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Brookhaven to swear in re-elected council members Park, Gebbia

Brookhaven to swear in re-elected council members Park, Gebbia

John Park and Joe Gebbia will be sworn in as Brookhaven City Council members at the council meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 9, at 7 p.m. at City Hall, 4362 Peachtree…

Public schools, many government offices closed Jan. 8 for weather, game

Public schools, many government offices closed Jan. 8 for weather, game

All public schools and many government offices in Reporter Newspapers communities will be closed on Monday, Jan. 8, due to expected icy road conditions in the morning and afternoon traffic…

Robin’s Nest: Learning to age politely

Robin’s Nest: Learning to age politely

We all know that we should age gracefully. But here in the South, we age politely. Sometime between graduation and grandmother, a Southern woman becomes a “ma’am.” That’s when we…

Readers’ favorite Brookhaven stories of 2017

Readers’ favorite Brookhaven stories of 2017

The Reporter website offers breaking news alongside our regular local coverage. Here are the top 10 Brookhaven stories of 2017 as clicked by our online readers. Click the headline to…

Commentary: Looking into 2018’s political crystal ball

Commentary: Looking into 2018’s political crystal ball

2017 is fading into history; 2018 stands before us. What’s in this year’s political crystal ball? Reporter Newspapers asked local community leaders what they think the new year will bring.…

2017 Year in Review: Brookhaven’s Top Stories

2017 Year in Review: Brookhaven’s Top Stories

Brookhaven celebrated its fifth anniversary in 2017, a year that saw much talk about Buford Highway’s future and culture, the start of a massive Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta expansion project…

20 Under 20: Local students making a difference in our communities

20 Under 20: Local students making a difference in our communities

With publication this month of our “20 Under 20” list, Reporter Newspapers again showcases local students doing extraordinary things to better our communities. We asked public and private schools, service…

Transform 285/400 traffic changes through Jan. 11

Transform 285/400 traffic changes through Jan. 11

The Georgia Department of Transportation has announced the latest round of ramp closures and other traffic changes for Transform 285/400, its massive project to reconstruct the I-285/Ga. 400 interchange. Schedules…

Local governments alter schedules for college football championship

Local governments alter schedules for college football championship

Several local government entities have announced altered open hours and meeting times due to the Jan. 8 College Football Playoff National Championship at Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium. The football game is…

Brookhaven’s Ashford Park art event to benefit homeless shelter

Brookhaven’s Ashford Park art event to benefit homeless shelter

Young artists will ages 4 through 11 have the opportunity to hone their talents while also giving back to the community at a free event on Sunday, Jan. 14, at…