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Weeds, trucks and fences: A look at one city’s residents complaints

Weeds, trucks and fences: A look at one city’s residents complaints

From reporting potholes to cracked sidewalks to dead trees, Brookhaven residents are reporting items directly to city officials that they want to see fixed through the city’s Brookhaven Connect app…

A contemporary art gallery opens with music, live painting

A contemporary art gallery opens with music, live painting

A contemporary art gallery has joined the restaurants, health centers, shops and grocery store in the Sandy Springs City Walk complex. Dakoro Edwards, a 42-year-old Sandy Springs resident, celebrated the…

Father, son team up on Perimeter-based video gaming business

Father, son team up on Perimeter-based video gaming business

When Stephen Johnston Jr. was a student at Buckhead’s Pace Academy more than 20 years ago, his dad got a phone call from a teacher and feared the worst. But…

Dunwoody Planning Commission approves more parking spaces for new bank

Dunwoody Planning Commission approves more parking spaces for new bank

The Dunwoody Planning Commission approved Aug. 9 a special land use permit to allow for more parking spaces at the site of the former Hickory House restaurant where a new…

Neuman guilty in Dunwoody daycare murder re-trial

Neuman guilty in Dunwoody daycare murder re-trial

Hemy Neuman has been found guilty of malice murder in the killing of Russell “Rusty” Sneiderman in 2010 outside a Dunwoody daycare center, according to CBS46. He was sentenced to…

Perimeter alcohol retailers see a millennial-driven boom

Perimeter alcohol retailers see a millennial-driven boom

The Perimeter’s influx of apartment-dwelling, craft-beer-loving millennials is driving a boom in beer, wine and spirits stores, local retailers say. Business is good enough that owners are willing to sell…

Outside attorneys: Dunwoody Homeowners Association members on city boards is conflict of interest

Outside attorneys: Dunwoody Homeowners Association members on city boards is conflict of interest

An attorney hired by the Dunwoody City Council said it is not “crystal clear” if there is a conflict of interest for Dunwoody Homeowners Association members to serve on city…

5-skyscraper project comes with new traffic, transit promises

5-skyscraper project comes with new traffic, transit promises

The billion-dollar, five-skyscraper redevelopment plan for 1117 Perimeter Center West has drawn traffic concerns. At an Aug. 22 community meeting, the developers tried to reassure residents with new commitments: guaranteeing…

Dunwoody Police officer still under investigation for 2012 shooting

Dunwoody Police officer still under investigation for 2012 shooting

A Dunwoody Police officer remains on active duty while being investigated for possible criminal charges by the DeKalb County District Attorney’s office for fatally shooting a suspect in 2012. Sgt.…

Commentary: Playing American football in Ireland

Commentary: Playing American football in Ireland

The 2016 Marist War Eagle football team will have the unique and unprecedented opportunity to travel to Dublin, Ireland, to play an American football game in a completely different environment…

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