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Dunwoody police blotter: Nov 6-20

Dunwoody police blotter: Nov 6-20

From police reports dated Nov. 6 to 19 The following information was pulled from Dunwoody’s Police-to-Citizen Portal Event Search website and is presumed to be accurate.   Robbery None reported.…

Out & About in our communities Dec. 1 – 14

Out & About in our communities Dec. 1 – 14

  Polar Express Tuesday, Dec. 1, 5:30-7:30 p.m. – It’s that time of year again, with the holidays just around the corner and everyone starting to feel the spirit of…

Dunwoody police invite public to Coffee with a Cop Tuesday afternoon

Dunwoody police invite public to Coffee with a Cop Tuesday afternoon

  Officers from the Dunwoody Police Department invite residents to an informal, neutral space, Dec. 1 to discuss community issues, build relationships and drink coffee. The ongoing Coffee with a…

Agencies battle Internet crimes, sex trafficking of children

Agencies battle Internet crimes, sex trafficking of children

Vice crimes, such as human trafficking for sex, are on the rise locally, law enforcement officials say. “You may not realize it, but we do have a serious problem with…

Commentary: incorporation brings ‘spirit of cooperation’ a decade later

Commentary: incorporation brings ‘spirit of cooperation’ a decade later

Is Sandy Springs better off now than we were 10 years ago? Was incorporation worth it? Whenever I attend community or civic events, I am always struck by the tremendous…

Perimeter traffic system renewed for three years

Perimeter traffic system renewed for three years

  A groundbreaking program that coordinates traffic signals in three Perimeter cities has been renewed for three more years. That will mean even better technology coming soon to tackle traffic…

Sandy Springs holds birthday events

Sandy Springs holds birthday events

The city celebrates its 10th anniversary with a Dec. 1 open house and a Dec. 4 birthday party at City Hall. The open house, on Tues., Dec. 1, comes before…

Commentary: Celebrate our first 10 years

Commentary: Celebrate our first 10 years

During the city’s municipalization campaign, I suggested change would come slowly at first, but when we looked back over 10 years, we would see significant improvements. I was wrong. Change…

Infographic: Sandy Springs by the numbers

Infographic: Sandy Springs by the numbers

This infographic comes as part of a special section in the Nov. 27 issue. Read it digitally:…

Dunwoody’s Vernon North neighborhood offers Santa a place to crash

Dunwoody’s Vernon North neighborhood offers Santa a place to crash

Lisa Victory jokes she felt like Goldilocks when she was looking for a house. Victory, who grew up in Buckhead and graduated from the University of Georgia, tried homes in…