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Former Dunwoody councilman: All we wanted is a walking trail

Former Dunwoody councilman: All we wanted is a walking trail

To the editor: In just a few days, bulldozers and chain saws are scheduled to arrive at Brook Run Park, one of the last urban forests in our community, to…

St. Luke’s Christmas – Sunday, Dec. 16

11 a.m. – All are invited to experience the message of the holy season at St. Luke’s Presbyterian Church’s annual event featuring choirs retelling the Christmas story through song, scripture…

Brook Run trail opponents take their fight to Dunwoody City Council

Opponents of the planned concrete trail through Brook Run Park took their arguments to Dunwoody City Council on Dec. 10. More than 60 people, many wearing red shirts or sweaters,…

Spruill Holiday Market – Saturday, Dec. 15

11 a.m.-3 p.m. – The Spruill Gallery holds a jewelry trunk show, featuring a dozen area artists. In conjunction with the gallery’s annual Holiday Artists Market. Free and open to…

Public-private model on its way to Brookhaven

Public-private model on its way to Brookhaven

When the city of Brookhaven begins providing services to citizens it plans to outsource most of them to private firms. Public-private partnerships are the template for Georgia’s new cities. Sandy…

Sneiderman asks for charges to be dropped

Andrea Sneiderman’s attorneys have asked for the eight-count indictment against her to be thrown out. According to Reporter Newspapers broadcast partner CBS Atlanta, motions filed in DeKalb Superior Court Dec.…

Brookhaven commission cancels meeting

The Governor’s Commission on Brookhaven has canceled its regular Thursday night meeting for Dec. 6. “We will instead focus on completing the evaluation process such that we can make final…

Street Talk

Street Talk

Q: Do you think you’ll spend more, less, or about the same amount on Christmas shopping this year as compared to last year?…

DeKalb school officials Chamblee High classroom building renovation to be completed in December 2013

DeKalb school officials Chamblee High classroom building renovation to be completed in December 2013

The steel frame is rising for the new classroom building at Chamblee Charter High School. School officials say the building is scheduled to open for classes in about a year.…

Menorah Madness – Monday, Dec. 10

5:15 p.m. – This Chanukah celebration, free and open to the community, features a performance by gymnasts The Little Sparks, a Menorah lighting and Chanukah songs with Rabbi Glusman. Chanukah…