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Controversial projects remain on final T-SPLOST list for Sandy Springs

Controversial projects remain on final T-SPLOST list for Sandy Springs

After input from more than 100 residents, Sandy Springs’ wish list of transportation sales tax projects is nearly complete—and includes two of the city’s most controversial road projects. Dual roundabouts…

Sandy Springs to host lantern parade June 18; lantern workshops scheduled

Sandy Springs to host lantern parade June 18; lantern workshops scheduled

Sandy Springs will host its inaugural Lantern Parade on the night of June 18. Themed “Take It to the River,” the mile-long parade will have residents carrying homemade lanterns walking…

Graduation thoughts: Excerpts from local high school commencement speeches

Graduation thoughts: Excerpts from local high school commencement speeches

Graduation speeches come in all shapes and sizes. Some call for action while others praise introspection. One can be funny while another is somber. These annual speeches can be inspiring…

Valedictorians and salutatorians honored during local high school graduations

Proud parents, brothers and sisters and other family members are packing auditoriums and stadiums across Reporter Newspapers communities to clap and cheer as local high schools confer hard-earned diplomas and…

New image of 200-unit Sandy Springs senior living project released

New image of 200-unit Sandy Springs senior living project released

A developer has released a new design illustration of the 200-unit Somerby of Sandy Springs senior housing complex slated to open in December at 25 Glenlake Parkway. The illustration shows…

‘Tech Village’ in the works for Sandy Springs

‘Tech Village’ in the works for Sandy Springs

A “Sandy Springs Tech Village” workspace to help technology start-up companies may be created by the city and the local Chamber of Commerce. “How do you think [the digital currency…

Alternative transit businesses find new opportunities in Perimeter area

Alternative transit businesses find new opportunities in Perimeter area

Wayne Sisco has looked out over the empty rooftops of Perimeter Center’s parking garages and seen the future. The Sandy Springs resident envisions a web of gondolas—something like enclosed ski-lift…

Renderings revealed for massive High Street mixed-use development in Dunwoody

Renderings revealed for massive High Street mixed-use development in Dunwoody

A massive development project planned for Dunwoody in the Perimeter Center that dates back to 2007 revealed renderings of the mixed-use development that would span some 42 acres on Hammond…

Q&A: Leadership lessons from former UPS international president, Olde Blind Dog pub founder

Q&A: Leadership lessons from former UPS international president, Olde Blind Dog pub founder

“Leadership Lessons from a UPS Driver” is a new management advice book from Ron Wallace, who worked his way up from delivery driver to international division president at United Parcel…

Sandy Springs mayor captures bee colony at work site

Sandy Springs mayor captures bee colony at work site

The intersection of Sandy Springs Circle and Mount Vernon Highway could be called a hive of construction activity with a swarm of detoured motorists. But on May 26, it drew…

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