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Clarkston Mayor Ted Terry has dropped out of the race against U.S. Senator David Perdue to run for an open seat on the DeKalb County... [Read More]
The Dunwoody Homeowners Association held its annual meeting on Jan. 26 and recognized several people for their contributions to the city. The meeting, held at... [Read More]
Melody Harclerode, the executive director of The Sandy Springs Conservancy, has resigned from her position to join another unnamed metro Atlanta organization. Now the parks... [Read More]
The Brookhaven City Council has approved a $102,000 contract to pay lobbyists to track state and federal legislation that could affect the city. The council... [Read More]
The Christmas Eve cyber attack that forced the shutdown of the city of Dunwoody's computers for several days cost at least $80,000. The City Council... [Read More]
Sandy Springs has issued a request for a contractor to build a "boutique" hotel near City Springs. The proposal has two suggested sites along Mount... [Read More]
Pace Academy, a Buckhead private school, has started construction on its new Lower School building, set to open in August 2021. Renovation of the school's... [Read More]
The Trump administration is proposing changes to the National Environmental Policy Act process that would speed up or limit the review of major, federally funded... [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]
The city of Sandy Springs is attempting to speed up its court battle over three Roswell Road billboards, seeking an "emergency" court order to remove... [Read More]
Tom Cunningham, the chief economist for the Metro Chamber of Commerce, spoke about metro Atlanta's diversity being a strong suit to its economy at the... [Read More]
The Dunwoody Homeowners Association annual meeting on Jan. 26 is slated to feature elected officials and community speakers as the organization heads into its 50th... [Read More]
Construction crews are set to begin work Feb. 3 on one of Brookhaven's busiest intersections  to make changes that are expected to improve traffic flow.... [Read More]
Emily Halevy, an affordable housing advocate and digital media executive, announced Jan. 23 that she is running as a Democrat for the DeKalb County Commission... [Read More]
Firefighters extinguished a "trash fire" along I-85 in Buckhead on Jan. 23, according to the Atlanta Fire Rescue Department. The fire came less than a... [Read More]
Dunwoody residents Edward and Areum Chung were shocked to learn GDOT wants to tear down their home as part of its controversial I-285 top end... [Read More]
North End redevelopment, a water dispute with Atlanta and a new public safety headquarters are big topics on the Sandy Springs City Council's annual retreat... [Read More]
The Ga. 400 highway section between I-85 and I-285 is scheduled for repaving this year, and the work may begin in the spring, according to... [Read More]
The Sandy Springs City Council has appointed two new members to the North End Advisory Committee and Mayor Rusty Paul says he hopes to add... [Read More]
The chair of Buckhead's "HUB404 Atlanta GA" park board has been fired by his company for "personal behavior" right as the green space's fundraising effort... [Read More]
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