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Sandy Springs-based comic strip brings life to environmental issues

By C. Julia Nelson When hunting and fishing opportunities are few and far between, Jack Elrod, 83, relies on the creation of the Mark Trail comic strip to cure his…

Police internal affairs sergeant is being investigated for DUI

By Katie Fallon katiefallon@reporternewspapers.net One of the Sandy Springs Police Department’s own internal affairs investigators is now under investigation herself after a DUI arrest on Aug. 19. Sgt. Tanya Smith,…

K-9 Unit proves to be a valuable asset for Sandy Springs Police

By Katie Fallon katiefallon@reporternewspapers.net To drug dealers and users in Sandy Springs, here is an advanced warning: If you have drugs in Sandy Springs, a girl named Romy is going…

‘Trey’ Ragsdale, III to seek Dist. 1 seat

Thirty-three-year-old Dunwoody-Sandy Springs native Robert Inman (Trey) Ragsdale, III has announced his intention to seek the Sandy Springs City Council District 1 seat just vacated by Dave Greenspan, who is…

Mayor, council members react to Dave Greenspan’s resignation

Following the resignation of District 1 Sandy Springs City Councilman David Greenspan, the city’s mayor and council members were asked by the Reporter for their reactions to the resignation. The…

Resources for ‘bringing a community together’

Editor’s Notes John F. Schaffner I believe there are certain elements, when put in place, that can effectively work to turn a somewhat cold, government-oriented city into a healthy, vibrant,…

Historic site at center of Sandy Springs Festival

By Katie Fallon katiefallon@reporternewspapers.net Heritage Sandy Springs will continue a long-standing community tradition by hosting the 22nd annual Sandy Springs Festival Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 15 and 16. The two-day…

Sembler gets first approval for Circuit City rezoning at Prado

By Katie Fallon katiefallon@reporternewspapers.net Following a long debate at its Aug. 28 meeting, the city’s Design Review Board approved by a 5-1 vote a partial rezoning within the Prado that…

Council approves special election despite county’s bills

By Katie Fallon katiefallon@reporternewspapers.net Following the resignation of District 1 Councilman Dave Greenspan, the city council on Sept. 4 approved a resolution calling for a Nov. 6 special election and…

Greenspan offers parting thoughts on city & Dist. 1; Leaving for Ohio job, the former councilman praises city progress, assesses constituent needs

Dave Greenspan resigned from his Sandy Springs Dist. 1 City Council post in late August to accept a position as CEO of a golf technology company in Ohio. He sat…