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‘Everything is going to be OK’ with Dunwoody’s Spruill Gallery

‘Everything is going to be OK’ with Dunwoody’s Spruill Gallery

Hundreds of cedar shake shingles are piled up outside the century-old farmhouse. They’re to be installed soon as a new roof, part of a makeover for the Spruill Gallery in…

Memorial Day weekend brings events remembering veterans and those who died in service

Memorial Day weekend brings events remembering veterans and those who died in service

Saturday, May 28, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. The Atlanta History Center honors U.S. veterans of generations past as well as those of today during the family program, Military Timeline. Meet veterans…

Project list for DeKalb Schools E-SPLOST spending to be laid out in December

Project list for DeKalb Schools E-SPLOST spending to be laid out in December

DeKalb County school officials plan to put together by December a final list of the projects to be financed through special education sales taxes approved in an overwhelming majority by…

In Dunwoody, incumbents Millar, Taylor win big in primary bids

In Dunwoody, incumbents Millar, Taylor win big in primary bids

In Dunwoody’s legislative races, Election Night proved to be a good night for incumbents. Sen. Fran Millar and Rep. Tom Taylor both overwhelmed challengers from within their own party in…

Voters turn out in Sandy Springs city election, but not so much elsewhere locally

Voters turn out in Sandy Springs city election, but not so much elsewhere locally

In Sandy Springs, when candidates say they hit the streets campaigning, they apparently mean it. On Election Day, three of the five candidates running in the special election for the…

16-story office building planned for Perimeter Center in Dunwoody

16-story office building planned for Perimeter Center in Dunwoody

A 16-story office building is in the works to be built on the corner of Perimeter Mall’s parking lot adjacent to the Dunwoody MARTA station. The 350,000 square-foot office building,…

Developers withdraw Dunwoody Crown Towers application over City Council vote uncertainty

Developers withdraw Dunwoody Crown Towers application over City Council vote uncertainty

A megadevelopment including four towers and hailed as the “gateway” to Dunwoody was pulled from the City Council agenda May 23 when representatives for the developers said they were uncertain…

Meeting on school use at Dunwoody Community Church slated for May 24

Meeting on school use at Dunwoody Community Church slated for May 24

A plan for a K-5 school with about 60 children to use the Dunwoody Community Church on the Sandy Springs-Dunwoody border will be the subject of a preliminary community meeting…

Sandy Springs approves Scottish Rite hospital expansion

Sandy Springs approves Scottish Rite hospital expansion

Update: This story has been updated with clarified hospital bed numbers and a construction timeline. A 60-bed expansion of the Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta at Scottish Rite hospital on Pill…

Exceptional Educator: Former Wall Street banker teaches statistics at Mount Vernon Presbyterian School

Exceptional Educator: Former Wall Street banker teaches statistics at Mount Vernon Presbyterian School

Editor’s note: Through our “Exceptional Educator” series, Reporter Newspapers is showcasing the work of some outstanding teachers and administrators at our local schools. If you would like to recommend an…

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