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Georgia bank official: State’s banks appear ‘stabilized’ after recession

Georgia banks appear to have “stabilized” after the recent economic downtown, a representative of the Georgia Bankers Association told Perimeter business leaders. “In 2012, more of our state banks were…

PCIDs promise millions to jump start I-285/Ga. 400 interchange

PCIDs promise millions to jump start I-285/Ga. 400 interchange

Perimeter business owners have agreed to pony up $10.5 million to try to jump start plans to fix the I-285/Ga. 400 interchange. “We’re saying I-285 and Ga. 400 is so…

Family-owned auto business takes a personal interest

Family-owned auto business takes a personal interest

By Hilary Butschek Continuing their father’s legacy, the three McCullough brothers — Eric, Rod and Brian — now run McCullough AutoCare in Sandy Springs. Their business focuses broadly on car…

Must love dogs … and cats

Must love dogs … and cats

Trusted Friend Animal Clinic, a veterinary practice focusing on dogs and cats, opened their doors recently at 5975 Roswell Road in Sandy Springs. To celebrate the growing practice, friends, family…

A new place to dine

Another Broken Egg Café, a breakfast and lunch restaurant, opened in the Dunwoody Perimeter Village Shopping Center, 4745 Ashford Dunwoody Road, with Dunwoody city officials, Dunwoody Chamber of Commerce board…

More mixed-use developments likely

More mixed-use developments likely

  As the Perimeter fills in, many believe mixed-use development will become the standard pattern of development. “When Perimeter was first built, it was retail and then office, and that…

Q & A on Perimeter auto sales: Location matters

The Jackson family, owners of Sandy Springs Ford and Sandy Springs Toyota, has been selling cars in the Perimeter market since 1976. In the 1990s, Barry Jackson was in college,…

Pediatrician’s practice takes root in Dunwoody

Pediatrician’s practice takes root in Dunwoody

Dr. Jules Sherwinter looked in on newborn Chad Heacox during the boy’s first appointment at Dunwoody Pediatrics. Initially, the baby was kicking and screaming in Sherwinter’s hands. But it only…

Chambers, local officials welcome new businesses

New businesses offering everything from accounting to photo processing to dry cleaning services are starting up in the Perimeter, one of the largest commercial areas in metro Atlanta. Here’s a…

Perimeter market improving, economist tells chamber

Dr. Roger Tutterow told the Sandy Springs/Perimeter Chamber of Commerce that the economy is on the rebound, but not back to pre-Recession levels. During his April 15 remarks at the…