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Tree Climbing – Saturday, Oct. 13

10 a.m.-4 p.m. – A team from Tree Climbers International visits the Dunwoody Nature Center to teach the “ropes” of tree climbing. $20 for members; $25 for non-members. Free park…

Standout Student – Brice Williams

Standout Student – Brice Williams

By Shelby Eggers Brice Williams Atlanta International School, senior Brice Williams has not only a full plate, but an overflowing one. Brice serves as co-president of the Atlanta International School’s…

Driving Club – Friday, Oct. 12

5-8 p.m. – The Dunwoody Driving Club holds its fall event. Members display their unique sports and antique vehicles. Free; all are welcome. Bring a non-perishable food item for donation…

Best-selling authors ‘jumpstart’ festival

The co-chairs of the Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta’s Book Festival recently announced that two best-selling authors will kick off the 21st annual event. James Patterson will speak on…

Expect more delays on I-285 this weekend

Last weekend, state transportation officials warned drivers to avoid the top-end Perimeter because of the scheduled construction. This week? More of the same. The Georgia Department of Transportation put out…

Sweet feet

Sweet feet

Dunwoody Elementary got involved in “International Walk to School Day” on Oct. 3, a program that encourages youngsters, along with their parents, to walk or bike to school. Above, first…

All hands on wood

All hands on wood

Volunteers participated in “Dunwoody Serve Day” on Sept. 29, pitching in to work on various community service projects such as finishing a nature trail in Brook Run Park. Julia Northrop,…

Ethics complaints in limbo

Facing public hearings over their internal disputes, members of Dunwoody City Council are considering calling in a mediator to work through their ethics complaints against one another. “There are some…

Education officials vocal on charter schools

Local school officials are speaking up about a proposed amendment that would allow the state to approve charter schools. Reactions to the amendment have varied among school boards in Fulton…

More Heard descendants come forward

More Heard descendants come forward

At first glance, Preston Heard appears to have little in common with Larry Specht. The young Dunwoody attorney dresses in Polo shirts. Specht’s attire is blue collar, his Southern drawl…