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Judge lifts temporary order stopping Dunwoody trail

The temporary order that halted construction of the controversial trail in Brook Run Park was lifted by DeKalb County Superior Court Judge Tangela M. Barrie on Feb. 4. City spokesman…

Judge will announce decision Monday on Brook Run trail

DeKalb County Superior Court Judge Tangela M. Barrie said Feb. 1 she will rule at 8:30 a.m. Monday on the legal action to stop the multi-use trail in Brook Run…

Dunwoody trail lawsuit adds 23 more plaintiffs

A pair of Dunwoody residents who’ve taken the city to court over plans to build a 12-foot-wide concrete trail in Brook Run Park have added 23 additional plaintiffs to their…

VIDEO: Georgia House speaker introduces lobbyist gift bill

ATLANTA (CBS ATLANTA, Reporter Newspapers broadcast partner) – The Georgia speaker of the House has introduced a sweeping new bill that end lobbyist’s gifts to all elected officials and redefine…

Making the center sparkle

Making the center sparkle

Georgia Perimeter College students got together to help beautify the Dunwoody Nature Center on Jan. 21, creating a new trail, cleaning and remulching an existing trail, and clearing the forest…

City officials debating how best to get advice on parks

Dunwoody city officials are trying to decide how best to get advice on what the city should do to improve its parks and recreation programs. The problem? Too many opinions…

In annual ‘State of the County’ speech, Ellis foresees struggles to improve DeKalb

In annual ‘State of the County’ speech, Ellis foresees struggles to improve DeKalb

In his annual “State of the County” speech, DeKalb County CEO Burrell Ellis portrayed a series of “struggles” he said would move the county forward. Ellis said his 2013 budget…

Standout Student – Carson Waln

Standout Student – Carson Waln

By Elizabeth Wilkes Carson Waln The Galloway School, Senior Carson has been involved with athletics since he was 4 years old. When he was in middle school, he decided he wanted…

Standout Student – Ferra Pinnock

Standout Student – Ferra Pinnock

Ferra Pinnock Atlanta Girls’ School, senior There is never an idle moment in Ferra Pinnock’s life. She plays three sports – soccer, softball and basketball. She hikes. She’s president of…

MARTA needs to change with new year

MARTA needs to change with new year

A new year means a new start, and MARTA is fortunate to have new leadership at the helm — General Manager Keith Parker. The highly-acclaimed administrator has a good management…