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Eight candidates to vie for state Senate District 32 seat

Eight candidates to vie for state Senate District 32 seat

Eight candidates candidates–three Democrats and five Republicans–will vie for the state Senate District 32 seat in an April 18 special election. The district includes part of Sandy Springs. The Democratic candidates include: Exton…

Man found guilty in 2014 Sandy Springs murder

Man found guilty in 2014 Sandy Springs murder

An Atlanta man has been found guilty of a notorious 2014 murder involving a drug deal gone wrong at a controversial college student housing site on Barfield Road in Sandy Springs.…

Fulton Chairman Eaves joins Atlanta mayoral race

Fulton Chairman Eaves joins Atlanta mayoral race

Fulton County Commission Chairman John Eaves is joining the Atlanta mayoral race. “I’ve turned the county around from being a divisive county along racial, partisan and municipal lines,” Eaves said…

Candidates start lining up for state Senate D32 race

Candidates start lining up for state Senate D32 race

At least three candidates are officially in the race to replace state Sen. Judson Hill in District 32, which includes part of Sandy Springs, in an April 18 special election.…

Sandy Springs Comp Plan approved with some changes, dispute

Sandy Springs Comp Plan approved with some changes, dispute

Sandy Springs’ new Comprehensive Land Use Plan is in place after 18 months of work culminated in a Feb. 21 City Council vote to adopt it. Mayor Rusty Paul praised…

Sandy Springs Council approves redesign of city’s namesake spring

Sandy Springs Council approves redesign of city’s namesake spring

The elaborate redesign of Sandy Springs’ namesake spring may come as soon as January 2018 after the City Council gave its unanimous blessing Feb. 21. The historic spring on Heritage…

Sandy Springs mayor to deliver ‘State of the City’ address Feb. 28

Sandy Springs mayor to deliver ‘State of the City’ address Feb. 28

Sandy Springs Mayor Rusty Paul will deliver his annual “State of the City” address at a Feb. 28 luncheon. In last year’s address, the mayor focused on transportation issues. This…

Sandy Springs Police blotter, Jan. 27-Feb. 8

Sandy Springs Police blotter, Jan. 27-Feb. 8

The following information was provided by Capt. Steve Rose of the Sandy Springs Police Department from its records and the information is presumed to be accurate.  The following incidents and…

Robin’s Nest: Marching to my own holiday drum

Robin’s Nest: Marching to my own holiday drum

I feel like I’ve spent half my life sitting in traffic and the other half waiting for something to download. And that’s a bad thing, because I’m not a patient…

Letter: Immigrants are vetted better than Trump

Letter: Immigrants are vetted better than Trump

In response to “Why Trump order inspired my first political protest” (Reporter Newspapers, Feb. 3): These travelers and immigrants have been much more thoroughly vetted than Trump has allowed himself…

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