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Some officers pull extra hours to help direct school traffic

Some officers pull extra hours to help direct school traffic

Drive around metro Atlanta in the morning or late afternoon and you will likely encounter traffic troubles around schools, as big yellow buses, parents in minivans, and kids with backpacks…

Jester enters race for state superintendent

Jester enters race for state superintendent

Former DeKalb school board member Nancy Jester announced Nov. 11 that she will run for Georgia school superintendent. Jester, who represented Dunwoody and Brookhaven in District 1 for the DeKalb…

Thank you: Local communities honor veterans with song and ceremony

Thank you: Local communities honor veterans with song and ceremony

Communities around the metro area pushed the pause button on their busy lives Monday so they could reflect on the service and sacrifices of our veterans. Sandy Springs, Dunwoody, Buckhead…

It’s the sound of bats, not insects, during these matches

It’s the sound of bats, not insects, during these matches

Blackburn Park in Brookhaven, on a recent Saturday morning: On a couple of fields, parents cheer their kids as they play soccer. On one baseball field, a group of guys…

DeKalb officials plan meeting to discuss county’s future

DeKalb County and school officials plan a public meeting Nov. 14 in Decatur for “a conversation to move DeKalb forward,” the county announced Oct. 25. Members of the county commission,…

Standout Student – Morgan McConnell

Standout Student – Morgan McConnell

Morgan McConnell Mount Vernon Presbyterian School, senior Morgan McConnell has it covered. She covers canvases with her unique style of painting, covers pages with her creative writing, and covers the…

Stress-Free Holidays – Friday, Nov. 15,

11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. – The holiday season is a joyous time of year but often brings unwanted stress to our lives. Join others at a Lunch & Learn program at…

Dunwoody celebrates sidewalk construction

Dunwoody celebrates sidewalk construction

Dunwoody city officials are celebrating the city’s construction of five miles of sidewalks. On Nov. 8, city officials and residents cut a ribbon to mark completion of its fifth mile…

DeKalb parents, teachers ask for school system to do better

Parents and teachers in north DeKalb County shared their ideas for improving the struggling school system as part of a reboot of the district’s five-year plan. During a brainstorming session…

Olens: Metro water problems, second airport could be resolved together

Olens: Metro water problems, second airport could be resolved together

Metro Atlanta’s water problems could be addressed by striking a deal allowing Chattanooga to claim a second Atlanta airport in return for water from the Tennessee River, Georgia Attorney General…