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Brookhaven council splits on for-profit probation services

Brookhaven council splits on for-profit probation services

Despite one councilmember’s objection about the fairness of having a for-profit company manage probation in the city court, the Brookhaven City Council recently voted to hire Georgia-based Professional Probation Services…

Local eclipse viewing parties offer safe way to watch

Local eclipse viewing parties offer safe way to watch

Two local nature centers and a public library will host viewing parties for a solar eclipse on Monday, Aug. 21. A total solar eclipse, where the moon blocks the light…

BeltLine founder turns focus to Buford Highway

BeltLine founder turns focus to Buford Highway

The visionary behind the Atlanta BeltLine is setting his sights on Buford Highway as the very first project of a new urban planning nonprofit he created. “I love Buford Highway,”…

High school football players tackle community needs

High school football players tackle community needs

Jeremiah Collier, a senior linebacker on Dunwoody High School’s football team, is known for some fierce licks against running backs trying to sneak up the middle during a game. He…

Transform 285/400 lane, ramp closures through Aug. 25

Transform 285/400 lane, ramp closures through Aug. 25

The Georgia Department of Transportation has announced the latest round of lane and ramp closures and other traffic changes for Transform 285/400, its massive project to reconstruct the I-285/Ga. 400…

DeKalb reports major sewer spill in Brookhaven

DeKalb reports major sewer spill in Brookhaven

A major sewer spill was reported in Brookhaven Aug. 17 by DeKalb County to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Georgia Environmental Protection Division. The spill occurred in a tributary…

Brookhaven school damaged by fire reopens for first day

Brookhaven school damaged by fire reopens for first day

St. Martin’s Episcopal School in Brookhaven reopened for its first day of school Aug. 17, but some students are in remote classrooms on church property after a man started a…

Brookhaven awarded $75K state DOT contract for pedestrian, traffic improvements

Brookhaven awarded $75K state DOT contract for pedestrian, traffic improvements

Brookhaven’s Public Works Department recently received a $75,000 Local Maintenance and Improvement Grant (LMIG) from the state Department of Transportation to go toward several traffic and pedestrian improvement projects to…

Northside Hospital and Gwinnett Health System file for merger

Northside Hospital and Gwinnett Health System file for merger

Northside Hospital and Gwinnett Health System have filed for state approval of a merger they began discussing in 2015. The new five-hospital healthcare system would be anchored by Northside’s main…

Portion of Colonial Drive in Brookhaven closed for stormwater repairs

Portion of Colonial Drive in Brookhaven closed for stormwater repairs

Colonial Drive is closed between Oglethorpe Avenue and Pine Grove Avenue as crews repair a damaged stormwater culvert under the road. Temporary signage has been installed to alert commuters to…

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