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The first round of shops and restaurants have opened at last in the Buckhead Development. Development firm OliverMcMillan welcomed eager residents, media and city officials at an opening ceremony this morning. Shops opened today: Brunello Cucinelli, Canali, diptyque, Hermès, L’Occitane, Moncler, Scoop NYC, theory and Warby Parker. Restaurants opening their doors include Corso Coffee, Gypsy […]The post Photos: First shops, restaurants open at Buckhead Atlanta appeared first on Reporter Newspapers.
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  “Don’t turn around! Don’t make me hurt you,” one of two men said after pushing an Atlanta woman inside her Huff Road apartment to rob her on Sept. 5, police reported. While she was walking puppies outside her Apex Midtown West apartment, a woman noticed two men watching her, police say. As she placed […]The post Rash of robberies on Huff Road in northwest Atlanta appeared first on Reporter Newspapers.
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Brookhaven is part of the North Metro SWAT Team. Sandy Springs owns a Hummer. Dunwoody’s police department has its own armored vehicle. Although images of violence and riot-gear-clad police in Ferguson, Mo., reverberated across the country, raising questions about the “militarization” of community police departments, local officers say that while that kind of gear is […]The post Police say military experience, gear a benefit appeared first on Reporter Newspapers.
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The Sandy Springs Festival, a community tradition since 1984, boasts something for everyone this weekend, including an artist market, children and teen areas, petting zoo, 5K, a pet parade and live music and entertainment. Hours are Saturday, Sept. 20, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Sunday, Sept. 21 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The […]The post Sandy Springs Festival to celebrate community, tradition appeared first on Reporter Newspapers.
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Lawmakers who filed suit to block the Fulton County Commission from raising property taxes lost a round in court today. Cobb County Superior Court Judge G. Grant Bradley rejected the lawsuit to prevent Fulton from implementing the 17 percent increase voted on by the commission in August. The lawsuit was filed by a group of […]The post Judge rules in favor of Fulton County on tax increase appeared first on Reporter Newspapers.
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Retirement planning is a multi-generational exerciseDunwoody CrierRetirement planning is a “multi-generational” exercise. As a current state or planned for in the future, “retirement” commands increased attention from three or four generations, a phenomenon unique in the history of mankind given increases in longevity.and more »
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Creative Loafing AtlantaVoter fraud investigation sparks outrage from minority leaders, voting rights ...Creative Loafing AtlantaSome Georgia Republicans viewed it as a partisan move that would benefit Democratic candidates. Fulton and Lowndes counties quickly followed suited, but not before Gov. Nathan Deal and state Sen. Fran Millar, R-Dunwoody, pledged to change state law ...CRAWFORD / Georgia's parties are fighting the battle of the ballotBlackshear TimesDemocrats and Republicans Are Fighting Over Ballot AccessFlagpole MagazineCrawford: Parties fight battle of the ballotGainesville TimesCharlton County Heraldall 51 news articles »
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Marjorie Lathalia DentThe Albany HeraldMarjorie leaves to cherish her memory her mother, Mrs. Pereen R. Dent; two sisters, Martistene Williams and Cynthia Dent of Albany, Georgia; three nieces, Tarrah Williams of Dunwoody, Georgia, Michelle Oliver and Sandra PoPo of Orlando, Florida; three ...
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