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Standout Student: Jack Kerdasha, Dunwoody High School

Standout Student: Jack Kerdasha, Dunwoody High School

Jack Kerdasha has been playing golf almost his entire life. The 16-year-old first picked up golf clubs a dozen years ago. His father taught him the game. Jack says he…

Weeds, trucks and fences: A look at one city’s residents complaints

Weeds, trucks and fences: A look at one city’s residents complaints

From reporting potholes to cracked sidewalks to dead trees, Brookhaven residents are reporting items directly to city officials that they want to see fixed through the city’s Brookhaven Connect app…

UPDATE: Dresden Drive property owner sues city of Brookhaven after mixed-use development denied

UPDATE: Dresden Drive property owner sues city of Brookhaven after mixed-use development denied

The property owner of four tracts of land at the corner of Dresden Drive and Appalachee Drive said the Brookhaven City Council’s recent decision to deny a rezoning request for…

A contemporary art gallery opens with music, live painting

A contemporary art gallery opens with music, live painting

A contemporary art gallery has joined the restaurants, health centers, shops and grocery store in the Sandy Springs City Walk complex. Dakoro Edwards, a 42-year-old Sandy Springs resident, celebrated the…

Brookhaven cancels mayor’s town hall, encourages attendance at DeKalb schools facility meeting

Brookhaven cancels mayor’s town hall, encourages attendance at DeKalb schools facility meeting

Brookhaven Mayor John Ernst’s monthly town hall scheduled for Thursday, Aug. 25, has been canceled to allow parents and residents the opportunity to attend a meeting about DeKalb County’s secondary…

Brookhaven defers vote on Dresden Village development

Brookhaven defers vote on Dresden Village development

The Brookhaven City Council agreed to defer for 90 days a vote on the rezoning request on Dresden Drive for a proposed mixed-use development that includes a 194-unit apartment complex.…

Brookhaven property tax revenue leads to big budget amendment

Brookhaven property tax revenue leads to big budget amendment

Brookhaven City Council has agreed to sock away nearly $1 million in its General Fund while also allocating additional funds to various departments for projects and personnel as part of…

Father, son team up on Perimeter-based video gaming business

Father, son team up on Perimeter-based video gaming business

When Stephen Johnston Jr. was a student at Buckhead’s Pace Academy more than 20 years ago, his dad got a phone call from a teacher and feared the worst. But…

‘Historic’ night in Brookhaven as City Council approves 2 master plans, buying of airport land

‘Historic’ night in Brookhaven as City Council approves 2 master plans, buying of airport land

The Brookhaven City Council approved two master plans and agreed to move forward in purchasing a 30-acre wilderness plot of land at PDK Airport at its Aug. 23 meeting. The…

Perimeter alcohol retailers see a millennial-driven boom

Perimeter alcohol retailers see a millennial-driven boom

The Perimeter’s influx of apartment-dwelling, craft-beer-loving millennials is driving a boom in beer, wine and spirits stores, local retailers say. Business is good enough that owners are willing to sell…

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