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‘Sustainable Pattie’ helps community gardens grow in Dunwoody

‘Sustainable Pattie’ helps community gardens grow in Dunwoody

By Joe Earle joeearle@reporternewspapers.net In September 2001, after terrorists turned jetliners into weapons and killed thousands of Americans, Pattie Baker’s thoughts turned to gardening. “After the terrorist attack on the…

Arts Festival returns to Chastain Park Nov. 6-7 with another first

Arts Festival returns to Chastain Park Nov. 6-7 with another first

By John Schaffner johnschaffner@reporternewspapers.net The organizers of the Chastain Park Arts Festival pride themselves on creating firsts. Patrick Dennis and Randall Fox of Atlanta Foundation for Public Spaces claim this…

Standout Student – Molly Nicholson

Standout Student – Molly Nicholson

Molly Nicholson, senior Dunwoody High School Dunwoody High School senior Molly Nicholson always has things going on. “Maybe too many,” she says. She’s editor-in-chief of her school yearbook, Chrysalis; vice…

Dunwoody Education Briefs – Oct. 22

Holy Spirit named top Catholic secondary school Holy Spirit Preparatory School has been chosen as one of America’s top 50 Catholic secondary schools by the National Catholic High School Honor Roll.…

Dunwoody band rocks stadium

Dunwoody band rocks stadium

By Jody Steinberg The Dunwoody marching band shook up the show at the DeKalb Marching Band Expo at Hallford Stadium on Oct. 19, with its rousing Classic Rock tribute. With…

Police officers use cutting-edge technology to curb crime

By Jason Massad jasonmassad@reporternewspapers.net Want a police officer to check your home while you’re away on vacation and then send you a text message to let you know everything is…

Tips for safer trick-or-treating

By Dunwoody Police Officer William Furman October symbolizes the beginning of fall for a lot of us. We see the changing of the leaves, the cooler weather, approaching holidays and…

Police Blotter – Reports dated through Oct. 15.

The following information was gathered from the Dunwoody Police Department and is presumed to be accurate. 6800 block Peachtree Industrial Blvd. – Reported in the early-morning hours of Oct. 9…

Dunwoody, Sandy Springs meet at the middle and agree to pave Dunwoody Club Drive

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

Costco opens Oct. 28 at Town Brookhaven

By John Schaffner johnschaffner@reporternewspapers.net Costco is donating 500 backpacks to  two Brookhaven elementary schools in conjunction with Oct. 28 opening of its new 146,000-square-foot membership warehouse in Brookhaven. The new…