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Business Briefs – June 26

Smith & Hawkins may move to Brookhaven There is speculation that Smith & Hawkins, the luxury garden retail company, is considering moving its corporate headquarters from San Francisco to Atlanta,…

Solicitation scam moves door to door in Brookhaven

By Andrea Botham The doorbell rang at a Brookhaven Fields home in the early evening last month, and when Alison Mueller went to answer it, she came face to face…

Jewelry artisan wins design award with passion

By Victoria Necessary When Brookhaven jewelry designer and metalsmith Dawn Muscio was awarded first place in the 2009 Passion Award Design Competition in late April, it was not her first…

Town Brookhaven’s tax break deferred

By Jody Steinberg Heeding words of caution from DeKalb County CEO Burrell Ellis, the Board of Commissioners and its own underwriting adviser, the Development Authority of DeKalb County on June…

Marist pitches plan for campus expansion

By Michael Jacobs michaeljacobs@reporternewspapers.net Marist School has seen its future and is presenting the first glimpses at how its Brookhaven campus fits into that vision. The Catholic secondary school presented…

Education Briefs – June 12

Chamblee’s science success Two Chamblee Charter High School students were due to be recognized by the DeKalb County Board of Education at its business meeting June 8 for their success…

Marine academy fails to pass muster, must wait at least a year

The DeKalb County School System has postponed by at least a year its plans to open a public military high school near Brookhaven with the support of the U.S. Marine…

Business Briefs – June 12

Loudermilk sells stock to pay real estate debt Charlie Loudermilk, founder and chairman of Buckhead-based Aaron’s Inc., recently sold off nearly 1 million common shares of Aaron’s stock for about…

Piedmont, Northside, St. Joe’s satisfying

By Bill Hendrick Hospitals in Buckhead and Sandy Springs have received high patient satisfaction rankings, with Piedmont Hospital again garnering the top spot in the area, according to a survey…

Gitmo doctor treated friends and enemies simply as patients

By Bill Hendrick Dr. Evander Fogle honed his surgical skills and his bedside manner repairing the shattered bones of enemies — at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba and at a major…