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Dunwoody council to consider projects list for hotel/motel tax increase

Dunwoody council to consider projects list for hotel/motel tax increase

The Dunwoody City Council will consider on first read approving an ordinance to raise its hotel/motel tax from 5 percent to 8 percent at its Monday, Nov. 13 meeting along…

Brookhaven mayor gathers multi-city leaders for I-285 transit chat

Brookhaven mayor gathers multi-city leaders for I-285 transit chat

A group of leaders from cities along I-285, “from Smyrna to Tucker,” gathered privately and informally on Nov. 8 to discuss possible transit on the top-end Perimeter and its region,…

A guide to Veterans Day tributes and events

A guide to Veterans Day tributes and events

Veterans Day, the annual observance of all military servicemembers, arrives Saturday, Nov. 11. There are several ways to mark the day in Reporter Newspapers communities on Nov. 10 and 11.…

Dunwoody’s Riticher, Tallmadge re-elected; Lambert wins open seat

Dunwoody’s Riticher, Tallmadge re-elected; Lambert wins open seat

Dunwoody City Councilmembers Jim Riticher and Pam Tallmadge were re-elected Nov. 7 and Tom Lambert coasted to an easy victory for the open seat left open when Councilmember Doug Thompson…

DeKalb voters appear to approve penny sales tax increase

DeKalb voters appear to approve penny sales tax increase

DeKalb County voters appear to have approved a one-cent sales tax increase, from 7 to 8 percent, according to early ballot numbers from the Nov. 7 election. With 165 of…

Voters Guide to the Nov. 7 elections

Voters Guide to the Nov. 7 elections

Election Day arrives Tuesday, Nov. 7, and it’ll be a doozy. All four cities served by Reporter Newspapers have municipal offices on the ballot. Fulton County citizens will vote on…

Local schools receive mixed results on state scores

Local schools receive mixed results on state scores

The state’s scores for public schools were released Nov. 2, and local schools received mixed results. The College and Career Ready Performance Index (CCRPI) is done by the Georgia Department of…

Newspaper apologizes for ‘offensive’ Jewish joke

Newspaper apologizes for ‘offensive’ Jewish joke

An Arab community newspaper is apologizing for publishing a joke about Jewish people called “totally offensive” by one local leader and which has appeared online in an openly anti-Semitic cartoon.…

After NYC attack, local cities consider bike path barricades, security

After NYC attack, local cities consider bike path barricades, security

An Oct. 31 New York City terror attack using a truck to run over people on a bicycle path is raising security concerns in metro Atlanta, where multi-use paths like…

Transform 285/400 traffic changes through Nov. 11

Transform 285/400 traffic changes through Nov. 11

The Georgia Department of Transportation has announced the latest round of lane and ramp closures and other traffic changes for Transform 285/400, its massive project to reconstruct the I-285/Ga. 400…