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Ethics board to schedule full hearings for Boyer, Lundsten

Formal hearings will be scheduled after the DeKalb County Ethics Board on Monday refused to dismiss the case against former county commissioner Elaine Boyer and chief of staff Bob Lundsten,…

Prostate Cancer Prevention – Wednesday, Sept. 17

Wednesday, Sept. 17, 12:30-1:30 p.m. – Join experts from Emory University’s Winship Cancer Institute as they discuss key health issues and cancer prevention. Omer Kucuk, MD, speaks on prostate cancer…

Standout Student: Amber Abernathy works to stop violence in her community

Standout Student: Amber Abernathy works to stop violence in her community

Amber Abernathy, Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School, class of 2014 Recent Holy Innocents’ graduate Amber Abernathy is working to stop violence in her community. As part of a service project for…

Robin’s Nest: Forget the Terrible Twos. How about the Terrible 22s?

Robin’s Nest: Forget the Terrible Twos. How about the Terrible 22s?

By Robin Jean Marie Conte I knew what to do with a 2-year-old, but what do I do with a 22-year-old? By the miracle of life, the 2-year-old boy who…

Dunwoody defeats Holy Innocents’ in volleyball tournament

Dunwoody defeats Holy Innocents’ in volleyball tournament

                    The Dunwoody High School Wildcats met the Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School’s Golden Bears in a volleyball tournament at North Springs…

Letter to the Editor: Variable speed limits smart idea for Perimeter

To the editor: The times are a “changing,” but so are the speeds on the Perimeter’s “Top End” this month. We all know the Perimeter (I-285) speed limits on the…

Government 101 graduates new class

Government 101 graduates new class

The third year of Dunwoody’s Government 101 program recently graduated a group of residents who are better informed about the way local government works. The free course is available in…

Sanctuary Tour – Saturday, Sept. 13

Saturday, Sept. 13, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. – The Atlanta Audubon Society offers its annual Backyard Wildlife Sanctuary Tour, showcasing five sites running along an 18.6 mile route between Dunwoody, Sandy…

Five candidates file to run for District County Commission seat

Five candidates have filed to run for the District 1 seat on the DeKalb County Commission,  according to DeKalb’s  election office. Wendy Butler and Larry Danese of Brookhaven, Nancy Jester…

Dunwoody Blotter: Fur shoplifted from Macy’s

From police reports dated Aug. 23 through Aug. 29. The following information was pulled from Dunwoody’s Police-to-Citizen Portal Event Search website and is presumed to be accurate. Robbery 4600 block…