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Sandy Springs set to name new city attorney, award service contracts

Sandy Springs set to name new city attorney, award service contracts

Daniel W. Lee may become Sandy Springs’ next city attorney at a May 23 special called City Council meeting, where new maintenance contracts are also up for approval. The city…

Honors for local college students

Honors for local college students

Chandler Harrison DeJulio of Sandy Springs recently accepted membership in the National Society of Collegiate Scholars, the nation’s only interdisciplinary honors organization for first-and second-year college students. Membership is by…

Handel, Ossoff appear at Jewish War Vets meeting in Dunwoody

Handel, Ossoff appear at Jewish War Vets meeting in Dunwoody

Karen Handel and Jon Ossoff stopped in at the Jewish War Veterans meeting on the morning of May 21, each speaking about their stances on defense and veterans issues as…

Sandy Springs eyes Trowbridge lot for city vehicle parking

Sandy Springs eyes Trowbridge lot for city vehicle parking

The city of Sandy Springs plans to build a large parking lot on Trowbridge Road as home for a 90-vehicle fleet that won’t fit at its new City Springs site.…

GDOT to host open house on Perimeter Center trail networks

GDOT to host open house on Perimeter Center trail networks

The Georgia Department of Transportation will host June 1 a public information open house about Perimeter Community Improvement Districts commuter trail networks. The open house will be from 11:30 a.m.…

Gov. Deal vetoes ex-Home Depot CEO’s mansion annexation

Gov. Deal vetoes ex-Home Depot CEO’s mansion annexation

A former Home Depot CEO won’t get his 12-acre estate annexed into Sandy Springs from Buckhead after Gov. Nathan Deal earlier this month vetoed legislation enabling the move. The annexation…

Sandy Springs Police blotter, April 20-May 3

Sandy Springs Police blotter, April 20-May 3

Capt. Steve Rose of the Sandy Springs Police Department provided the following information from the department’s records.  These incidents and arrests represent some, but not all, of the reports filed…

Exceptional Educator: Kelly Lecceardone, The Lovett School

Exceptional Educator: Kelly Lecceardone, The Lovett School

Kelly Lecceardone teaches sixth-grade English at the Lovett School. She’s been teaching for 26 years. Q: What attracted you to teaching at first? A: I always excelled in grammar, writing,…

Dining Out review: Bon Ton kicks up Cajun flavors with Vietnamese flair

Dining Out review: Bon Ton kicks up Cajun flavors with Vietnamese flair

I went to LSU (Geaux Tigers!) and the thing I miss most is the food. Good Cajun or Creole food is hard to find in Atlanta. I want a place…

New interchanges, widening are concerns with 285/400 managed lanes

New interchanges, widening are concerns with 285/400 managed lanes

Sandy Springs officials are offering formal input on plans to add “managed lanes” to I-285 and Ga. 400, including ideas for new interchanges with local streets and concerns about the…

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