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Shadow Puppets – Saturday, July 7

1:30-2:15 p.m. – Check out a puppet show presented by Wild Goose Chase Theater. Free, and open to all families and ages. Show promotes literacy and excites young people about…

Owen’s golf dynasty grows

Owen’s golf dynasty grows

Jim Owen came late to golf. He wasn’t one of those kids who hang around the country club practicing putting and looking for a pick-up match. Growing up in Rome,…

Dunwoody Police Blotter – from police reports dated through June 21

The following information was pulled from Dunwoody’s Police-to-Citizen Portal Event Search website and is presumed to be accurate. Homicide 4600 block of Peachtree Place Parkway – Willful killing with a…

Perimeter businesses form new alliance

Perimeter businesses form new alliance

Perimeter business leaders are starting a new organization – the Perimeter Business Alliance –they say will address problems that cross city and county lines in the area. The new group…

Council hires lawyer for ethics board

Council hires lawyer for ethics board

Dunwoody City Council approved an outside attorney to serve the city’s Board of Ethics when it is called for the first time in the young city’s history. At the council’s…

DeKalb school board raises taxes

Taxes will go up for DeKalb County residents this year after the school board voted for a millage increase to help close an $85 million deficit. At the DeKalb County…

County sends second tax assessments to some residents

County sends second tax assessments to some residents

Some DeKalb County property owners have received a second property appraisal after their initial notices were incredibly high — in some cases more than $200,000 higher than last year. Around…

Green Market to open at Spruill July 18

The Dunwoody Green Market has settled on a familiar new home: the Spruill Art Gallery. The Spruill Farm House was the market’s original location before it moved to Dunwoody Village.…

Music festival called off for 2012

Bill Grant, a board member of the Dunwoody Chamber of Commerce, told members of Dunwoody City Council on June 26 that the 2012 Dunwoody Music Festival has been canceled. Following…

Police say there’s no ‘magic’ when calculating staffing levels

Police say there’s no ‘magic’ when calculating staffing levels

In 2008, when Billy Grogan started work as Dunwoody’s police chief, he had no senior staff and no officers. He was the new city’s first police hire. By the time…