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More Serve Day volunteers needed in Dunwoody for tree planting

Volunteers will take to the streets of Dunwoody Sept. 28 to clean up the city. Serve Day is intended as a day to “shine up, clean up and spruce up…

Dunwoody police reports dated through Aug. 29

The following information was pulled from Dunwoody’s Police-to-Citizen Portal Event Search website and is presumed to be accurate. Robbery 4500 block of Chamblee Dunwoody Road – A robbery of a…

What’s in a (highway) name?

What’s in a (highway) name?

Ever spotted a sign marking a road or bridge as a memorial to someone and wondered who that someone might be? Odds are good he or she might have been…

Council action raises questions about city’s plans for Mount Vernon

Members of City Council on Aug. 26 unanimously approved spending $11,000 more to design sidewalks and turn lanes at the intersection of Mount Vernon and Vermack roads. But while discussing…

Dunwoody’s Food Truck Thursdays scheduled to continue through Oct. 24

Food trucks are scheduled to continue to gather at Brook Run Park in Dunwoody on Thursday nights. The Dunwoody Homeowners Association is extending Food Truck Thursdays through Oct. 24. The…

STREET TALK: Do you feel your children are safe when they are at school?

Q: With the recent arrest of a gunman at a DeKalb elementary school and the discovery of a gun brought by a student to a Sandy Springs middle school, do…

Media too quick to publicize school shootings

The media need to rethink coverage of school shootings. Extensive, sensational coverage glorifies the act itself. It could also be placing our students at greater risk. If you don’t think…

Bike Riding – Saturday, Sept. 14

8-10 a.m. – Is your child struggling to learn how to ride a bike? Kid-friendly instructors will help with a lesson! Appropriate for children 4-11 years old. $45/$65. Bring a…

Apartment owners accuse city of discrimination

Owners of two Dunwoody apartment complexes have filed suit accusing the city of violating federal housing laws, and trying to drive low-income and minority residents from the city. The owners…

Standout Student – Jonathan Moore

Standout Student – Jonathan Moore

Jonathan Moore Senior, Mt. Vernon Presbyterian School If someone were trying to find Jonathan Moore, he or she might have a hard time knowing where to start. The Mount Vernon…