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U.S. Rep. Karen Handel asking for constituent input on 2018 issues

U.S. Rep. Karen Handel asking for constituent input on 2018 issues

U.S. Rep. Karen Handel (R-Ga.) is asking residents living in the 6th Congressional District for their input on what issues she should focus on in 2018. In an email sent…

City recognizes ‘Solarize Dunwoody Day’

City recognizes ‘Solarize Dunwoody Day’

Jan. 31, 2018 will be known as “Solarize Dunwoody Day” in the city following a proclamation by the Dunwoody mayor and City Council to recognize the Solarize Dunwoody Coalition for…

Beloved Dunwoody Monsignor Kiernan dies at 93

Beloved Dunwoody Monsignor Kiernan dies at 93

Friends and parishioners are fondly remembering Monsignor Donald Kiernan, the retired pastor of All Saints Catholic Church, who died Jan. 9. He was 93. A prayer vigil is scheduled for…

Dunwoody set to begin Mount Vernon-Vermack intersection project

Dunwoody set to begin Mount Vernon-Vermack intersection project

Tree clearing on Mount Vernon Road at the Vermack Road intersection is expected to begin soon after a contract was approved by the Dunwoody City Council. The council awarded the…

Insight Global to locate headquarters office in new Dunwoody office tower

Insight Global to locate headquarters office in new Dunwoody office tower

The new 16-story office tower to go up on Hammond Drive next to the Dunwoody MARTA station in Perimeter Center will house a new headquarters for national staffing leader Insight…

Public schools, many government offices closed Jan. 8 for weather, game

Public schools, many government offices closed Jan. 8 for weather, game

All public schools and many government offices in Reporter Newspapers communities will be closed on Monday, Jan. 8, due to expected icy road conditions in the morning and afternoon traffic…

Robin’s Nest: Learning to age politely

Robin’s Nest: Learning to age politely

We all know that we should age gracefully. But here in the South, we age politely. Sometime between graduation and grandmother, a Southern woman becomes a “ma’am.” That’s when we…

Readers’ favorite Dunwoody stories of 2017

Readers’ favorite Dunwoody stories of 2017

The Reporter website offers breaking news alongside our regular local coverage. Here are the top 10 Dunwoody stories of 2017 as clicked by our online readers. Click the headline to…

Commentary: Looking into 2018’s political crystal ball

Commentary: Looking into 2018’s political crystal ball

2017 is fading into history; 2018 stands before us. What’s in this year’s political crystal ball? Reporter Newspapers asked local community leaders what they think the new year will bring.…

2017 Year in Review: Dunwoody’s Top Stories

2017 Year in Review: Dunwoody’s Top Stories

Homeowners can enjoy fresh eggs from their backyard chickens and residents can now visit their elected officials in a new City Hall thanks to the work done in 2017 and…