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Dunwoody Police honors employees for outstanding achievement

Dunwoody Police honors employees for outstanding achievement

  The Dunwoody Police Department recently honored 11 employees for their outstanding service during 2015. “We have a great group of dedicated professionals who come to work each and every…

Jester plans town hall meetings to discuss DeKalb budget

Jester plans town hall meetings to discuss DeKalb budget

DeKalb Commissioner Nancy Jester plans to host town hall discussions in Dunwoody and Tucker about the 2016 county budget. In an email announcement, Jester said she planned to hold the…

Dennis Crean named Citizen of Year by Dunwoody HOA

Dennis Crean named Citizen of Year by Dunwoody HOA

Dennis Crean, a longtime Dunwoody resident who died last year, was named Citizen of the Year by the Dunwoody Homeowners Association at its Jan. 31 annual meeting. Crean, 75, died…

Standout student: Matthew Bieber helps rebuild elementary school courtyard

Standout student: Matthew Bieber helps rebuild elementary school courtyard

Matthew Bieber Dunwoody High School, senior To earn his Eagle rank, the highest in Boy Scouts, Matthew Bieber helped rebuild a trout hatchery at his old elementary school so students…

Dunwoody Police ticket 18-wheeler driver in crash on Chamblee Dunwoody Road

Dunwoody Police ticket 18-wheeler driver in crash on Chamblee Dunwoody Road

  Dunwoody Police ticketed the driver of an 18-wheeler Jan. 29 for running a red light that led to a crash on Chamblee Dunwoody Road. The accident happened Friday morning.…

Dunwoody swears in three new police officers

Dunwoody swears in three new police officers

The Dunwoody Police Department is three more officers strong. At the Jan. 25 City Council meeting, Mayor Denny Shortal swore in the new officers: Officer Michael Vermillion, Officer Justin Hensal…

Dunwoody approves ‘mini cell tower’ contracts

Dunwoody approves ‘mini cell tower’ contracts

The city of Dunwoody agreed Jan. 25 to allow two companies to install “mini cell towers” to existing city-owned utility poles at a cost of $500 each year for each…

Dunwoody’s State of the City set for Feb. 25

Dunwoody’s State of the City set for Feb. 25

Dunwoody’s seventh annual State of the City will be Feb. 25 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Crowne Plaza Ravinia. Mayor Denny Shortal will share his thoughts on the…

Q&A: Perimeter hotels draw business with MARTA access, service, attractions

Q&A: Perimeter hotels draw business with MARTA access, service, attractions

The Perimeter is home to many high-end hotels and more are under construction or on the drawing boards. One prominent Perimeter hotel is the 372-room Westin Atlanta Perimeter North in…

Dunwoody renews membership with DeKalb Municipal Association

Dunwoody renews membership with DeKalb Municipal Association

Dunwoody City Council voted unanimously Jan. 25 to renew its membership with the DeKalb Municipal Association at a cost of $47,224. Financial Director Chris Pike asked the council members if…