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No racing in the rain

No racing in the rain

Brenda Laskey, marketing director for Chick-fil-A, encourages a big spin of the wheel during inpromptu activities in the Vanderlyn Elementary School gymnasium, while runners waited out weather delaying the VanderDash…

Dunwoody adds streets to sidewalk plan

Dunwoody city officials have added segments of eight streets to the city’s sidewalk construction list. City Council on April 1 unanimously approved a plan to add segments of Peeler Road,…

Dunwoody adds streets to sidewalk plan

Dunwoody city officials have added segments of eight streets to the city’s sidewalk construction list. City Council on April 1 unanimously approved a plan to add segments of Peeler Road,…

Dunwoody council adopts new ethics ordinance

Dunwoody City Council has unanimously approved a new city ethics ordinance. The new ordinance, adopted April 1, reworks the city’s process for handling ethics complaints. It is the product of…

Starting a Nonprofit – Saturday, April 6

3-4 p.m. – Participants learn about the seven essentials all nonprofit business owners must know to ensure the success of their organization. This is a basic class for anyone interested…

Standout Student – Tori Weprinsky

Standout Student – Tori Weprinsky

Tori Weprinsky Senior, North Springs Charter High School Tori Weprinsky ranks third in her class and, coincidentally, is also a three-sport varsity athlete. Tori has lettered in volleyball, basketball and soccer.…

Car Show – Friday, April 5

5:30-8 p.m. – The Dunwoody Driving Club hosts its first “Friday Nite Lights” car event for 2013. The event is open to all unique forms of transportation, and the club…

Local clergy to deliver straightforward sermons this Easter

The New Testament says Jesus Christ died for the sins of mankind and rose three days later. Some local clergy say their Easter sermons won’t need to say much more…

Groundbreaking set for Dunwoody Project Renaissance

Dunwoody city officials plan to formally break ground April 17 on Project Renaissance, the city’s multi-use redevelopment. The project, announced last year, will feature single-family homes, parks and a multi-use…

(VIDEO): PDK director says new hangar construction underway

Construction of more than 50 new hangars at the DeKalb-Peachtree Airport is underway, the airport director says. PDK Director Mike Van Wie spoke to the Buckhead Business Association on March…