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Dunwoody and Brookhaven hit by sewage spills

DeKalb County’s aging sewer system was recently the target of a federal decree forcing it to improve. It appears sewage spills will continue to happen as the county ramps up…

DeKalb Schools uncover testing irregularities

Twenty nine DeKalb school employees have been referred to a testing standards commission after an internal investigation uncovered irregularities on standardized testing in numerous schools, acccording to DeKalb County school…

Changes afoot for Dunwoody’s parks

The vision for Brook Run Park is a far cry from what’s there now – more than 100 acres of mostly undeveloped park land with a variety of old medical…

Sweet stuff

Sweet stuff

Tree expert Debra Power takes a drill to a large maple in front of the Dunwoody Nature Center as she explains the process of making maple syrup. After drilling, she’ll…

Dunwoody renews discussions with ChatComm

Dunwoody renews discussions with ChatComm

The path for Dunwoody to decide how to handle its emergency 911 calls has been a winding one. In recent weeks, members of a subcommittee of the Dunwoody City Council…

Bumpy road irks drivers, but 2011 should be smoother

Bumpy road irks drivers, but 2011 should be smoother

In early December, Dunwoody Club Drive was milled down to a rough surface to be repaved with a smooth, new surface. That’s the good news. The bad news is that…

Dunwoody Government Calendar

City Council meets on the second and fourth Monday of the month. Visit www.dunwoodyga.gov for meeting information. Feb. 3 – The Dunwoody Zoning Board of Appeals will meet at City Hall…

Ashford Alliance seeks clout

The Ashford Alliance Community Association has been low profile for awhile. Last year, the alliance, a collection of neighborhood representatives in northern DeKalb County, stopped its regular meetings. The activism…

City’s ‘hidden gem’

To the editor: In response to Rick Callihan’s editorial, “What should go in parks? Take part in park plans,” (Dunwoody Reporter, Nov. 19-Dec. 2), I would like to mention a…

Spelling still earns a place in the spotlight, at least at the Bee

Spelling still earns a place in  the spotlight, at least at the Bee

Only four of the original 14 competitors remained. The four seemed tense. Fifth grader Alexa Ponder stepped to the microphone. “Principal,” she said. “P-R-I-N-C-E-P-A-L.” Members of the audience sighed in…