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Skaters take spills and thrills on the ice at the St. Regis hotel

Skaters take spills and thrills on the ice at the St. Regis hotel

By Eileen Drennen Hunting for the perfect location for your daughter’s 14th birthday party can be a challenge. Especially when it seems like you’ve seen them all. “I think we’ve…

Hallelujah!

Hallelujah!

Dunwoody United Methodist Church’s Chancel Choir performs Handel’s “Messiah” during the church’s annual advent concert Dec. 12.…

Elder service offers a helping hand and connects with a warm meal

Elder service offers a helping hand and connects with a warm meal

By Maggie Lee On a frosty midmorning, a car stops in front of a sturdy, brick ranch house. A woman hops out of her Chevrolet Impala, takes a plastic tray…

Standout Student – Evan Harms

Standout Student – Evan Harms

Evan Harms, senior The Lovett School Evan Harms is no stranger to the spotlight. As an actor, singer, filmmaker and senior class president at the Lovett School, Evan is not…

DeKalb teacher of the year: ‘I have more fun than most people’

DeKalb teacher of the year: ‘I have more fun than most people’

By Jody Steinberg Kevin Travis’ typical workday last 12 hours, but he’s not complaining. “I think on most days, I have more fun than most people do at their jobs,”…

Stay safe on holiday highways: Pay attention to what you see

By Dunwoody Police Officer William Furman The holidays are a popular time for family travel. Make sure you and your family members stay safe on the busy roadways during this…

Historic farmhouse set to become a Dunwoody cultural offering

Historic farmhouse set to become a Dunwoody cultural offering

By Rachel Allocco Some communities overlook historic places to make room for the latest shopping center or trendy new townhome development. But in Dunwoody, a small group of residents battled…

Dunwoody Nature Center announces upcoming classes

The Dunwoody Nature Center is offering a range of “lunch and learn” lecture classes about sustainability and gardening in January. The lecture series will include experts speaking on a range…

DeKalb County hikes water rates

By John Schaffner johnschaffner@reporternewspapers.net The DeKalb County Commission has approved a $1.35 billion, five-year water and sewer systems capital improvement program financed through an 11 percent increase each year in…

Ross sets record straight on music museum

Dunwoody Councilman Danny Ross set the record straight on the City Council’s support for bringing the Georgia Music Hall of Fame to the city. At the beginning of the Dec.…