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Massell’s state of Buckhead: Robust growth in all sectors

There are 33 major developments now underway or recently announced just along Peachtree in Buckhead, Sam Massell said in his annual “state of Buckhead” address to the Buckhead Business Association…

Shook plants new tree law before Council

By John Schaffner editor@reporternewspapers.netTrees are always a controversial topic in Atlanta and City Councilman Howard Shook knows that too well, after introducing legislation more than a year ago that would…

Some residents on East Wesley call traffic calming bad design

By John Schaffner editor@reporternewspapers.netFormer Atlanta Mayor Sam Massell, the ceremonial mayor of Buckhead, refers to the traffic calming devices put in place along Lindbergh Drive and Peachtree Hills Avenue as…

Recipient of gifts to soldiers visits Weber School students

By John Schaffner editor@reporternewspapers.net  Petite and young looking 21-year-old Army Specialist Gabi Cha, on two-week leave from her base in Iraq, spent most of the day Feb. 16 visiting with…

Partnership to spearhead Civil Rights center

Mayor Shirley Franklin has launched a partnership with Atlanta Development Authority and Central Atlanta Progress to head the effort to build a Civil Rights Museum in downtown Atlanta. The Center…

Atlanta City Council approves Beltline overlay zoning district

By John Schaffner editor@reporternewspapers.netThe Atlanta City Council approved a Beltline overlay zoning district at its Feb. 19 meeting and also changed the city’s long-range land-use plan in order to assure…

NPU-B’s Sally Silver seeks common ground between developers, neighborhoods

By Tova Fruchtman A developer once told Sally Silver that she should be sent to negotiate peace in the Middle East. While that is quite a testament to her negotiating…

Sandy Springs-based Children’s Wish Foundation puts smiles on faces of dying children

By Meredith Pruden Pictures of smiling children line the walls one on top of the next—hundreds, maybe thousands, of them. One with actor Jim Carey, another with ex-President Bill Clinton.…

Clients turn their kitchens over to visitors to prepare family meals and

By Tova Fruchtman It’s not your typical 9-to-5 job. Instead, most personal chefs hit the grocery stores just after they open, around 7 a.m., buying all of the ingredients needed…

Piedmont Healthcare plans outpatient center

Piedmont Healthcare, parent of Piedmont Hospital, will operate a future outpatient/ambulatory center for Piedmont Hospital out of 75,000 square feet of Class A medical office space at the northwest corner…