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Schools’ rules deal with big unpaid lunch bills

Schools’ rules deal with big unpaid lunch bills

What do you get when you can’t pay for lunch at school? Maybe just a cheese sandwich. Local school districts have established new or affirmed existing policies for dealing with…

Lake Forrest Dam fixes proposed; could cost over $7M

Lake Forrest Dam fixes proposed; could cost over $7M

The troubled Lake Forrest Dam finally has two repair designs on the table – and they could cost more than $7 million and require up to 18 months of road-closing…

Institute brings start-up innovation into the classroom

Institute brings start-up innovation into the classroom

In a complex of light-filled meeting rooms and workshops known as the Hive, teams of consultants dream up life-improving projects. A new pocket park next to a Whole Foods on…

Peachtree/Piedmont intersection lanes to be closed Sept. 19 and 21

Peachtree/Piedmont intersection lanes to be closed Sept. 19 and 21

The Atlanta Department of Watershed Management will replace water valves at the intersection of Peachtree and Piedmont roads in Buckhead, resulting in temporary lanes closures Sept. 19 and 21. Crews…

Three candidates qualify for Fulton chairman race

Three candidates qualify for Fulton chairman race

Three candidates have officially joined the race for Fulton County chairman so far with two days left to qualify. The candidates include: Robb Pitts, a former Fulton commissioner and Atlanta…

Buckhead Council of Neighborhoods hosting City Council forum Sept. 27

Buckhead Council of Neighborhoods hosting City Council forum Sept. 27

The Buckhead Council of Neighborhoods will host a forum with candidates for Atlanta City Council districts that represent Buckhead on Sept. 27. The forum is free and open to the…

Google Fiber slows metro Atlanta rollout

Google Fiber slows metro Atlanta rollout

The high-speed rollout of Google Fiber in metro Atlanta including Sandy Springs and Brookhaven has significantly stalled, although representatives say plans are still in the works to provide the internet…

Atlanta City Design calls for transit expansion, conservation of tree canopy

Atlanta City Design calls for transit expansion, conservation of tree canopy

The city’s Department of City Planning released a book Sept. 6 that will guide future development in Atlanta, and it calls for increasing development in areas that can support it…

International Club of Atlanta highlights global issues

International Club of Atlanta highlights global issues

More than 100 people gathered at a recent International Club of Atlanta discussion group gathering in Sandy Springs to hear from a noted speaker with plenty of international knowledge —…

Atlanta hosting open house on zoning ordinance update Sept. 20

Atlanta hosting open house on zoning ordinance update Sept. 20

Atlanta’s Department of City Planning will host a public forum on proposed zoning ordinance changes Sept. 20. The meeting will be held in Buckhead at Passion City Church from 7…

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