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Dunwoody dog park closed for construction

The popular dog park in Dunwoody’s Brook Run closed for two days  after construction workers on starting Feb. 26 moved heavy equipment into the area to do maintenance and start…

Daffodil Dash – Sunday, March 3

8:30 a.m. – The Daffodil Dash, a 1-mile and 5K run/walk, remembers the 1.5 million children who perished in the Holocaust. Funds raised support Holocaust education and help children in…

Dunwoody council hires construction company to build Project Renaissance parks

Dunwoody City Council has hired a construction company to build parks and a multi-use trail in the Project Renaissance development. The council voted unanimously Feb. 25 to hire Georgia Development…

Breaking news: Governor to suspend six DeKalb school board members

Breaking news: Governor to suspend six DeKalb school board members

Gov. Nathan Deal announced in a meeting on Monday that he will sign the order to remove six DeKalb County School Board members, according to CBS-Atlanta. The governor followed a…

Number of thefts increased in Dunwoody in 2012

Number of thefts increased in Dunwoody in 2012

The total number of crimes recorded by Dunwoody police increased last year over the previous year, with the greatest increase reported in thefts. The number of violent crimes decreased to…

Standout Student – Jacque Jordan

Standout Student – Jacque Jordan

Jacque Jordan, Senior Mount Vernon Presbyterian School Jacque Jordan taught herself to play the guitar when she was in the eighth grade. Since then, her passion for music has continued…

Dunwoody Police Blotter – dated through Feb 13

From police reports dated through Feb 13. The following information was pulled from Dunwoody’s Police-to-Citizen Portal Event Search website and is presumed to be accurate. Burglary 5000 block of Hidden…

Achievement varies among superintendents

In the summer of 2011 three superintendents took over three of the largest school districts in the state – Atlanta Public Schools, DeKalb County Schools and Fulton County Schools. It…

Church collects canned goods to fight human trafficking

At first glance, collecting canned food may seem like an odd way for a church to help stop human trafficking. But Greg Chevalier, the chairman of outreach ministry for Brookhaven…

Catholics hope for an energetic, perhaps non-European pope

Several local Catholic parishioners said recently they hoped their church’s next worldwide leader would be energetic and ready to address new challenges. “I don’t want to say ‘a younger man,’…