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Commissioner: ‘Perimeter Center area is key’ to state’s development

Commissioner: ‘Perimeter Center area is key’ to state’s development

Chris Carr, commissioner of the Georgia Department of Economic Development, grew up in Dunwoody and still lives there. On Aug. 12, he took the podium at The Retreat at the…

GDOT suspends lane closures over Labor Day weekend

The Georgia Department of Transportation is suspended all construction-related lane closures throughout metro Atlanta and the state this weekend. Beginning at noon, Friday, August 29, and continuing until 5 a.m…

Brookhaven police receive grant for bulletproof vests

Brookhaven police receive grant for bulletproof vests

The U.S. Department of Justice has awarded the Brookhaven Police Department an $11,117.63 grant for bulletproof vests, according to a press release from the Brookhaven Police Department. The money will…

State commission denies Brookhaven Innovation Academy petition

State commission denies Brookhaven Innovation Academy petition

The State Charter Schools Commission of Georgia on Aug. 27 denied the petition for Brookhaven Innovation Academy, a charter school planned by Brookhaven’s city council that had also received the…

DeKalb sets election to succeed Boyer for Nov. 4

A special election to fill the seat vacated by former County Commissioner Elaine Boyer will be held on Nov. 4, the same day as the general election, the county announced…

Brookhaven Blotter: Murder, aggravated assault arrests

From police reports dated through Aug. 15. The following information was pulled from DeKalb County Police Department’s Crimetrac system (www.crimemapping.com/map/ga/dekalbcounty) for the zip code 30319 and the lower Buford Highway…

Brookhaven approves new tree ordinance

The Brookhaven City Council on Aug. 26 unanimously voted to approve a new tree ordinance it’s been discussing for a number of weeks, but vowed to keep working on the…

State lawmakers tell proponents of new DeKalb cities to agree on a common map or have one drawn for them

State lawmakers tell proponents of new DeKalb cities to agree on a common map or have one drawn for them

State lawmakers met Aug. 26 with advocates of new cities in DeKalb County to tell them to agree on the boundaries of their proposed communities by November or expect a…

Brookhaven chamber names new leader, Dunwoody head departs

 The Dunwoody and Brookhaven chambers of commerce are changing their top administrators. Casey Dudek has taken the job as president of the Brookhaven chamber. Dunwoody chamber executive director Beth Summers…

Update: Authorities say DeKalb commissioner will plead guilty to federal charges

Update: Authorities say DeKalb commissioner will plead guilty to federal charges

Former DeKalb County Commissioner Elaine Boyer faces federal charges accusing her of misusing county money and a county card, according to the U.S. Attorney’s office. Federal prosecutors filed charges today,…

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