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Fladrich named city’s Employee of Distinction

Fladrich named city’s Employee of Distinction

Dunwoody Police Lieutenant Oliver Fladrich has been named the city of Dunwoody’s 2012 Employee of Distinction. City Manager Warren Hutmacher selected Fladrich for the honor because of his “exemplary performance”…

State gives DeKalb County schools more time to fix problems

DEKALB COUNTY, GA (CBS ATLANTA, Reporter Newspapers broadcast partner) – Georgia’s State Board of Education voted Thursday to give the DeKalb County School District more time to iron out problems…

DeKalb County CEO hires attorney

DEKALB COUNTY, GA (CBS ATLANTA, Reporter Newspapers broadcast partner) – There is new information in the investigation of DeKalb County CEO Burrell Ellis. Ellis announced Thursday he has hired an…

DeKalb County School Board defends itself before state board of education

DEKALB COUNTY, GA (CBS ATLANTA, Reporter Newspapers broadcast partner) – Georgia’s Department of Education has summoned members of the DeKalb County School Board to present evidence as to why they…

Dunwoody trail hearing set for Jan. 31, Feb. 1

A court hearing on whether to stop construction of a 12-foot-wide concrete trail through the forest in Brook Run Park is scheduled to begin Jan. 31 at 9 a.m. in…

One nation under the gun: readers respond

Readers have submitted responses to a recent editorial on gun control that ran in all four editions of Reporter Newspapers. Here is what they had to say: Dan, I read…

Local ‘Janeites’ celebrate Austen, their favorite novelist

Local ‘Janeites’ celebrate Austen, their favorite novelist

Nancy Mayer discovered Jane Austen’s novels about 30 years ago while researching early 19th century England. “Jane Austen is a realistic writer who depicts real people in real situations,” the…

Dunwoody council adopts moratorium on new ethics complaints while it rewrites city ethics laws

Dunwoody City Council has imposed a 90-day moratorium on ethics complaints while officials rewrite the city’s ethics ordinance. After ethics complaints divided the council last year, council members have decided…

One nation under the gun

One nation under the gun

Seven years ago I was working my after-school gig at a convenience store in Tuscaloosa, Ala. A man rushed through the door and pointed a small silver pistol at me.…

Street Talk: Guns

Street Talk: Guns

Q: Do you think state or federal lawmakers should try to do something to prevent gun violence? Asked at various locations in the Reporter Newspapers communities.        …