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Two Brookhaven council candidates call it quits

Two candidates say they are bowing out of the four-man race for the District 2 seat on Brookhaven City Council. William Brown announced his intention to end his campaign at…

Brookhaven hosts bike-friendly spokesman, seeks tips on infrastructure

Brookhaven hosts bike-friendly spokesman, seeks tips on infrastructure

  “It’s all death traps and cul-de-sacs; there’s no way to get from point A to point B,” bicyclist Michael Clifford said about Brookhaven, while standing outside City Hall Wednesday.…

Guest Column: It’s time to get serious about concussions

Guest Column: It’s time to get serious about concussions

By Dr. David Marshall I’ve heard many different phrases over the years. “Tough it out!” “Rub some dirt on it!” “Shake it off!” It’s usually the easiest response to a…

Letter to the Editor: Ga. 400 commute now better

To the editor: Like many residents of Brookhaven, Buckhead, Dunwoody and Sandy Springs, I use Ga. 400 several times a week. Thanks to Gov. Nathan Deal, this commute keeps improving.…

Judge declares mistrial in Ellis case

Judge declares mistrial in Ellis case

A DeKalb County judge has declared a mistrial in the corruption case against suspended DeKalb County CEO Burrell Ellis, according to CBS Atlanta, Reporter Newspapers’ broadcast partner. Judge Courtney L.…

Guest Column: Why I will vote for redevelopment powers for Brookhaven

Guest Column: Why I will vote for redevelopment powers for Brookhaven

By Jack Honderd Recently, a few Brookhaven citizens have made the case against Redevelopment Powers for the city of Brookhaven, and I share some of their concerns. I agree, for…

Q&A: Brookhaven voters to decide Nov. 4 on redevelopment powers

Brookhaven City Council on July 29 approved a resolution putting “redevelopment powers” for the mayor and City Council in the hands of the voters on Nov. 4. According to City…

eBooks Class – Wednesday, Oct. 22

Wednesday, Oct. 22, 3-4 p.m. – Do you want to know more about eBooks? The Brookhaven Branch Library staff will show you what’s available and how to access eBooks with…

Brookhaven hosts concert in Blackburn Park

Brookhaven hosts concert in Blackburn Park

Brookhaven held its “Live In The Park” Music Festival in Blackburn Park on Sunday, Oct. 19. Below, Anna Kaminski,age 1, paid rapt attention to the show as her mother, Jen,…

Georgia Shakespeare: Farewell to a theater and a way of life

Georgia Shakespeare: Farewell to a theater and a way of life

By Martha Nodar As a long-time Atlanta resident, I recall Georgia Shakespeare’s early beginnings and its arrival in the late 1990s at the Conant Performing Arts Center at Oglethorpe University.…

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