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Student news publications at three local schools won many honors in the Georgia Scholastic Press Association's spring awards, whose winners were announced April 21. Among... [Read More]
The annual Lantern Parade will "Take It to the River" in Sandy Springs on June 5 at Morgan Falls Overlook Park. The parade will take... [Read More]
Members of Brookhaven's Social Justice, Race and Equity Commission suggested an independent review process and called for more detail in reports for complaints filed against... [Read More]
The Brookhaven Police Department has launched an interactive map that allows residents to view crime reports in the city.  The map, called the "Community Crime... [Read More]
Twelve projects were proposed to the Sandy Springs City Council to improve safety for pedestrians and motorists in the medical district around Peachtree-Dunwoody and Johnson... [Read More]
The 14-day rate of new COVID-19 diagnoses for periods ending April 30 declined slightly in Atlanta and rose in Sandy Springs, according to a May... [Read More]
The Georgia Department of Transportation has announced the latest round of lane and ramp closures and other traffic changes for Transform 285/400, its massive project... [Read More]
Kid Cashew, a "fast-casual" grill joint offering Mediterranean classics, burgers and vegan dishes, is coming to 6090 Roswell Road in Sandy Springs. July 1 is... [Read More]
The Buckhead Heritage Society's book club on May 19 will discuss a history of an Atlanta family whose members include the founder of Midtown's Georgian... [Read More]
Sandy Springs residents can dispose of household hazardous waste through a collection event on May 22 by Keep North Fulton Beautiful and sponsored by the... [Read More]
The future of the historic book bindery building at 2395 Peachtree Road in Buckhead's Peachtree Hills neighborhood remains uncertain as plans move forward to build... [Read More]
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms will not run for reelection this year, she announced in a surprise May 6 decision in which she did not... [Read More]
COVID-19 diagnoses in Brookhaven and Dunwoody's main ZIP codes rose about eight cases in three days, according to a DeKalb County Board of Health case... [Read More]
Lucian Books and Wine, a wine bar and bookshop that also serves food, plans to open in mid-May in Buckhead's new Modera apartment building at... [Read More]
Sandy Springs announced a membership program for patrons of its Performing Arts Center, but the City Springs Theatre Company, Atlanta Jewish Film Festival and other... [Read More]
In place of the city's annual music and arts festival, Brookhaven will hold a Cherry Blossom Summer Block Party as a post-pandemic celebration at the... [Read More]
Members of the Georgia Commission on the Holocaust have raised millions of dollars for exhibits and lease payments for space in a Sandy Springs cultural... [Read More]
A second candidate has entered the race for the Atlanta City Council District 8 seat, voicing concern about the Buckhead cityhood movement and the scale... [Read More]
What is Dunwoody? Turns out that's a trickier question than you might suppose. "What is it now?" Bob Fiscella mused one sunny morning recently as... [Read More]
From "The Birth of a Nation" to "Forrest Gump," "Gone with the Wind" to "Green Book," Hollywood has a long, complex and sometimes troubled relationship... [Read More]
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