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1 injured in Sandy Springs officer-involved shooting

1 injured in Sandy Springs officer-involved shooting

  One man was injured and taken to the hospital after a Sandy Springs police-involved shooting just after 5 p.m., WSB-TV is reporting. Sgt. Ronald Momon of Sandy Springs police…

Two men arrested for sale of heroin in Dunwoody apartment complex

Two men arrested for sale of heroin in Dunwoody apartment complex

  An Acworth man and a Florida man were arrested in a Dunwoody apartment complex, and charged with sale of heroin Jan. 29. While patrolling the Parkwood Village Apartment Complex,…

Wildcat Royale – Saturday, Jan. 31

Saturday, Jan. 31, 7-11 p.m. – The Dunwoody High School Community Association hosts “Wildcat Royale – A Night at the Club.” Enjoy food, dancing, a live auction, poker tournament and…

Woman killed walking I-285 refused police help

Woman killed walking I-285 refused police help

  The AJC is reporting that the woman who was killed walking along I-285 Jan. 22 refused a ride home from Dunwoody police an hour before her death. Gayla Joyce…

Murder Mystery – Saturday, Jan. 31

Saturday, Jan. 31, 1:30-4 p.m. – Help solve a murder mystery at the old asylum where the zombies run rampant! Also enjoy a lively book discussion, crafts and brains… actually…

Dunwoody council requires land-use plan for facilities

  Dunwoody City Council voted 4-to-2 on Jan. 26 to require a special land-use permit for operators of personal care homes housing less than four people in single-family residential areas.…

AJC moving its offices to Sandy Springs

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution plans to move its newsroom and other operations to Sandy Springs, ajc.com is reporting. The newspaper will move its offices from its Dunwoody location to 6325 Peachtree…

Taylor brings back legislation to allow independent city school districts

Taylor brings back legislation to allow independent city school districts

Rep. Tom Taylor admits his proposal to allow creation of more city school districts faces a tough time in the Legislature. “It’s going to take some heavy lifting,” Taylor said…

Report: Donations to councilman raise questions of conflict of interest

According to an investigation by the Atlanta Journal-Constituion and Channel 2 Action News, campaign donations to Brookhaven City Councilman Joe Gebbia may be ethically questionable. The story states that the…

Local veterans who served in France to receive highest honor

Local veterans who served in France to receive highest honor

By Bill Hendrick You don’t have to see many dead bodies sprawled all around you to realize you could be one, too, at any instant, but as a soldier, you…

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