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Brookhaven police ask public’s help in cracking down on thefts from autos

Brookhaven police ask public’s help in cracking down on thefts from autos

The Brookhaven Police Department is dealing with numerous complaints from residents of thieves targeting and entering cars to steal items and is asking for the public’s help to stop the…

Brookhaven Police blotter, Aug. 29-Sept. 11

Brookhaven Police blotter, Aug. 29-Sept. 11

From police reports dated Aug. 29 through Sept. 11. The following information was pulled from Brookhaven’s Police-2-Citizen Portal Event Search website and is presumed to be accurate. On Sept. 1,…

Farm-to-cafeteria: Schools provide fresh local produce for school lunches

Farm-to-cafeteria: Schools provide fresh local produce for school lunches

Here’s some food for thought: For thousands of metro Atlanta schoolchildren, the proverbial apple-a-day may come from just around the corner, thanks to a national farm-to-school initiative. In fact, healthy…

South Fork Conservancy starts capital campaign, paths get $500k

South Fork Conservancy starts capital campaign, paths get $500k

The South Fork Conservancy is kicking off a $2 million capital campaign with the announcement of a $500,000 grant for an “iconic” pedestrian bridge and other improvements linking Buckhead and…

Brookhaven residents clash with city leaders over possible Remington Road property purchase

Brookhaven residents clash with city leaders over possible Remington Road property purchase

More than 50 people packed a conference room at Brookhaven City Hall Sept. 21 to confront city leaders and demand what they planned to do with nearly 2 acres of…

Hospice Atlanta Center provides ‘soft landing’ for terminally ill

Hospice Atlanta Center provides ‘soft landing’ for terminally ill

Linda Booth said her husband, a physician, loved the philosophy of hospice, of caring for a dying person that allows the patient and their family to enjoy their last months…

Brookhaven’s Lynwood Park Class of 1970 holds first reunion

Brookhaven’s Lynwood Park Class of 1970 holds first reunion

The Lynwood Park Class of 1970 held its first ever class reunion in Stone Mountain on Sept. 17. The reunion was held at the Evergreen Marriott Conference Center in Stone…

New chapter of Sons of the American Revolution promotes history

New chapter of Sons of the American Revolution promotes history

Millions of people are proud to be American, but only some can trace their lineage back to the patriots who risked everything to help America reach independence. The Sons of…

New Buford Highway business association forms

New Buford Highway business association forms

Buford Highway now has its own business association representing the street’s corridor through the cities of Brookhaven, Chamblee and Doraville. The Business BuHi Coalition intends to “promote the area’s international…

Parking may be issue keeping Brookhaven locked-room entertainment business closed

Parking may be issue keeping Brookhaven locked-room entertainment business closed

Parking, or lack of it, appears to be at the crux of the issue keeping an entertainment business from opening on Dresden Drive. Time to Escape, an entertainment business where…

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