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High schools honor their valedictorians and salutatorians

Graduation season 2013 arrived amid a flurry of final tests, the awarding of diplomas and the distribution of honors to high-achieving students. Here are some of the top achievers among…

Police departments announce international conference

The police departments of Atlanta, Sandy Springs and Dunwoody will entertain law enforcement agencies from around the world this weekend. The International Conference for Police and Law Enforcement Executives will…

Clay Tales – Tuesday, June 11

4-5 p.m. – Listen to Roelna tell a story, then create some art about the story. Free. Appropriate for all ages. Open to the first 25 participants. Call 770-512-4640 or…

Away for summer vacation? Have police check your house

By Hilary Butschek Local police will check on empty homes this summer to ease vacationers’ worries. House-check programs are a free service provided to citizens by police in which officers…

Dunwoody tax digest rises; city officials schedule hearings on 2013 millage

The value of property in Dunwoody increased by about $64 million in the past year, according to figures from DeKalb County tax officials. The tax digest rose in 2013 to…

Dunwoody Police Blotter dated through May 23

From police reports dated through May 23. The following information was pulled from Dunwoody’s Police-to-Citizen Portal Event Search website and is presumed to be accurate. Robbery 2100 block of Peachford…

Tucked away, Lakeview Oaks offers haven to those who find it

Tucked away, Lakeview Oaks offers haven to those who find it

Lakeview Oaks might seem easy to overlook. To find it, you drive down a winding, magnolia-shaded Dunwoody street and when you get to what seems like the end, you cross…

Save Dunwoody organization says its online poll shows opposition to city’s direction

Save Dunwoody, a coalition of residents who question decisions by city officials, says its recent online poll drew 1,397 responses. More than three-fourths of the respondents say they opposed the…

Scenes from a busy weekend in Dunwoody, Brookhaven and Sandy Springs

Scenes from a busy weekend in Dunwoody, Brookhaven and Sandy Springs

Dancers rocked and Soap Box Derby race cars rolled during a busy weekend in Reporter Newspapers communities. Here are some of the scenes photographer Phil Mosier found during activities in…

You can make all the difference

You can make all the difference

Editor’s note: As high schools and colleges invite successful alumni to return to campus to share their thoughts about life, we thought we’d provide a “commencement address” of our own.…