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Dunwoody: AdvancED president says state does not need another school system

Dunwoody: AdvancED president says state does not need another school system

The head of an organization that accredits high schools throughout the nation said he would not be in favor of a proposal to create a school system in the city…

Meet your candidates: Dunwoody Council District 3, Post 3

Doug Thompson (incumbent) Occupation: Attorney/Accountant Prior political experience: Member of Dunwoody City Council for three years; board member, Dunwoody Homeowners Association Why are you seeking this position? To continue the great works of…

UFO reports common among locals

UFO reports common among locals

The last sighting happened in Sandy Springs on Sept. 16. A Sandy Springs resident walking their dog near High Top Road spotted something in the sky at 8 a.m. A…

Meet your candidates: Dunwoody City Council District 2, Post 2

Editor’s note: Throughout the week, Reporter Newspapers will be publishing portions of its voters guide for the upcoming Nov. 5 elections. Candidate info can also be found in the Oct.…

Stars in their eyes for these new U.S. citizens

Stars in their eyes for  these new U.S. citizens

The night before, Muna Omar had been too excited to sleep. “I was up almost all night,” she said. Saturday morning arrived as a bright, sunny fall day. Omar gathered…

Study supports Dunwoody School System idea

By Pat Fox The campaign for a separate Dunwoody school system got a boost Sunday when State Rep. Tom Taylor released findings of a new study showing that local tax…

With private education costly, the need to improve the public sector is essential

Being a proponent of public education, I find it difficult to abandon it and look to private schools to be the answer. Having 11 grandchildren, five of whom have been…

Standout Student – Beth Galaid

Standout Student – Beth Galaid

Beth Galaid The Weber School, senior Community service is nothing new to Beth Galaid. The Weber School senior regularly volunteers her time with a variety of groups and projects. She…

Night Hike – Friday, Oct. 11

7-8 p.m. – Visitors get a chance to connect with nature after-hours at the Dunwoody Nature Center! The family-oriented hike follows trails around the wetlands and back forests of Dunwoody…

(Video): Sweep takes the floor against incumbent Dunwoody City Council

There was something off about the candidates’ forum held in Dunwoody on Oct. 6. The organizers of the event at Dunwoody United Methodist Church blocked off two hours but it…