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School Briefs

From staff reports Holy Spirit Prep named a top Catholic school Holy Spirit Preparatory School has been named one of America’s top 50 Catholic high schools by the Catholic High…

Panel recounts the old of Buckhead, forecasts the new

By John Schaffner editor@reporternewspapers.net It all started when Robin Loudermilk, president and COO of Aaron Rents, Inc., walked from his office in Buckhead Village to his car one evening a…

Streets adds Loro Piana to boutiques

The Streets of Buckhead has signed Loro Piana, to the list of boutiques slated to open in the shopping district in 2009. The store will be located on Buckhead Avenue…

Business Briefs

3344 Peachtree / SOVEREIGN tops out Regent Partners, LLC celebrated the topping out of the 635-foot, 50-story 3344 Peachtree mixed-use building and its luxury condominium home component, SOVEREIGN on Nov.…

Spotlight on… Café Sunflower

Restaurant Reporter Jan Butsch Schroder As a child, I met any vegetable other than green beans and fried okra (if that even counts) with violent resistance, and only ate salads…

Completion of ‘revive285 top end’ plans may be 10-15 years off

By John Schaffner editor@reporternewspapers.net Motorists who drive any portion of the northern arc of I-285—between I-75 and I-85—likely are looking for some forthcoming fix for the congestion that plagues that…

Piedmont Healthcare announces plans for new heart institute

Piedmont Healthcare President and CEO R. Timothy Stack recently announced the launch of the Piedmont Heart Institute (PHI), the first integrated cardiovascular healthcare delivery program affiliated with a community health…

Local Ironman makes history

By Katie Fallon Sandy Springs resident Scott Rigsby, 39, made history Oct. 13 by becoming the first double amputee to finish the Ironman triathlon championship in Kona, Hawaii. As reported…

On things beautiful, and things ugly, and things that just don’t make sense

Editor’s Notes John F. Schaffner Let’s just say it up front: I like the new “boulevard” look to Peachtree Road—the first phase of which was recently completed and dedicated between…

Open Hand celebrates 20 years and a new kitchen

Open Hand celebrated its 20th anniversary and newly expanded service kitchen on Oct. 18 with an event that raised almost $200,000 for the nonprofit organization. Open Hand, formerly known as…