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APD responds to Lenox Square shooting, iPhone crowds

The Atlanta Police Department was busy at Lenox Square in Buckhead yesterday and this morning with two incidents bringing out officers. An argument led to gunfire in the parking lot…

Blasts from ram’s horn announce Jewish New Year

Blasts from ram’s horn announce Jewish New Year

The Jewish New Year starts with the emotion-stirring call from a ram’s horn, an instrument known as the shofar. Signaling a call to action, shofar blowers resonate with the words…

Judge rules in favor of Fulton County on tax increase

Lawmakers who filed suit to block the Fulton County Commission from raising property taxes lost a round in court today. Cobb County Superior Court Judge G. Grant Bradley rejected the…

Rash of robberies on Huff Road in northwest Atlanta

Rash of robberies on Huff Road in northwest Atlanta

  “Don’t turn around! Don’t make me hurt you,” one of two men said after pushing an Atlanta woman inside her Huff Road apartment to rob her on Sept. 5,…

Photos: First shops, restaurants open at Buckhead Atlanta

Photos: First shops, restaurants open at Buckhead Atlanta

The first round of shops and restaurants have opened at last in the Buckhead Development. Development firm OliverMcMillan welcomed eager residents, media and city officials at an opening ceremony this…

Buckhead Library reopens on Friday afternoons

Fulton County officials have reopened the Buckhead Library branch on Friday afternoons. County commissioners voted Sept. 3 to restore Friday hours at 10 of the county’s 34 branches, including the…

History Center renovates to make the past ‘not boring’

History Center renovates to make the past ‘not boring’

They want more company. To show it, they’re getting a new front door. And a lot more. The Atlanta History Center has begun a dramatic renovation of its West Paces…

Hope Flies – Friday, Sept. 19

Friday, Sept. 19, 8-12 p.m. – The annual fundraiser for the Foundation for Mitochondrial Medicine, “Hope Flies Catch the Cure,” features live dance music, live auction and raffle, open bar,…

Fall Gardening – Wednesday, Sept. 17

Wednesday, Sept. 17, 3-3:45 p.m. – Summer may be over, but there is still plenty of time for gardening! Sarah Brodd from the UGA Cooperative Extension provides tips and tricks…

Standout Student: Amber Abernathy works to stop violence in her community

Standout Student: Amber Abernathy works to stop violence in her community

Amber Abernathy, Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School, class of 2014 Recent Holy Innocents’ graduate Amber Abernathy is working to stop violence in her community. As part of a service project for…

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