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These ‘buddies’ bond over a good book

These ‘buddies’ bond over a good book

  Mary Helen Kelly Last spring, Les Fuchs dropped by Lake Forest Elementary School one day every week. The retired Delta Air Lines pilot would meet fourth grader Sair Banos,…

Police chief to train all officers for ‘crisis’ with mentally ill

Police chief to train all officers for ‘crisis’ with mentally ill

    In what one Dunwoody resident called “a happy ending for a change,” Dunwoody Police took a man to the hospital rather than to jail. Police responded to a…

Dunwoody Nature Center’s young campers study solar power by making s’mores

Dunwoody Nature Center’s young campers study solar power by making s’mores

Dunwoody Nature Center hosts a “Mad Scientist” Summer Camp this week.             Posted by Reporter Newspapers on Thursday, July 30, 2015…

PCID zoning update, condo developer to speak at DHA meeting Aug. 2

PCID zoning update, condo developer to speak at DHA meeting Aug. 2

  The most recent versions of the Perimeter Center Zoning Projects have been released and will be discussed at the Aug. 2 meeting of the Dunwoody Homeowners Association at 7:30…

Tax-free back-to-school sales return this weekend

Tax-free back-to-school sales return this weekend

The annual tax free weekend for back-to-school shopping is this weekend, July 31-Aug 1. Families can save on school supplies, clothes and technology for the upcoming year. As part of…

Dunwoody Nature Center wins grant to restore Wildcat Creek

Dunwoody Nature Center wins grant to restore Wildcat Creek

  Wildcat Creek is literally the introduction point for thousands of Dunwoody Nature Center visitors to experience nature, Executive Director Alan Mothner says. Unfortunately, deteriorating bank conditions during major storm…

Dunwoody residents, council react to comprehensive plan update

Dunwoody residents, council react to comprehensive plan update

After four ‘community sounding board’ meetings and six workshops to hear public comments, members of Dunwoody City Council on July 27 got their chance to weigh in on planned revisions…

A legacy of art at Spruill

A legacy of art at Spruill

  “Everything will be OK,” proclaims the big, bold sign on the old seed house at the corner of Ashford-Dunwoody Road and Meadow Lane Road. The simple mural was originally…

Lightning warning system decommissioned in Dunwoody parks

Lightning warning system decommissioned in Dunwoody parks

Dunwoody City Council on July 27 voted to decommission the weather alert systems in both Dunwoody Park and Brook Run Park. Feedback from both John Crawford and Jerry Weiner, who…

House District 80 runoff candidates meet in forum Aug. 6

House District 80 runoff candidates meet in forum Aug. 6

The two candidates in the runoff election for the seat in the Georgia House of Representatives representing District 80 are scheduled to meet in a public candidate forum. The Brookhaven…