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Dunwoody crime reports through July 2

The following information was pulled from Dunwoody’s Police-to-Citizen Portal Event Search website and is presumed to be accurate. Burglary 5400 block of Trowbridge Drive – A burglary to a residence,…

Hotel-centered development plan finally wins approval in Dunwoody

After months of consideration and re-consideration, city officials have approved a new development on Ashford-Dunwoody Road that includes an 8-story Hampton Inn and Suites. “We certainly hope that this will…

(VIDEO): Residents rage at the Dunwoody Charter Commission

Dunwoody residents descended on the Dunwoody  Charter Commission during its July 3 meeting, venting about a variety of contentious issues, some of which weren’t under the commission’s control. There was…

Standout Student – Jacob Jones

Standout Student – Jacob Jones

Jacob Jones The Galloway School Jacob Jones has known he wanted to do theater at The Galloway School ever since he started painting sets at 10 years old. “Both of…

Dunwoody parade avoids the threatened rain

Dunwoody parade avoids the threatened rain

Rain? What rain? Dunwoody parade fans didn’t let the threat of some wet stuff spoil their Fourth of July celebration. The crowds appeared smaller than in past years, but the…

Some want Mt. Vernon turn lanes, but others see ‘waste’

Some want Mt. Vernon turn lanes, but others see ‘waste’

Harry Lutz welcomed the idea that Dunwoody city officials were considering doing something about the traffic backups at the intersection of Mount Vernon and Vermack roads. “It’s clear something needs…

Dunwoody’s Fourth of July parade still scheduled, despite rain

Dunwoody’s Fourth of July parade will step off as usual, rain or shine, organizers announced July 3. “We will not cancel the night before!” parade co-chairwoman Pam Tallmadge said in…

Eating out

Eating out

Michelle Duncan, 3, shows off her selection during the Food Truck Thursdays event at Brook Run Park on June 20. Dunwoody residents Jenna Becker, left, and Connor McKnight, enjoy the…

DeKalb school board allows high schools to seek individual accredition

As DeKalb County school officials work to fully restore the system’s accreditation, the  school board has endorsed a plan to allow DeKalb high schools to seek accreditation individually from a…

Residents want a say in tax millage for fire services

The Dunwoody Charter Commission partially reversed itself June 19 and recommended that city officials should not be allowed to automatically raise the fire tax rate if the city starts a…