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Greenfield students create first school paper in Hebrew, English

In an attempt to encourage daily use of the Hebrew language, six students at the Greenfield Hebrew Academy have become the first to produce a school newspaper in both English…

Standout Student: Ashley Newman

Editor’s Note: Reporter Newspapers is pleased to highlight students who go above and beyond at their school and in their community. If you know a secondary school student who meets…

Renovations renew memories at Austin Armstrong Field of Dreams: Family says their son would have loved new improvements to field where he played

By C. Julia Nelson cjnelson@reporternewspapers.net In just 11 years, Austin Armstrong created a legacy that will live on through the Northside Youth Organization (NYO) at Chastain Memorial Park for decades…

Police Blotter – Report dated Jan. 25

The following information was provided to the Reporter by the Sandy Springs Police Department from its records and is presumed to be accurate. Robbery 300 block of Carpenter Drive, 30328…

Resolve to make art a priority in ‘08

Guest Column Have you ever wanted to pick up a paint brush? Or form something out of a lump of clay? Every week, in an old stone house at the…

When mother bars marriage, daughter of 51 years elopes

This article, courtesy of Heritage Sandy Springs, first ran in the Atlanta Constitution on June 18, 1918. A runaway marriage in which a bride of 51 years of age and…

Street Talk

Do you feel that Valentine’s Day is simply a commercial holiday? What do you do, if anything, to celebrate it? Asked in front of the shops at Abernathy Square. “It’s…

Enjoying face time with neighborhoods

Editor’s Notes John F. Schaffner Recently I was invited to speak to the quarterly meeting of the Glenridge Hammond Neighborhood Association. It was a blustery, stormy evening and those attending…

Business Briefs

Whole Foods gets license to pour wine and beer for tastings, classes Grocery shopping just became more interesting in Sandy Springs. As of Jan. 15, the Whole Foods location at…

Civic Round Table’s first meeting focuses on city’s ‘postcard shot’

By John Schaffner editor@reporternewspapers.net More than 40 representatives of Sandy Springs civic groups and non-profits, along with a few politicians, participated in the inaugural meeting of the Sandy Springs Civic…