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Dunwoody Police cite six businesses for selling alcohol to minors

Dunwoody Police cite six businesses for selling alcohol to minors

The Dunwoody Police Department cited six local businesses for selling alcohol to minors during a recent sting operation, according to a press release. The businesses cited by the police department:…

Spruill Center for the Arts looks to expand space on Chamblee-Dunwoody Road

Spruill Center for the Arts looks to expand space on Chamblee-Dunwoody Road

The Spruill Center for the Arts is going before the Dunwoody City Council next week to ask for the city’s assistance in expanding its space on Chamblee-Dunwoody Road. Spruill Center…

Dunwoody City Council receives City Hall update on costs, renovations

Dunwoody City Council receives City Hall update on costs, renovations

Renovations, repairs and upgrades to the new City Hall are bringing the total cost of the project closer to $11 million, according to a update to the mayor and City…

DeKalb CEO Thurmond to address water billing crisis

DeKalb CEO Thurmond to address water billing crisis

DeKalb CEO Michael Thurmond will address the water billing crisis during a special called meeting of the Board of Commissioners on Thursday, Feb. 23, at 9:15 a.m., according to a…

Dunwoody council approves resolution to raise hotel/motel tax

Dunwoody council approves resolution to raise hotel/motel tax

The Dunwoody City Council is hoping to join with other cities in the area to raise its hotel/motel tax from 5 percent to 8 percent to promote tourism in the…

Dunwoody Police blotter, Feb. 5-12

Dunwoody Police blotter, Feb. 5-12

From Dunwoody Police reports dated Feb. 5 through Feb. 12. The following information was pulled from Dunwoody’s Police-2-Citizen website. Burglary and Robbery 1700 block of Mount Vernon Road — On…

Police investigating former Dunwoody city attorney’s claim of Facebook hack

Police investigating former Dunwoody city attorney’s claim of Facebook hack

The Dunwoody Police Department is seeking information from Facebook as part of its fraud investigation into claims the former assistant city attorney’s Facebook page was hacked. Chief Billy Grogan said…

Robin’s Nest: Marching to my own holiday drum

Robin’s Nest: Marching to my own holiday drum

I feel like I’ve spent half my life sitting in traffic and the other half waiting for something to download. And that’s a bad thing, because I’m not a patient…

Letter: Immigrants are vetted better than Trump

Letter: Immigrants are vetted better than Trump

In response to “Why Trump order inspired my first political protest” (Reporter Newspapers, Feb. 3): These travelers and immigrants have been much more thoroughly vetted than Trump has allowed himself…

Letter: Great business started in America

Letter: Great business started in America

In his commentary “Why Trump order inspired my first political protest” (Reporter Newspapers, Feb. 3), Conor Sen wrote that “you never know where the next great business opportunity will come…

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