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Election results: Runoff needed in DeKalb Commission race

Election results: Runoff needed in DeKalb Commission race

Holmes Pyles and Nancy Jester appear to be headed for a Dec. 2 runoff in the race for the District 1 seat on the DeKalb County Commission. Pyles welcomed the…

Incumbents carry local elections; Brookhaven chooses new city councilman

Incumbents carry local elections; Brookhaven chooses new city councilman

For updated returns: Click here. Republican incumbents appeared to be comfortably holding their own in the Nov. 4 election in Reporter Newspaper communities, according to unofficial returns. Returns posted on…

Brisk voter turnout reported at local polls

Brisk voter turnout reported at local polls

Whether it was Tuesday’s nice weather or the relentless campaign ads, some poll workers say the Nov. 4 turnout was higher than they expected. Poll manager Victor Riggen at University…

Hundreds of volunteers turn out to spruce up Dunwoody

Hundreds of volunteers turn out to spruce up Dunwoody

                    Hundreds of volunteers gathered at Brook Run Park in Dunwoody on Nov. 1 for the city’s “Clean, Fix, Shine-up Dunwoody”…

Dunwoody ‘VolunTeen’ gives time to hospital patients

Dunwoody ‘VolunTeen’ gives time to hospital patients

Dunwoody High junior Niyi Gleason says that while growing up in an orphanage most of her life she felt “uncared for, unloved and unsecure.” So, when she took her first…

Citizens can vote on name for new DeKalb city

Groups representing the proposed new cities of Lakeside and Briarcliff have recently come together to create one new city encompassing both areas, and they need a new name and are calling…

Dunwoody High School homecoming king and queen to flip switch at Light Up Dunwoody

The legacy lives on for the Dunwoody High School Homecoming Queen and King, who will flip the switch at Light Up Dunwoody Nov. 23. The student body in October elected…

Cities think it’s time for a plan for Perimeter

With more than 5,000 companies employing some 123,000 workers operating in the Perimeter area, Sandy Springs Mayor Rusty Paul says it’s time for a plan. “The Perimeter Center is the…

Standout Student: Lovett School senior devoted to community service

Standout Student: Lovett School senior devoted to community service

Student Profile: Campbell Jones, The Lovett School senior Lovett senior Campbell Jones has been involved in community service all his life, but in high school he became particularly attuned to…

Police make arrests in Dunwoody prostitution ring

The Dunwoody Police Department has arrested Robert Tyler, 36, of Gainesville, and Donna Allen, 39, of LaGrange, for Human Trafficking for Sexual Servitude(felony), Keeping a Place of Prostitution (misdemeanor) and…