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Business Briefs

RockBridge Commercial Bank names Cheatham CFO, director of marketing RockBridge Commercial Bank has hired Dick Cheatham as new chief financial officer and director of marketing. Cheatham spent the last three…

Parent donates labor, materials for Mt. Vernon Presbyterian baseball field

By C. Julia Nelson cjnelson@reporternewspapers.net Trey Clay will be one of the first athletes to enjoy a home baseball field at Mt. Vernon Presbyterian School, 471 Mt. Vernon Hwy., throughout…

Education Briefs

Community meeting set for Ison An informational meeting will be held Monday, April 28, for the community to view the design of the new elementary school planned at Ison and…

Local shoe shiner takes on asthma awareness as a personal mission

By Ellen Fix More than 16 million Americans have asthma — at least 6 million of whom are children — and some 6,000 die from asthma each year just in…

Sandy Springs Society salutes spring with annual garden tour

For the seventh year running, the Sandy Springs Society will treat area residents to one of the many joys of spring: the Sandy Springs Garden Tour. This year’s tour will…

City Briefs

Kathy Reed named executive director for Keep North Fulton Beautiful Keep North Fulton Beautiful (KNFB), a Sandy Springs-based environmental group, has named Kathy Reed as the program’s new Executive Director.…

Calculating emergency response time

According to Ian Greenwald M.D. FACEP, Medical Director of Sandy Springs Fire Rescue and Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at Emory University, the clock for emergency response times starts when…

Sandy Springs continues to address public safety and service

Editor’s Notes John F. Schaffner City Councilwoman Dianne Fries likely did not have to remind her fellow Sandy Springs City Council members that the number one priority when the city…

Tossed Out Treasures has record year; proceeds help local charities

“An incredible turnout.” That’s how Tossed Out Treasures Co-Chair Mary Cox describes the Sandy Springs Society’s upscale garage sale April 3-6. “We are still counting tickets and money, but without…

Intersections slated for improvements

Sandy Springs Mayor and City Council recently approved seven intersection improvement projects to move forward toward implementation. The intersection improvement projects include, but are not limited to: signal upgrades, restriction…