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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…

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…

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…

Business briefs

Whole Foods to donate 5% of Aug. 30 sales to cancer aid The Whole Foods Market in Sandy Springs has selected the Georgia Cancer Foundation (GFC) as the recipient of…

Mayor addresses Sandy Springs issues with Harry Norman agents, management

By John Schaffner editor@reporternewspapers.net Mayor Eva Galambos relayed her “state of Sandy Springs” to more than 40 Harry Norman Realtors agents and management recently, specifically addressing some of their concerns…

Severe storm topples trees, cuts power to Huntcliff, Roberts Road area of city

The northern part of Sandy Springs was hit late Friday afternoon (Aug. 17) with what has been described as a possible small twister, a micro burst or just a severe…

Commission approves rezoning for Prado space

By Katie Fallon katiefallon@reporternewspapers.net At the Aug. 17 meeting of the city’s Planning Commission, the redevelopment of the Prado shopping center just south of I-285 received approval of a rezoning…

Spotlight on Roy Yamaguchi of Roy’s

Restaurant Reporter Jan Butsch Schroder I was lucky enough to lunch with the jet-setting celebrity chef Roy Yamaguchi of Roy’s as he briefly landed in Atlanta. This pioneer of Hawaiian…

Hal Barry recounts 40 years watching Atlanta grow out, and now in

Editor’s Notes John F. Schaffner Harold “Hal” Barry, chairman of Barry Real Estate Companies, has roots in the Sandy Springs area as a benefactor, a commercial developer and a real…

Dog park reaction mixed during town hall meeting

By Katie Fallon katiefallon@reporternewspapers.net A recent town hall meeting meant to review the city’s parks facilities and ask residents what changes they want to see at the facilities was quickly…