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Chai Drive – Sunday, Aug. 24

Sunday, Aug. 24, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Plan for your family’s healthy future, or be a bone marrow match for someone. JScreen and Gift of Life partner to offer two tests.…

Updated: Dunwoody’s Old Hickory House closes

Update: The Atlanta Business Chronicle has clarified its report on the Old Hickory House today, saying its future is “uncertain.” A sign on the property says it’s shut down for…

Price says Congress does pass a few laws, after all

Price says Congress does pass a few laws, after all

Sixth District U.S. Rep. Tom Price says that although Congress has a reputation for doing little or nothing, it recently managed to pass two important pieces of legislation. One addressed…

Dunwoody Police reach out to residents via ‘Coffee with a Cop’

Dunwoody Police reach out to residents via ‘Coffee with a Cop’

  It’s a simple concept: police and community members come together in an informal, neutral space to discuss community issues, build relationships and drink coffee.     The Dunwoody Police…

ARC report: Population grows as economic recovery continues

ARC report: Population grows as economic recovery continues

According to the latest Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC) population estimates, the 10-county Atlanta region added some 52,700 people between April 1, 2013 and April 1, 2014. While not as robust…

Bob Saget to headline MJCCA book festival

Bob Saget to headline MJCCA book festival

When the Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta’s annual book festival returns for its 23rd year in November, author and comedian Bob Saget will be one of the 40-plus guests…

Standout Student: Elena Hartley designs her own graphic novel

Standout Student: Elena Hartley designs her own graphic novel

Elena Hartley The Lovett School, Class of 2014 Elena Hartley says she learned the value of hard work while writing and developing her own manga, or graphic novel, “Renewal.” “I…

Making a Difference: Annual fundraiser spreads TurningPoint’s message

Making a Difference: Annual fundraiser spreads TurningPoint’s message

By Jenna Goff When a friend of Tom Purcell’s was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2006, she quickly turned to TurningPoint, a breast cancer rehabilitation clinic that provides therapy for…

Dunwoody police schedule ‘coffee with a cop’ chat for Monday

Dunwoody police schedule ‘coffee with a cop’ chat for Monday

Dunwoody police officers plan to meet residents on Monday, Aug. 18, for an informal chat over coffee. The department announced it had scheduled a “Coffee With A Cop” session at…

Report: ‘King and Queen’ buildings to be sold again

Report: ‘King and Queen’ buildings to be sold again

Less than two years after selling for more than $300 million, Concourse Corporate Center and its landmark “King and Queen” towers may be heading back on the market, according to…