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PATH400, Perimeter Center transit on Sandy Springs’ T-SPLOST wish list

PATH400, Perimeter Center transit on Sandy Springs’ T-SPLOST wish list

A PATH400 extension and a Perimeter Center trail network doubling as a possible future monorail or trolley line are among projects Sandy Springs wants to fund with a transportation sales…

Dunwoody City Council to hold special called meeting on Perimeter Center zoning

Dunwoody City Council to hold special called meeting on Perimeter Center zoning

A special called meeting of the Dunwoody City Council is set for Wednesday, May 4, at 5 p.m. at City Hall to go over zoning in the Perimeter Center. A…

Local House and Senate candidates raise, spend thousands

Local House and Senate candidates raise, spend thousands

Local Republican House and Senate candidates are raising—and spending—thousands of dollars in advance of the May 24 primary election, according to state campaign finance reports. House District 80 In the…

Perimeter Business: Pet portrait business makes its warm-and-fuzzy mark

Perimeter Business: Pet portrait business makes its warm-and-fuzzy mark

A new Sandy Springs business called My Pooch Face is working like a dog, producing custom portrait paintings of pets for hundreds of clients across the country. “We got it…

Dunwoody Police blotter from April 13-24

Dunwoody Police blotter from April 13-24

Taken from Dunwoody police reports dated April 13-April 24 The following information was pulled from Dunwoody’s Police-2-Citizen website and is presumed to be accurate. On April 14 at approximately 7:45…

Resident says Pill Hill street buy-out is not a done deal

Resident says Pill Hill street buy-out is not a done deal

The buy-out of an entire residential street for a large mixed-use project on Pill Hill is not a done deal, even though the plan is on a community meeting agenda…

Price says he’ll support Trump if he’s the Republican nominee

Price says he’ll support Trump if he’s the Republican nominee

U.S. Rep. Tom Price (R-Roswell) says he will support Donald Trump if he wins the Republican nomination for president. “I’ll support the nominee of the the party,” Price said before…

Dunwoody Crown Towers agrees to ‘voluntary impact fee’ of $760,000 for DHA support

Dunwoody Crown Towers agrees to ‘voluntary impact fee’ of $760,000 for DHA support

The Dunwoody Homeowners Associated voted Sunday, May 1, to support the Crown Towers development and developers’ request that the residential units be 50 percent rental and 50 percent owner occupied…

Standout student: Wade Kovalik dreams of making something fly

Standout student: Wade Kovalik dreams of making something fly

Wade Kovalik North Atlanta High School, senior Wade Kovalik wants to be an aerospace engineer. Or a pilot. Or maybe both. “My dream would be for an aircraft or rocket…

Commentary on Civil War monuments: ‘The past is always more complicated than it seems’

Commentary on Civil War monuments: ‘The past is always more complicated than it seems’

By Sheffield Hale Confederate monuments and memorials have stirred discussion in the South for decades. Debate over keeping or removing them, however, intensified after the Charleston tragedy in June 2015,…

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