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‘Volunteer for a Better Sandy Springs’ returns April 26

Leadership Sandy Springs has scheduled its 12th annual Volunteer for a Better Sandy Springs Day for April 26. On what the group calls the largest citywide community service day, hundreds…

Social Security Planning – Saturday, April 26

Saturday, April 26, 4-6 p.m. – Seminar covers the basics of Social Security and reveals strategies for maximizing your benefits. Free and open to the public. For adults. Registration required.…

Dunwoody considering how best to fix intersection at Chamblee Dunwoody and Spalding roads

Dunwoody considering how best to fix intersection at Chamblee Dunwoody and Spalding roads

Dunwoody city officials appear ready to move ahead with a redesign of the junction of Chamblee-Dunwoody and Spalding roads, which city staff members say makes one of the city’s most…

Riverwood to host forum on building renewal

All Fulton County parents and community members are invited when Riverwood International Charter School hosts a half-day forum on Saturday, April 26, to spark discussion on a new building design. The…

Some Sandy Springs elementary schools see dips in scores

Some elementary schools in Sandy Springs saw decreases in College and Career Ready Performance Index (CCRPI) scores as the Georgia Department of Education today (April 21) released results from the 2013 and 2012…

Group to host fundraiser for wounded veterans

The Phoenix Patriot Foundation will bring its mission to aid wounded veterans to Sandy Springs. On April 26 the group will host its inaugural Fundraiser for Combat Wounded Veterans at…

MARTA ridership up in Perimeter

MARTA ridership is rising in the Perimeter area, the transit system’s general manager said. From July 2013 to February 2014, average weekday rail entries increased over the same months the…

Voters Guide for contested Sandy Springs races in May 20 primary and special election

Voters Guide for contested Sandy Springs races in May 20 primary and special election

Sandy Springs voters head to the polls May 20 to nominate candidates in Republican and Democratic primaries who will meet in the general election in the fall and to choose…

Some high-profile projects moving forward in Sandy Springs

Some high-profile projects moving forward in Sandy Springs

Progress on several high-profile Sandy Springs properties is at different stages as developers work to recover from the recent recession. Representatives of some long-stalled projects say they see signs of…

Thinking green? Do-it-yourself auto parts business ‘did it before it was cool’

Thinking green? Do-it-yourself auto parts business ‘did it before it was cool’

By Alex Ewalt Ross Kogon says his family’s business was involved in recycling before “recycling” was a buzzword. “For us, being green, caring about the environment…we did it before it…

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