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Piedmont Healthcare plans outpatient center

By John F. Schaffner editor@reporternewspapers.net 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…

Atlanta schools win $496,000 federal grant for school

By John F. Schaffner editor@reporternewspapers.net Atlanta Public Schools (APS) has been awarded a $496,000 grant from the U.S. Education Department’s Office of Safe & Drug Free Schools to improve and…

Long road home

By Meredith Pruden Sharon Silva finally found her calling when, after a 20-year career in the equipment leasing and finance industry, she felt it necessary to do something that made…

Turtles spawn ‘Heart to Art’ benefit, highlighting local artists

By Meredith Pruden When the ladies of the Sandy Springs Society first conceived the idea for the Town Turtles, it is doubtful even the masterminds themselves imagined the level of…

History Center spotlights expanded facility and focus with King exhibit

By Meredith Pruden A more apropos day for the unveiling of the Atlanta History Center’s newest exhibition could not have been selected. “I Have a Dream: The Morehouse College Martin…

Peach of a bus route links Buckhead to downtown

By Meredith Pruden Prior to The Peach’s arrival, passengers had to switch routes at Art Center Station to make the remainder of the trip. The frigid temperatures are enough to…

Is promised new Buckhead Village just around the corner?

By John F. Schaffner editor@reporternewspapers.net Is it possible that high-end apparel retailer Barneys New York might set the stage for the rebirth of Buckhead Village as Atlanta’s answer to Rodeo…

Harry Norman CEO is ‘bullish’ on residential real estate

By John F. Schaffner editor@reporternewspapers.net “I am very bullish on Atlanta….I am bullish on Buckhead,” J. Lewis Glenn, president and CEO of Harry Norman Realtors, told the Buckhead Business Association…

Atlanta International School survives NPU-B zoning battle

By John F. Schaffner editor@reporternewspapers.net The Atlanta International School, a beloved institution of most Buckhead leaders and residents, won a struggle with the Garden Hills Civic Association over three zoning…

Add your vision to Chastain Park

By John F. Schaffner editor@reporternewspapers.netThe Chastain Park Conservancy (CPC) is in the process of forging a new master plan for 238-acre Chastain Park—the city’s largest park—and wants the help of…