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Rising temperatures heat up landscaping businesses

Rising temperatures heat up landscaping businesses

The Perimeter area’s entrance into spring and summer has brought a little bit of new life to the community’s landscaping businesses. “We’re seeing jobs now that are larger in scope…

Buckhead CID moves forward with ‘overhead park’ study

Buckhead CID moves forward with ‘overhead park’ study

  Board members of the Buckhead Community Improvement District got their first glimpse of what a park built over Ga. 400 might look like. But it will be another two…

PEDS organization seeking ways to make Buckhead a ‘walkable community’

PEDS organization seeking ways to make Buckhead a ‘walkable community’

When Pedestrians Educating Drivers on Safety, known as PEDS, was founded in 1996, pedestrians were not on Atlanta’s radar screen, according to the organization’s president Sally Flocks. Fast forward almost…

Buckhead Food Truck Fridays

Friday, May 22 and Friday, May 29, 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. – Livable Buckhead in collaboration with the Atlanta Street Food Coalition presents a weekly food truck lunch event…

Update: Atlanta Police locate alleged kidnap victim

Update: Atlanta Police locate alleged kidnap victim

Atlanta Police have made contact with a women who left a note saying she was being held against her will at a fast food restaurant on Memorial Day. APD released…

Actor Robert Downey Jr. delivers Pace Academy’s 2015 Commencement address

Actor Robert Downey Jr. delivers Pace Academy’s 2015 Commencement address

The 107 members of Pace Academy’s Class of 2015 were welcomed into the school’s alumni ranks May 16 at Peachtree… Posted by Reporter Newspapers on Tuesday, May 26, 2015…

Buckhead crime: armed robbery of mansion, kidnapped woman seeks help

Buckhead crimes over the holiday weekend include a possible kidnapped woman and an armed robbery of a mansion. On May 25 walked into a fast food restaurant and gave a…

Atlanta City Council approves infrastructure bond list

Atlanta City Council voted unanimously at its May 4 meeting to approve a list of infrastructure repairs and improvements that will be paid for with $250 million in bonds. Voters…

Don’t be skeptical of building new apartments

Editor’s note: Developers want to build new apartments throughout Reporter Newspapers communities and  residents regularly push back against the plans. Architect Jack Honderd, who has lived in Brookhaven since 1982,…

Standout Student: Matt Tanenblatt creates traffic app

Standout Student: Matt Tanenblatt creates traffic app

  Last May, the Atlanta mayor’s office introduced the first inaugural Pace Social Entrepreneurship Challenge (PASEC), a competition in which the mayor asks Pace students, grades 9 through 12, to…

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