul at the Sept.…

Brookhaven Planning Commission recommends 1-acre minimum lot size for schools

Brookhaven Planning Commission recommends 1-acre minimum lot size for schools

The Brookhaven Planning Commission voted Sept. 6 to recommend that minimum lot sizes in the city be one acre for private/charter elementary, middle and high schools. City staff had recommended…

Dunwoody Country Club’s senior men raise $220K for prostate research

Dunwoody Country Club’s senior men raise $220K for prostate research

When John H. Kauffman, the president and CEO of Kauffman Tires Inc., was first diagnosed with cancer in 2009, he traveled from his home in Dunwoody to Houston, Texas, for…

Institute brings start-up innovation into the classroom

Institute brings start-up innovation into the classroom

In a complex of light-filled meeting rooms and workshops known as the Hive, teams of consultants dream up life-improving projects. A new pocket park next to a Whole Foods on…

Dunwoody Homeowners Association sets City Council candidate forum

Dunwoody Homeowners Association sets City Council candidate forum

The Dunwoody Homeowners Association will host a City Council candidate forum beginning at 2 p.m. on Oct. 15 at the Kingsley Swim/Tennis House at 2325 N. Peachtree Way. Each forum…

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