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Construction underway on tricycle track at Brookhaven’s Ashford Park

Construction underway on tricycle track at Brookhaven’s Ashford Park

Construction of a tricycle track at Ashford Park in Brookhaven began this week and is expected to be completed in early October. The park remains open, including the playground and…

Brookhaven council votes to join ‘Welcoming America’ movement

Brookhaven council votes to join ‘Welcoming America’ movement

The City Council approved a resolution Sept. 12 to join the Welcoming America movement, a nonprofit and nonpartisan organization that connects nonprofits and local governments. Welcoming America helps the connected…

Brookhaven Planning Commission recommends 1-acre minimum lot size for schools

Brookhaven Planning Commission recommends 1-acre minimum lot size for schools

The Brookhaven Planning Commission voted Sept. 6 to recommend that minimum lot sizes in the city be one acre for private/charter elementary, middle and high schools. City staff had recommended…

Institute brings start-up innovation into the classroom

Institute brings start-up innovation into the classroom

In a complex of light-filled meeting rooms and workshops known as the Hive, teams of consultants dream up life-improving projects. A new pocket park next to a Whole Foods on…

GDOT proposes major changes to Peachtree Road in Brookhaven

GDOT proposes major changes to Peachtree Road in Brookhaven

The Georgia Department of Transportation recently unveiled draft proposals for Peachtree Road between North Druid Hills Road and Ashford-Dunwoody Road in Brookhaven that includes narrowing street lanes, a multi-use trail…

Scenes from Buford Highway block party, night market

Scenes from Buford Highway block party, night market

Hundreds of people gathered at Northeast Plaza in Brookhaven on Saturday, Sept. 16, for a night market and block party created by We Love BuHi and Living Walls as part…

Google Fiber slows metro Atlanta rollout

Google Fiber slows metro Atlanta rollout

The high-speed rollout of Google Fiber in metro Atlanta including Sandy Springs and Brookhaven has significantly stalled, although representatives say plans are still in the works to provide the internet…

Brookhaven history now part of ‘Images of America’

Brookhaven history now part of ‘Images of America’

Former Brookhaven Mayor Rebecca Chase Williams returned to the City Council chambers Sept. 5 to showcase the newly published “Images of America” book recounting the history of the city. Arcadia…

International Club of Atlanta highlights global issues

International Club of Atlanta highlights global issues

More than 100 people gathered at a recent International Club of Atlanta discussion group gathering in Sandy Springs to hear from a noted speaker with plenty of international knowledge —…

Brookhaven council approves surveillance cameras

Brookhaven council approves surveillance cameras

The City Council unanimously approved Sept. 12 entering into a three-year lease agreement with Georgia Power to lease surveillance license plate reader cameras at nearly 30 spots throughout the city.…