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Holiday lights make communities sparkle

Holiday lights make communities sparkle

Editor’s note: Hoping to be blinded by the holiday lights this year? During the past several Decembers, we have introduced our readers to the residents behind some of the biggest…

Police add extra patrols, put more officers in uniform for the holidays

Police add extra patrols, put more officers in uniform for the holidays

Santa’s got reindeer watching his sleigh, but shoppers at the mall best lock their cars and keep gifts out of plain sight, police say. With the arrival of Black Friday,…

Random act of kindness: Dunwoody driver helps man in wheelchair

Random act of kindness: Dunwoody driver helps man in wheelchair

  On officer with the Dunwoody Police Department on Nov. 23 posted on the Facebook Page about being dispatched to a welfare check of what was reported as a homeless…

Dunwoody city manager nominee calls job ‘homecoming’

Dunwoody city manager nominee calls job ‘homecoming’

Dunwoody’s city manager candidate, Eric Linton, says he feels like he’s coming home because he graduated from Chamblee High School. “I grew up just outside the Dunwoody city border and…

Light Up Dunwoody postponed until Nov. 30

The Dunwoody Homeowners Association has delayed its annual Light Up Dunwoody holiday display until Nov. 30. The celebration had been scheduled for today, Nov. 23, and was rescheduled because of…

Musicians play for patients at Northside Hospital

Musicians play for patients at Northside Hospital

Angi Bemiss says she always wanted to learn to read Latin and play the harp, so for their 10th wedding anniversary, her husband bought her a harp and some lessons.…

Standout Student: Berea Thornton has a passion for art

Standout Student: Berea Thornton has a passion for art

Berea Thornton Senior, Riverwood International Charter School Riverwood International Charter School senior Berea Thornton’s passion for art started at an early age. “I have always loved art and I have…

Robin’s Nest: Ode to the gourd – it’s pumpkin time

Robin’s Nest: Ode to the gourd – it’s pumpkin time

It’s November, and you know what that means: Pumpkin is the new bacon. Pumpkin is everywhere, flavoring everything from French toast to toothpaste. We’ve got pumpkin pancakes, pumpkin salsa, pumpkin…

Standout Student: William Lee excels at academics, extracurriculars, volunteering

Standout Student: William Lee excels at academics, extracurriculars, volunteering

William Lee, Senior, Wesleyan School Meticulous, desire to improve and a clever sense of humor is how others describe him. Observant, caring and witty are the three words Dunwoody resident…

Residents welcome the changes to come on Ga. 400, but worry about the noise, traffic during construction

Residents welcome the changes to come on Ga. 400, but worry about the noise, traffic during construction

Miguel Cornejo remembers when only two lanes of Ga. 400 carried traffic in each direction north and south. He recalls the wide grass median that divided the road then. He…

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