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‘I knew her as Mom,’ says daughter on passing of Sandy Springs’ founding mayor

‘I knew her as Mom,’ says daughter on passing of Sandy Springs’ founding mayor

    The City of Sandy Springs hosted a memorial for its founding mayor April 24, where city officials and family members noted that Sandy Springs was Eva Galambos’ fourth…

‘Preserve the character’ Dunwoody residents say during ‘needs and opportunities’ workshop

‘Preserve the character’ Dunwoody residents say during ‘needs and opportunities’ workshop

  Maintaining the neighborhoods and preserving the “historic charm” of Dunwoody were the two most popular goals of residents who attended the April 23 public workshop hosted by Dunwoody City.…

MARTA plans track north toward Alpharetta

  Plans to extend the MARTA rail line up Georgia 400 into Alpharetta are causing some concern for Sandy Springs city leaders, according to broadcast partner WSB-TV Atlanta.…

Making a difference: Families make memories through charity work in community

Making a difference: Families make memories through charity work in community

Some mothers and daughters challenge the traditional methods of spending quality time together by making six-year commitments to serving others in the community. The main mission of the National Charity…

Memorial service for Eva Galambos set for 2 p.m. today

Memorial service for Eva Galambos set for 2 p.m. today

The city of Sandy Springs plans to host a memorial service to honor the life and contributions of Eva Galambos, the city’s founding mayor, on Friday, April 24. The service,…

FBI investigates 2010 repairs to DeKalb CEO’s home

FBI investigates 2010 repairs to DeKalb CEO’s home

The FBI is investigating repairs to the home of DeKalb County CEO Lee May, ajc.com and WSB-TV, Channel 2, are reporting. May got special treatment involving repairs after a sewer…

Dunwoody Needs and Opportunities Workshops set for April 23, 25

Dunwoody Needs and Opportunities Workshops set for April 23, 25

  The City of Dunwoody invites residents and community members to help “frame priorities” at two Needs and Opportunities Workshops taking place on Thursday, April 23  from 6 to 8…

9th annual Spruill Art Center Pottery & Art Sale

Friday, April 24, 10 a.m. – The Spruill Center Ceramics Department will host a two day sale of a variety of high-quality ceramics, glass, and jewelry created by Spruill Arts…

Galambos remembered for changing history

Galambos remembered for changing history

Friends, family and fans on Tuesday remembered Eva Galambos, Sandy Springs’ “founding mother” and first mayor, as a strong woman who loved history, lived it and changed it. “The mayor…

Power company cutting trees beneath power lines, even if residents object

Many Dunwoody homeowners dislike losing their trees, but Georgia Power Company officials say they prioritize safe and reliable electricity. That means removing trees that could grow 15 feet or higher.…

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