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Brookhaven hosts ribbon-cutting for completed Clack’s Corner park

Brookhaven hosts ribbon-cutting for completed Clack’s Corner park

The city of Brookhaven Parks & Recreation Department will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Monday, Feb. 27, at 5 p.m. to celebrate the completion of the Clack’s Corner park renovations,…

Brookhaven Police begin crackdown on cut-through traffic

Brookhaven Police begin crackdown on cut-through traffic

The Brookhaven Police Department is implementing a crackdown on cut-through traffic by pulling over motorists cutting through a local neighborhood as a way to avoid heavy traffic on North Druid…

MARTA, city of Brookhaven plan to come back and redevelop station site

MARTA, city of Brookhaven plan to come back and redevelop station site

MARTA’s decision to kill its current transit-oriented development project at the Brookhaven/Oglethorpe station does not mean the end for plans to develop the site in the future. “I don’t think…

DeKalb CEO Thurmond to address water billing crisis

DeKalb CEO Thurmond to address water billing crisis

DeKalb CEO Michael Thurmond will address the water billing crisis during a special called meeting of the Board of Commissioners on Thursday, Feb. 23, at 9:15 a.m., according to a…

Brookhaven Police blotter, Feb. 5-12

Brookhaven Police blotter, Feb. 5-12

From Brookhaven Police reports dated Feb. 5 through Feb. 12. The following information was pulled from Brookhaven’s Police-2-Citizen website. Possession and DUI 4100 block of Peachtree Road — On Feb.…

Robin’s Nest: Marching to my own holiday drum

Robin’s Nest: Marching to my own holiday drum

I feel like I’ve spent half my life sitting in traffic and the other half waiting for something to download. And that’s a bad thing, because I’m not a patient…

Letter: Immigrants are vetted better than Trump

Letter: Immigrants are vetted better than Trump

In response to “Why Trump order inspired my first political protest” (Reporter Newspapers, Feb. 3): These travelers and immigrants have been much more thoroughly vetted than Trump has allowed himself…

Letter: Great business started in America

Letter: Great business started in America

In his commentary “Why Trump order inspired my first political protest” (Reporter Newspapers, Feb. 3), Conor Sen wrote that “you never know where the next great business opportunity will come…

MARTA helps attract another Fortune 500 company to Perimeter Center

MARTA helps attract another Fortune 500 company to Perimeter Center

Perimeter Center’s MARTA train service has helped attract another Fortune 500 company. WestRock, a multinational paper and packaging corporation, this month announced the relocation of its headquarters from Norcross to…

Brookhaven affordable housing task force to issue recommendations

Brookhaven affordable housing task force to issue recommendations

Brookhaven’s Affordable Housing Task Force wants to present its recommendations to City Council by April on how to ensure residential units and homes for working class residents and people living…

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