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Brookhaven Police host May 23 human trafficking event

Brookhaven Police host May 23 human trafficking event

The Brookhaven Police Department and Our Lady of the Assumption Catholic Church are hosting a human trafficking awareness event at the church on Tuesday, May 23, from 6:30 p.m. to…

Handel, Ossoff appear at Jewish War Vets meeting in Dunwoody

Handel, Ossoff appear at Jewish War Vets meeting in Dunwoody

Karen Handel and Jon Ossoff stopped in at the Jewish War Veterans meeting on the morning of May 21, each speaking about their stances on defense and veterans issues as…

Public invited to give input on Brookhaven’s Osborne Park master plan

Public invited to give input on Brookhaven’s Osborne Park master plan

Brookhaven’s Parks & Recreation Department is hosting a public meeting on Monday, May 22, from 5 – 6:30 p.m. to discuss the draft park master plan concept for Osborne Park.…

DeKalb schools to live stream commencement ceremonies on web and Facebook

DeKalb schools to live stream commencement ceremonies on web and Facebook

Commencement season in the DeKalb County School District (DCSD) has begun, and the community will be able to watch the action through live video streams via the district’s website and…

Brookhaven Police blotter, April 30-May 7

Brookhaven Police blotter, April 30-May 7

From Brookhaven Police reports dated April 30 through May 7. The following information was pulled from Brookhaven’s Police-2-Citizen website. Possession and DUI 2200 block of North Druid Hills Road —…

DeKalb CEO Thurmond to give second update on water billing May 23

DeKalb CEO Thurmond to give second update on water billing May 23

DeKalb CEO Michael Thurmond will detail progress made toward addressing the water billing crisis during his second update meeting on Tuesday, May 23, at 6:30 p.m., at Rehoboth Baptist Church,…

Exceptional Educator: Kelly Lecceardone, The Lovett School

Exceptional Educator: Kelly Lecceardone, The Lovett School

Kelly Lecceardone teaches sixth-grade English at the Lovett School. She’s been teaching for 26 years. Q: What attracted you to teaching at first? A: I always excelled in grammar, writing,…

Brookhaven ZBA OKs plans to tear down Park Villa apartments for townhomes

Brookhaven ZBA OKs plans to tear down Park Villa apartments for townhomes

The Brookhaven Zoning Board of Appeals voted unanimously May 17 to approve a buffer variance that will allow Atlanta-based Ardent Companies to tear down the Park Villa Apartment Homes near…

Petite Violette combines history of two local iconic French restaurants

Petite Violette combines history of two local iconic French restaurants

A combined history of 70 years in the restaurant industry has come together to create a new place for French fine dining in the city. Petite Violette on Brookhaven’s Clairmont…

Dining Out review: Bon Ton kicks up Cajun flavors with Vietnamese flair

Dining Out review: Bon Ton kicks up Cajun flavors with Vietnamese flair

I went to LSU (Geaux Tigers!) and the thing I miss most is the food. Good Cajun or Creole food is hard to find in Atlanta. I want a place…

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