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Sembler starts 18-month remake of the Prado

By John Schaffner editor@reporternewspapers.net It could be said that The Sembler Company is working to change the face of retail and has set the pace for mixed-use development in the…

Roberts House nominated for National Registry

The Isaac Roberts House, which sits on 2.8 acres on the north side of Roberts Drive near Roswell Road in Sandy Springs, was nominated January 26 to be placed on…

Water torture: While Sandy Springs boiled, repairs were painful

By Tova Fruchtman While Sandy Springs residents wondered if they should boil their water, government officials from Sandy Springs and the City of Atlanta Department of Watershed Management were hard…

Arbor Day planting honors Forbes

At an Arbor Day celebration, the City of Sandy Springs partnered with the Big Trees Forrest Preserve to plant an extra-special 15-foot Live Oak tree. The Live Oak is Georgia’s…

A ‘Fairy Godmother’ grants magic wishes daily: Sandy Springs-based Children’s Wish Foundation puts smiles on faces of dying children

By Meredith Pruden Pictures of smiling children line the walls one on top of the next—hundreds, maybe thousands, of them. One with actor Jim Carey, another with ex-President Bill Clinton.…

Four Sandy Springs Middle students heading to All State music

By Meredith Pruden Four Sandy Springs Middle School students have made it to the Georgia Music Educators Association 2007 All State event to be held this March in Savannah. Eighth…

Personal chef in the house: Clients turn their kitchens over to visitors to prepare family meals and special menus

It’s not your typical 9-to-5 job. Instead, most personal chefs hit the grocery stores just after they open, around 7 a.m., buying all of the ingredients needed to prepare at…

The city’s facilitator: City Manager John McDonough turns mayor’s, council’s vision into services

By John Schaffner editor@reporternewspapers.net Recognizing that John F. McDonough is a former Marine is instantaneous. What takes another moment to understand is that the Sandy Springs city manager is still…

Council marks another transition to cityhood

By John Schaffner editor@reporternewspapers.net A presentation made at the beginning of the Feb. 20 Sandy Springs City Council meeting marked another momentous step in the transition from the early efforts…

A personal thanks from Iraq: Recipient of gifts to soldiers visits Weber School students

By John Schaffner editor@reporternewspapers.net Petite and young looking 21-year-old Army Specialist Gabi Cha, on two-week leave from her base in Iraq, spent most of the day Feb. 16 visiting with…