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Power of Laughter – Tuesday, July 17

12-1:30 p.m. – Have you ever wondered why laughter is often called “the best medicine?” Join Celeste Greene of Laughter Yoga Atlanta for an interactive “playshop” about the health benefits…

Wilbanks returns home to head Wieuca Road Baptist

Wilbanks returns home to head Wieuca Road Baptist

As it turns out, you can go home again. And, in the case of Mark Wilbanks, you can even follow exactly in your father’s footsteps. In February, the younger Wilbanks…

Chief updates council on staffing plan

Dunwoody Police Chief Billy Grogan spoke to the Dunwoody City Council June 11 about his plan to increase the city’s police department by 18 people, including sworn officers and support…

Bonser wants city to pay for lawyers in Dunwoody ethics case

Bonser wants city to pay for lawyers in Dunwoody ethics case

By Chuck Stanley Dunwoody City Councilwoman Adrian Bonser wants the city to pay lawyers’ fees arising from the ethics complaint filed against her by other members of the council. “This is…

Concert in the Park – Saturday, July 14

7-9 p.m. – The Dunwoody Nature Center hosts the Hannah Thomas Band, part of its Concert in the Park series. Free for DNC members; $5 for non-members and guests. Outside…

Who represents you? Where do you vote? Check these web sites for answers to election questions

Who represents you? Where do you vote? Check these web sites for answers to election questions

Confused about which voting district you live in? District lines have been redrawn, so your legislators may have changed. Here are a couple of web sites you can use to…

Dunwoody 4th of July Parade marches again

Dunwoody 4th of July Parade marches again

Dunwoody’s annual celebration of America’s birthday looks like something Norman Rockwell would’ve painted. The two-mile parade route along Mount Vernon Road was a landscape of bright reds, solid blues, booming…

Bonser calls for ethics attorney to step down

Dunwoody City Councilwoman Adrian Bonser is asking that the attorney selected to represent the Board of Ethics  step down. Bonser faces an ethics hearing after an investigative report commissioned by…

Chapmans contribute $1 million to Piedmont cancer program

Former Equifax Chairman and CEO Thomas F. Chapman and his wife Karen recently donated more than $1 million to Piedmont Healthcare to support an expansion of the health system’s cancer…

Standout Student – Constance Noziére

Standout Student – Constance Noziére

Constance Noziére Atlanta International School, senior From age 12 to age 15, Constance Noziere lived in Japan. She and her family lived there because of her father’s job. Constance loved…