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DHA board opposes two provisions of Dunwoody’s zoning rewrite

The board of the Dunwoody Homeowners Association is opposing two controversial provisions in a proposed rewrite of the city’s zoning and building codes. Board members on Aug. 4 voted to…

Dunwoody formally opens Brook Run trail with a parade of children on bikes

Dunwoody formally opens Brook Run trail with a parade of children on bikes

Children riding decorated bicycles and escorted by their parents and Dunwoody city officials paraded up and down the multi-use trail through Brook Run Park on Aug. 3 to officially open…

New agreement means faster response times for Sandy Springs/Dunwoody border

The Sandy Springs and DeKalb County fire departments have entered into an automatic aid agreement to provide faster response times for people living on the border of Sandy Springs and…

Sandy Springs, Dunwoody begin alarm registrations

If you live in Sandy Springs or Dunwoody you have 60 days to register your burglar alarm or face a $100 fine. The new registration is part of a system…

Georgia DOT says fake officer trying to scam residents

State transportation officials say a scam artist appears to be trying to scare metro Atlanta motorists into paying fake traffic fines. The Georgia Department of Transportation said in a press…

Dunwoody Charter Commission takes another shot at a way to finance a proposed city fire department

The Dunwoody Charter Commission on July 31 took another crack at the controversial proposal to amend the foundation document of the city so it could finance a fire department. The…

Dog park brings together people and pups

Dog park brings together people and pups

Walking through the chain link gates into Brook Run Dog Park, it’s easy to see it’s a place people care about. Under the tall canopy of trees, nothing appears to…

Dunwoody Charter Commission meets July 31

The Dunwoody Charter Commission is scheduled to meet July 31. Several previous meetings of the commission have drawn standing-room-only crowds. Fifty or more people crowded into the July 17 meeting.…

Jury selection moving quickly in Sneiderman trial

DECATUR, GA (CBS ATLANTA, Reporter Newspapers broadcast partner) -Lawyers are making quick work of paring down the nearly 300 potential jurors in the Andrea Sneiderman perjury trial. Jury selection continues…

No fooling: Cities roll out false alarm programs

The cities of Atlanta, Sandy Springs and Dunwoody are rolling out registration programs as part of recently adopted false alarm ordinances. Atlanta officials sent a press release on July 29…