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Red Letter Jesus – Wednesday, Jan. 9

6:30 p.m. – Kingswood United Methodist Church hosts Brad Sherrill in “Red Letter Jesus.” Enjoy an evening of theatre as live performance and multimedia come together to present Jesus in…

Authorities search DeKalb CEO Ellis’ home

Authorities search DeKalb CEO Ellis’ home

STONE MOUNTAIN, GA (CBS ATLANTA) – Search warrants were issued by the DeKalb County district attorney’s office to search the home and office of the county chief executive officer. CEO…

Discussion of three ‘hot button’ projects pops up at Dunwoody Homeowners Association meeting

Discussion of three ‘hot button’ projects pops up at Dunwoody Homeowners Association meeting

Displeasure with three planned public projects in Dunwoody spilled into the discussion during a question-and-answer session during the Dunwoody Homeowners Association’s annual meeting Jan. 6. “When we formed this city,…

Temporary Restraining Order extended for Brook Run Park

By Tom Oder The Temporary Restraining Order that has halted construction of a 12-foot wide non-porous multi-use concrete trail through Brook Run Park and the removal of 337 trees in…

Dunwoody: Middle School track moving along

The long-awaited new track for Peachtree Charter Middle School is finally on its way. In its regular newsletter, the city of Dunwoody reports it is working with the DeKalb County…

Dunwoody Letters to the Editor

Hirsch’s lawsuit was not without merit To the editor: Joe Earle’s use of the word “gadfly” to describe Joseph Hirsch was totally inappropriate. The courts decided to award Mr. Hirsch…

Local police departments report DUI figures for New Year’s

Police officers in Sandy Springs, Dunwoody and Atlanta’s Zone 2 precinct made a total of 15 arrests for Driving Under the Influence on New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day.…

Standout Student – Holly Shaw

Standout Student – Holly Shaw

Holly Shaw Holy Innocents Episcopal School, junior Many teens spend the summer catching up on sleep, relaxing by the pool or soaking up the sun. Holly Shaw tells a different…

Jacobs on Crime: How should you react in an ‘active shooter’ situation?

Jacobs on Crime: How should you react in an ‘active shooter’ situation?

Recent tragedies such as the mass shootings at the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., and the movie theater in Aurora, Colo., raise serious questions. How do we prevent…

Dunwoody High School exchange students have a ball

Dunwoody High School exchange students have a ball

By Katie Kilbourne, Guest Writer Editor’s note: The Dunwoody Reporter is supporting the journalism program at Dunwoody High School. Printing costs for the Dec. 14, 2012 edition of Wildcats Today…