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State parks provide public places to admire autumn leaves

State parks provide public places to admire autumn leaves

  The return of autumn means it’s time to hit the highway and check out the changing colors of fall in the Georgia mountains. The Georgia Department of Natural Resources…

DeKalb Commissioner Gannon: Spending in report was for ‘public good’

DeKalb Commissioner Gannon: Spending in report was for ‘public good’

DeKalb County Commissioner Kathie Gannon responded to a controversial report on county corruption in an Oct. 2 email, saying that all her expenditures cited in the report were for the…

Some home-based businesses upset over sanitation fees

Some home-based businesses upset over sanitation fees

  DeKalb County’s sanitation department lowered its fees for home-based business owners in March, but Dunwoody residents who work from home say they’re still paying too much. Adrienne Duncan said…

Rader issues detailed response to ‘questionable spending’ report

Rader issues detailed response to ‘questionable spending’ report

DeKalb County Commissioner Jeff Rader has issued a detailed response to claims of his “questionable spending” and “suspicious charges” made in Mike Bowers and Richard Hyde’s controversial report on county…

Jester to hold Oct. 6 town hall on DeKalb corruption report

Jester to hold Oct. 6 town hall on DeKalb corruption report

DeKalb County Commissioner Nancy Jester will hold a town hall meeting in Brookhaven on Tues., Oct. 6 to discuss the controversial report on county government spending and corruption. The meeting…

Commentary: Time for the state Legislature to form a fair, more transparent process for new cityhood

Commentary: Time for the state Legislature to form a fair, more transparent process for new cityhood

  I currently have the honor of serving as the chairman of the Georgia Senate Committee on annexation, de-annexation and municipal incorporation. I sponsored the legislation forming this study committee,…

Mayor, city manager present budget to Dunwoody Homeowners Association

Mayor, city manager present budget to Dunwoody Homeowners Association

  Dunwoody’s city manager says $18 a month is all the average homeowner pays for city services.   During the Oct. 4 Dunwoody Homeowners Association meeting, Eric Linton, the city…

ChatComm shows just how far 911 technology has come

ChatComm shows just how far 911 technology has come

    When someone called for help a decade ago, the first question a 911 operator would ask a caller was, “What is your emergency?” Now, operators who work for…

Food: It’s all good for you

Food: It’s all good for you

  In a perfect world, my favorite foods would have magical properties. Croissants would make my hair smooth and silky, potato chips would make me sing on key, and bacon…

Rader defends donations listed in DeKalb corruption report

Rader defends donations listed in DeKalb corruption report

DeKalb County Commissioner Jeff Rader is defending his publicly funded donations to nonprofit organizations, which were criticized as “questionable” in the recently released report on DeKalb government corruption, according to…