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Historical look at famous avenue

By Judy Tindel A 1907 plat for the subdivision of the W.G. Collier Estate featured a road called Franklin Avenue running west from Peachtree Road to the land lot line.…

Death-defying father chronicles his first year as stay-at-home dad

By Amy Wenk amywenk@reporternewspapers.net Sandy Springs resident Barack Levin in 2004 gave up his day job to care for his first child, Eden. He turned the experience into a book…

Chastain Conservancy plans food and fun Fall Fundraiser

The Chastain Park Conservancy is putting the finishing touches on its fifth annual Fall Fundraiser, which will feature a taste of area restaurants, music and live and silent auctions at…

Transportation issues hot at BCN

By John Schaffner editor@reporternewspapers.net Two transportation-related issues — the proposed new GA 400/I-85 interchange and preparing Wieuca Road for the new Sarah Smith School opening in January — commanded much…

Curbside appeal: New service links home listings to smart phones

By John Schaffner editor@reporternewspapers.net Tough economic times often foster creative approaches to doing business and real estate has certainly seen tough times in the past couple of years. A former…

Bridge repair will happen quickly

By Amy Wenk amywenk@reporternewspapers.net What once seemed a long-and-winding road has become an easy street. The city of Sandy Springs is receiving a grant from the Federal Highway Administration to…

Re-establishing border would solve water problem, says attorney

By John Schaffner editor@reporternewspapers.net Water is a big deal for the future of the metro Atlanta area. And, according to an attorney who represents the governor, there is only one…

Cross Keys High improvements have become a labor of love

By Jody Steinberg “Our school is an oxymoron,” says Cross Keys High School senior Maima Kiawu during Hands on Atlanta Day at her school. “We’ve got great people inside, but…

Hands On Atlanta a hit at Cross Keys

By Jody Steinberg Cross Keys Cares. That was the message last week when about 215 volunteers – including well over 100 students and faculty – showed up at 8:30 a.m.…

Rep. Jacobs: Keep eye on annexation

By John Schaffner editor@reporternewspapers.net State Rep. Michael Jacobs (R-Dist 80) covered several local and state issues in rapid-fire manner at the breakfast meeting of the Brookhaven Community Connection (BCC) Oct.…