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Spruill Center for the Arts looks to expand space on Chamblee-Dunwoody Road

Spruill Center for the Arts looks to expand space on Chamblee-Dunwoody Road

The Spruill Center for the Arts is going before the Dunwoody City Council next week to ask for the city’s assistance in expanding its space on Chamblee-Dunwoody Road. Spruill Center…

Man found guilty in 2014 Sandy Springs murder

Man found guilty in 2014 Sandy Springs murder

An Atlanta man has been found guilty of a notorious 2014 murder involving a drug deal gone wrong at a controversial college student housing site on Barfield Road in Sandy Springs.…

Fulton Chairman Eaves joins Atlanta mayoral race

Fulton Chairman Eaves joins Atlanta mayoral race

Fulton County Commission Chairman John Eaves is joining the Atlanta mayoral race. “I’ve turned the county around from being a divisive county along racial, partisan and municipal lines,” Eaves said…

Buckhead gets early input on Atlanta’s new transportation plan

Buckhead gets early input on Atlanta’s new transportation plan

One of the first of many public meetings on Atlanta’s new transportation plan was held Feb. 21 in Buckhead, where residents voiced a mix of skepticism and hope for more…

Sandy Springs Comp Plan approved with some changes, dispute

Sandy Springs Comp Plan approved with some changes, dispute

Sandy Springs’ new Comprehensive Land Use Plan is in place after 18 months of work culminated in a Feb. 21 City Council vote to adopt it. Mayor Rusty Paul praised…

Police investigating former Dunwoody city attorney’s claim of Facebook hack

Police investigating former Dunwoody city attorney’s claim of Facebook hack

The Dunwoody Police Department is seeking information from Facebook as part of its fraud investigation into claims the former assistant city attorney’s Facebook page was hacked. Chief Billy Grogan said…

Updated: Dunwoody Nature Center asks city for $1m contribution

Updated: Dunwoody Nature Center asks city for $1m contribution

The Dunwoody Nature Center is asking the city to contribute $1 million toward its $2.6 million capital campaign to construct an entirely new 7,000 square-foot building that will include exhibit…

Special election April 18 to fill state Sen. Judson Hill’s seat

Special election April 18 to fill state Sen. Judson Hill’s seat

A special election will be held April 18 for state Senate District 32, which includes part of Sandy Springs. Incumbent Judson Hill (R-Marietta) is resigning to run for the 6th…

Hundreds protest on Buford Highway as part of ‘Day Without Immigrants’

Hundreds protest on Buford Highway as part of ‘Day Without Immigrants’

“Sí, se puede!” (“Yes, we can!”) they chanted while standing at the top and bottom of the steep hill adjacent to the Plaza Fiesta parking lot on Buford Highway. Hundreds…

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