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Standout Student – Joseph Seta

Joseph Seta Senior, Holy Spirit Preparatory School Joseph Seta plays defense on his school soccer team and also runs cross country to stay in shape. However, Joseph is not simply…

Library Support – Thursday, May 16

1 p.m. – Special preview for Friends of the Dunwoody Library, during their book sale. Browse 25,000 current hardback novels, paperbacks, children’s books, videos, CDs, DVDs, records, magazines, puzzles and…

Georgia banks appear to have stabilized after economic downtown, Bankers Association representative says

Georgia banks appear to have stabilized after economic downtown, Bankers Association representative says

Georgia banks appear to have “stabilized” after the recent economic downtown, a representative of the Georgia Bankers Association told Perimeter business leaders on Friday, May 10. “In 2012, more of…

Vets share tips for giving pets medicine

Vets share tips for giving pets medicine

While humans may have made significant gains in bridging the man-pet communication barrier, we’re not there yet, especially when it comes to medicine. It would be helpful if we could…

Grieving pet owners find comfort, support after loss

Grieving pet owners find comfort, support after loss

By J.D. Moor Editor’s note: Brookhaven writer J.D. Moor attended Georgia Veterinary Specialists’ pet loss support group after his cat, Jem, died last December. For many of us, our pets…

Education: New school report cards

The Georgia Department of Education has released new report cards on schools that will give parents a different view of student achievement. Schools will no longer be scored on the…

Rabies cases reported in north DeKalb raccoons

DeKalb County officials have placed two north DeKalb neighborhoods on alert after rabid raccoons were found in the areas. Officials said the two animals were captured near Ragley Hall Road…

Trash pickup

Trash pickup

City of Dunwoody employees and community volunteers met on April 27 at the now-demolished Emory Shallowford Hospital site to clean up a tributary of Nancy Creek, which runs adjacent to…

Former addict uses recovery experience to help others

By Anne Boatwright On any day of the week, a tall, unassuming bald guy helps keep no fewer than 50 people on the path to sobriety. Sandy Springs’ resident Trey…

Health Screenings – Tuesday, May 14

9 a.m.- 1 p.m. – Northside Hospital holds free community health screenings. Includes: Non-fasting cholesterol and glucose; blood pressure; body composition; osteoporosis screening; bladder health; lung capacity; sleep quality; coronary…