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Outdoor living, small town charm draw homebuyers

Outdoor living, small town charm draw homebuyers

By Kathy Dean Just north of Atlanta, the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains offer a relaxed lifestyle, scenic views and friendly communities – all within a two-hour car ride from…

House rules: We Do … what we do grammatically

House rules: We Do …  what we do grammatically

By Robin Conte So, I’m browsing Pinterest, trolling for inspiration and I see it. It’s just what I need to whip my family into shape. It’s a “house rules” sign.…

Head for the hills: Mountain events and activities

Head for the hills: Mountain events and activities

If you’re headed to the mountains to look for that perfect vacation retreat or retirement home, why not coincide your visit with some of the many events and activities happening…

Dunwoody police blotter: From police reports dated May 22 through June 5

  The following information was pulled from Dunwoody’s Police-to-Citizen Portal Event Search website and is presumed to be accurate. Robbery 6600 block of Peachtree-Industrial Boulevard—On May 30, a robbery in…

New flex lanes open on Ga. 400

Commuters should have new options on Ga. 400. Starting June 15, the Georgia Department of Transportation planned to open four miles of new morning and afternoon flex lanes along the…

Hemy Neuman’s conviction overturned by Georgia Supreme Court

Hemy Neuman’s conviction overturned by Georgia Supreme Court

The Georgia Supreme Court has reversed the conviction of Hemy Neuman, saying the trial judge made a mistake when he allowed notes and records of two mental health experts into…

All Saints parking deck approved by Dunwoody City Council

All Saints parking deck approved by Dunwoody City Council

  All Saints Catholic Church will be able to go ahead with its renovation plans and to build a parking deck on its campus. After deferring a decision on All…

Dunwoody’s first assistant city manager wants to ‘set foundation for city’s future’

Dunwoody’s first assistant city manager wants to ‘set foundation for city’s future’

  Jessica Guinn said when people think about government, too often they think about the District of Colombia or the state capital. “What happens locally really impacts you so much…

Take time to explore North Georgia’s vineyards and wineries

Take time to explore North Georgia’s vineyards and wineries

  By Robin Conte If “wine is sunlight held together by water,” as Galileo observed, then North Georgia has the ingredients for a good bottle of grape. In the last…

Standout student Abraham Araya sets goals, breaks records

Standout student Abraham Araya sets goals, breaks records

  With cross country, track, advanced placement classes, marching band and community service on his resume, one could say Abraham Araya just about does it all.   “I want to…