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Sandy Springs Girl Scout tops the cookie charts

Sandy Springs Girl Scout tops the cookie charts

It’s that time again. You can expect a knock on the door, an order form passed around the office, perhaps a booth in front of the grocery store where your…

Sandy Springs names 2013 Humanitarian

Leaders of Sandy Springs gathered at City Hall on Jan. 21 in memory of Dr. Marin Luther King Jr. and singled out a man who they felt best exemplified King’s…

Sandy Springs to honor MLK, announce award winner

City leaders will honor the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and announce the winner of the city’s annual humanitarian award during a ceremony on Jan. 21. Rodney Bullard, executive…

Volunteers bring a little warmth to the homeless

Volunteers bring a little warmth to the homeless

By J.D. Moor The temperature was forecast to drop below freezing on Dec. 13. At 10:46 p.m., clutching a new blanket wrapped in plastic, Buckhead lawyer Kel Long stepped cautiously…

Chick-fil-A Foundation director to speak at MLK celebration

Chick-fil-A Foundation director to speak at MLK celebration

Sandy Springs has invited Rodney Bullard, Executive Director of the Chick-fil-A Foundation, to speak at its annual Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. celebration. The event will be held on Jan.…

In 2012, they’ve worked to make our communities better

In 2012, they’ve worked to make our communities better

Over the past year, Reporter Newspapers has spotlighted local individuals and groups who have dedicated time and energy to improving our cities and neighborhoods. They contribute in a wide variety…

Peach State Stitchers knit a warm place for cancer patients

Peach State Stitchers knit a warm place for cancer patients

By J.D. Moor Armed with needle, thread, scissors and altruistic compassion, Jacqueline Granath’s Dunwoody-based chapter of 56 Peach State Stitchers last year started making fleece blankets for breast cancer patients…

Amy’s party still going strong after 18 years

Amy’s party still going strong after 18 years

It’s the season of Christmas trees, carols and manger scenes, though it’s not one Amy Zeide identifies with. But the religious school director at Congregation B’nai Torah in Sandy Springs…

Addition to Dunwoody’s garden will bear community fruit

Addition to Dunwoody’s garden will bear community fruit

By Tom Oder When a small band of volunteers started the Dunwoody Community Garden several years ago, they believed that one day their efforts would bear fruit. It’s safe to…

Community Assistance Center accepting food boxes, gift cards

People interested in helping needy families this Thanksgiving and throughout the holiday season can pitch in by donating a food box or gift card to the Community Assistance Center. The…

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