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Steve’s Live Music owner singing a new tune in entertainment

Steve’s Live Music owner singing a new tune in entertainment

Steve Grossman has a passion for the arts, but not the restaurant business. So, after nearly four years of operating Steve’s Live Music in Sandy Springs, a place where musicians…

Pollo Tropical withdraws Dunwoody rezoning request

Pollo Tropical withdraws Dunwoody rezoning request

Hines Atlanta Associates has withdrawn its rezoning request to build a drive-through Pollo Tropical Caribbean restaurant in the site of the closed DeKalb County police precinct on Ashford-Dunwoody. The withdrawal…

Holiday on Monday means DeKalb garbage pickups delayed a day next week

Holiday on Monday means DeKalb garbage pickups delayed a day next week

DeKalb County sanitation division workers will collect garbage a day late next week because of the Presidents Day holiday on Monday, the sanitation department announced Feb. 11. There will be…

Dunwoody City Council clashes with townhome developer

Dunwoody City Council clashes with townhome developer

  Dunwoody City Council members and a developer clashed at the Feb. 8 council meeting over a proposed project to build 14 multi-unit buildings on two parcels on the east…

Restaurant review: The secret of Himitsu’s success

Restaurant review: The secret of Himitsu’s success

By Megan Volpert Friends, prepare to part with your money. Himitsu belongs in New York and I’m glad to find it in Atlanta – a city whose finest chefs have…

Quick Bites: Double Zero moving from Sandy Springs to Emory area

Quick Bites: Double Zero moving from Sandy Springs to Emory area

Castellucci Hospitality Group plans to move its southern Italian restaurant Double Zero Napoletana from its location on Roswell Road in Sandy Springs to Emory Village. The restaurant will take over…

New DeKalb school superintendent says he wants to redirect attention to the classroom

New DeKalb school superintendent says he wants to redirect attention to the classroom

DeKalb County’s new school superintendent told a group of Dunwoody parents that he intends to turn attention away from the school district’s past problems and redirect it to success in…

ARC grants to pay for transportation projects and plans

ARC grants to pay for transportation projects and plans

The Atlanta Regional Commission has announced more than $5.8  million in grants for transportation projects in Brookhaven, Dunwoody and Sandy Springs. A $3.8 million grant to DeKalb County will finance…

Dunwoody police chief says crime rates increasing as development continues

Dunwoody police chief says crime rates increasing as development continues

Ongoing development, the bustling Perimeter Center and close proximity to I-285 and GA 400 all are expected to contribute to increasing crime rates in the city and spell out a…

Parents vote to renew Peachtree Middle School charter

Parents vote to renew Peachtree Middle School charter

Parents overwhelmingly voted Feb. 5 to approve Peachtree Middle School’s charter renewal, with 572 voting in favor, three voting against and one vote invalidated. This was the third vote on…

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