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Bicycle fan crusades to bring bike racks to Dunwoody

Bicycle fan crusades to bring bike racks to Dunwoody

By Joe Earle joeearle@reporternewspapers.net Mitch Garber describes himself a man on a mission. He calls it a “modest” mission. But it’s his mission, nonetheless. These days, you might even call…

Cities smooth the way at last for a road-repaving project

Cities smooth the way at last for a road-repaving project

By Jason Massad jasonmassad@reporternewspapers.net and Maggie Lee Dunwoody and Sandy Springs, which meet at the centerline of the aging pavement of Dunwoody Club Drive, have successfully concluded two months of…

Dunwoody’s ‘central park’ due for changes

By Jason Massad jasonmassad@reporternewspapers.net A lot of people really don’t know it, but Dunwoody has a Central Park. Well, it’s not exactly in the middle of the city, it’s on…

Council votes to dim the lights

By Maggie Lee Outdoor lighting in Dunwoody won’t be allowed to compete with the stars under a new “green” ordinance passed by Dunwoody City Council. But the new rules won’t…

Hello, Dunwoody! We’re happy to be here

Hello, Dunwoody! We’re happy to be here

By Steve Levene stevelevene@reporternewspapers.net I am pleased to introduce residents of Dunwoody to this new edition of Reporter Newspapers. Starting with this issue, we will be delivering more than 12,000…

New-model development boss looks to tout Dunwoody assets

By Maggie Lee In north metro Atlanta, where businesses can choose from a range of quality neighborhoods – Buckhead, Sandy Springs, Roswell and others – Michael Starling has the job…

Council hasn’t made decision on 911 switch

By Maggie Lee Dunwoody City Council finds DeKalb County’s 911 service unacceptable, but hasn’t yet decided whether the city should stay with the service, try a new one or start…

Taking the field

It’s a classic rite of the season. Dunwoody High School’s football Wildcats charge onto the field, led by senior center and defensive lineman Doug Smith.…

Flying high with a helping hand

Members of the National Business Aviation Association, in town for a convention, pitched in to help fix up the Brookhaven Boys & Girls Club on Oct. 17. At left, Ralph…

Grady CEO Young: ‘Tremendous transformation under way’

Grady CEO Young: ‘Tremendous transformation under way’

By John Schaffner johnschaffner@reporternewspapers.net “Grady Hospital is alive. … It is back,” hospital CEO Michael A. Young recently told Buckhead business leaders. “But we still need your help.” Speaking to…