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Community Assistance Center accepting food boxes, gift cards

People interested in helping needy families this Thanksgiving and throughout the holiday season can pitch in by donating a food box or gift card to the Community Assistance Center. The…

Council will continue roundabout study

Council will continue roundabout study

Dunwoody City Council agreed to complete the design for improvements at Womack and Vermack roads, despite loud complaints from neighbors who don’t want to see a traffic circle installed at…

After election, local Democrats find themselves more isolated

Running for office is tough. But this year, the process was even tougher for some metro Atlanta Democrats who were fighting for their political lives with the rest of the…

Sandy Springs: Family members oppose cemetery development

Sandy Springs: Family members oppose cemetery development

More than two-dozen descendants of a confederate veteran and his family buried at a historic Sandy Springs cemetery are asking a judge to halt plans to build a home on…

Wizards and witches, get ready to compete!

Wizards and witches, get ready to compete!

Dunwoody High School Faculty Advisor Mike Berry, right, defends against Riverwood International Charter School junior Allie Rosner, center, at a “Quidditch” tournament on Nov. 10. The tournament, sponsored by the…

Buckhead: Institutional Racism not as obvious, experts say

Tensions at North Atlanta High School are introducing some of the Buckhead community’s white residents to an unfamiliar concept known as “institutional racism.” While most people think of racism as…

Dunwoody to push for city school system

City Council plans to ask the state Legislature for a constitutional amendment that would allow the creation of a municipal school system in Dunwoody. During a discussion of the city’s…

Local communities mark Veterans Day

Local communities mark Veterans Day

Sandy Springs officials gathered at Morgan Falls Overlook Park for its annual tribute, and this year the speakers focused on families of veterans serving in the military. Keynote speaker Maj.…

State officials seeking help in paying for big transportation projects

State officials seeking help in paying for big transportation projects

After metro Atlanta voters soundly rejected a 1-cent regional sales tax to fund transportation projects this summer, state officials are looking for new ways to help pay for high-priced road…

Dunwoody garden grows with fruit trees won in national competition

Dunwoody garden grows with fruit trees won in national competition

The Dunwoody Community Garden on Nov. 9 planted 26 fruit trees, 10 blueberry bushes and two muscadine vines to celebrate winning a national fruit orchard. The competition, the Communities Take…