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I-285 variable speed limits to take effect Sunday

Beginning Sunday, Oct. 5, variable speed limits (VSL) will be in effect on I-285 north of its interchanges with I-20, the Georgia Department of Transportation said in a press release.…

Northbound lane closures on Ga. 400 scheduled this week

Weather permitting, Department of Transportation contractors rebuilding the Ga. 400 interchange at Northridge Road will close two of four northbound Georgia 400 lanes each overnight this week, said the Georgia…

School merger will ‘strengthen community’

School merger will ‘strengthen community’

There’s a new cat in town. The jaguar is the mascot representing the new Atlanta Jewish Academy, a merger of two longtime private Jewish schools in the Atlanta area –…

Around Town: She’s got a hammer and knows how to use it

Around Town: She’s got a hammer and knows how to use it

After living for 38 years in Sandy Springs, Julia Woodman was talking one recent afternoon about moving. “This was country when I moved out here,” Woodman said as she sat…

Dunwoody police seek victims in waitress credit fraud case

Dunwoody police seek victims in waitress credit fraud case

The Dunwoody Police Department on Sept. 19 arrested Nicey Marie Joseph, 26, of Forest Park, on three counts of financial transaction card fraud, two counts of elder exploitation and two…

Jazz at the JCC concert to feature Andy Statman Trio

Jazz at the JCC concert to feature Andy Statman Trio

Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta Arts & Culture will present a “Jazz at the JCC” concert featuring The Andy Statman Trio on Sunday, Oct. 19, at 7 p.m. Combining klezmer, bluegrass…

Chattahoochee recreation area hosts naturalization ceremony, waives entry fees on Saturday

Chattahoochee recreation area hosts naturalization ceremony, waives entry fees on Saturday

The Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area will celebrate National Lands Days on Saturday, Sept. 27, by waving its entry fees for a day and by hosting a naturalization ceremony to…

Dunwoody’s Brook Run Skate Park gets concession stand, skateboarding lessons

Dunwoody’s Brook Run Skate Park gets concession stand, skateboarding lessons

  The Dunwoody City Council on Monday voted unanimously to approve a contract for Brook Run Skate Park concessionaires Robb Hart and Ian Awbery to sell drinks and provide programming.…

School systems pursue options for more flexibility

School systems pursue options for more flexibility

DeKalb schools may soon pass Fulton County schools to become the state’s largest charter system if they succeed in its plan to convert its operations to a more flexible model.…

Book Sale – Thursday, Sept. 25

Thursday, Sept. 25, 1-4 p.m. – The Friends of the Dunwoody Library hold their book sale. Browse titles and take home books, magazines, CDs, DVDs and much more. Members only…

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