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Dunwoody tweaking controversial new building rules

Several Dunwoody city officials appear ready to move forward with controversial new regulations that would make it more expensive to erect certain kinds of buildings in the city. “I am…

Mann wins election as DeKalb sheriff

Mann wins election as DeKalb sheriff

DeKalb Sheriff Jeff Mann easily held on to his office July 22 with a runoff election victory over the county’s former CEO.. In unofficial returns, Mann collected more than three…

ChatComm to go live in Brookhaven Aug. 11

Brookhaven police calls will be dispatched through the private 911 authority known as ChatComm on Aug. 11. City Council voted to approve the agreement with the Chattahoochee River 911 Authority at…

MJCCA to present ‘Les Miserables’

MJCCA to present ‘Les Miserables’

The Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta is is presenting ‘Les Misérables’ Aug. 7 to 17 at the MJCCA’s Morris & Rae Frank Theatre, 5342 Tilly Mill Road, Dunwoody. Tickets are $15-29. This…

DeKalb voters to elect next sheriff

DeKalb County’s sheriff and a former county CEO meet in a runoff election July 22 to determine who will serve as the county’s next sheriff. Sheriff Jeff Mann, who took…

Standout Student: Grace Guynn cultivates love of service

Standout Student: Grace Guynn cultivates love of service

Student Profile: Grace Guynn, rising junior St. Pius X Catholic School Though Grace Guynn has always had a love for service, she recently found a conduit for cultivating her passion.…

Robin’s Nest: Some birds of a feather should not flock together

Robin’s Nest: Some birds of a feather should not flock together

By Robin Jean Marie Conte I have a bit of a summertime routine. Each morning, as the humidity ripens and before it becomes oppressive, I go outside to my deck,…

Local artist’s work featured at Blue Heron Nature Preserve

Local artist’s work featured at Blue Heron Nature Preserve

By Jenna Goff Kerry Butler started painting when he was a boy. “I was always drawing in class, starting at the age of 5,” said the Peachtree Hills artist. “So…

Stage Door Players announce new season

Stage Door Players announce new season

By Jenna Goff “This show was chosen as our yearly gift to our audiences,” said Robert Egizio, the artistic director of Stage Door Players. “A classic comedy is a perfect…

Marshmallow Bridges – Monday, July 21

Monday, July 21, 4-5 p.m. Kids, learn about engineering by making marshmallow bridges! Open to the first 30 participants. For ages 4-14. Free and open to the community. Call 770-512-4640…

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