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Brookhaven annexation would mean more police officers needed

If a proposed annexation into Brookhaven comes to fruition, it will mean the city will need to hire five more police officer and another code enforcement officer, according to a…

Group continues fight against Brookhaven annexation

Representatives of a group that wants to create a new DeKalb County city are continuing the fight against a Brookhaven annexation request by Executive Park and Children’s Healthcare of Georgia.…

‘Older’ entrepreneurs say it’s never too late to start over

‘Older’ entrepreneurs say it’s never too late to start over

By Leslie Johnson At 51, Jerome Edmondson didn’t envision being where he is now, heading up a business that’s looking to add a few hundred jobs to the local economy.…

State Farm COO on Dunwoody expansion: ‘We want to be involved in the community’

State Farm COO on Dunwoody expansion: ‘We want to be involved in the community’

State Farm will bring more than just thousands of workers to Dunwoody when it opens its new corporate campus, the company’s vice chairman and chief operating officer, MIchael Tipsord, told…

Mayor: Pink Pony should pay safety costs

Two days after the city of Brookhaven agreed to private negotiations for a settlement deal with the Pink Pony, Mayor J. Max Davis released a statementon Oct. 30 saying the club should pay…

On the road, some drivers are just rude

On the road, some drivers are just rude

The way Harry Stone sees it, something changes in drivers when Rush Hour arrives. “During the 4 o’ clock mad rush to go home, all the courtesy and consideration goes…

Brookhaven hosting Fall Festival this Saturday

Brookhaven’s Parks & Recreation department is hosting its annual Fall Festival this Saturday, Nov.1, at Lynwood Park from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. This year’s festival will include pumpkin carving,…

Brookhaven to negotiate with Pink Pony

Brookhaven City Council has agreed to start talks with owners of the Pink Pony strip club. Although Councilwoman Rebecca Chase Williams argued the city would be taking a “bribe” if…

Brookhaven votes against concurrent variances

Saying they were following the will of its citizens, members of the Brookhaven City Council on Oct. 28 voted against an amendment to the zoning ordinance for concurrent variances. The…

Who’s your daddy?

Who’s your daddy?

Pirates, butterflies and, well, a guy in a shower turned out at the Roxboro Valley Pool on Oct. 25 for the 12th Annual Pine Hills Halloween Carnival. At left, Nicole…

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