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The state of banking and its effects on the Perimeter business market, along with its correlation to commercial and residential real estate were the main topics of last week's Perimeter Business Alliance luncheon. Comment?
In a news release, the Georgia Lottery Wednesday announced a Smyrna woman working at a Publix in Sandy Springs had quite a lunch break last month when she bought at the grocery store a winning ticket worth more than half a million dollars. Comment?
Despite this weekend's inclement weather, three local events are still taking place: o Derby Day, the annual fundraiser for Shepherd Center, the Buckhead hospital for patients with catastrophic back, neck and brain injuries, will go on, rain or shine, Laura Benson, an event spokeswoman, wrote in an email Saturday morning. Comment?
Georgia's 10th largest municipality may be the 63,000-resident city of Lakeside, if hurdles can be overcome - like $20,000 needed to pay for an economic feasibility study from the University of Georgia's Carl Vinson Institute of Government. Comment?
In a news release, the Sandy Springs-based Susan G. Komen for the Cure Greater Atlanta Affiliate Monday announced Cati Diamond Stone has joined the organization as executive director, effective April 1. Stone, a breast cancer survivor, brings with her a passion for the cause and years of experience in the nonprofit, corporate and legal sectors. Comment?
The residents of a Sandy Springs subdivision near where Fulton County Schools is considering a new site for Heards Ferry Elementary School have filed a petition asking the district not relocate the school in that neighborhood. Comment?
Special Photo Two firefighters from last year's Fight for Air Climb get ready to race to the top in all their gear. Comment?
In a news release, Heritage Sandy Springs Monday announced its 2013 Concerts by the Springs lineup. Comment?
Fulton County Schools' plans to open a new Heards Ferry Elementary School in Sandy Springs have upset both residents and officials, who made their concerns known during a community input meeting Tuesday night. Comment?
Meehan's Public House in Sandy Springs will celebrate St. Patrick's Day early this year with the second Shamrock and Roll party Saturday. Comment?
Staff / Nathan Self Jason Sheetz said his future looks bright in the Sandy Springs area with Hammocks Trading Company, the new restaurant he co-owns with William Sigley, where seafood is always on the menu. Comment?
With $3 million in a federal earmark and a 20 percent match in funds from both Roswell and Sandy Springs, a greatly improved pedestrian bridge over the Chattahoochee River between the two cities is on the horizon. Comment?
The Sandy Springs Hospitality and Tourism Board welcomed a new board member at its Feb. Comment?
Staff / Nathan Self Surrounded by the Buckhead cityscape, from left, Buckhead Heritage Society Executive Director Erica Danylchak, society president Wright Mitchell, and even cho-chairs Caroline and Boyd Leake look forward to celebrating the 175th anniversary of Buckhead. Comment?
In a news release posted to its website, the Georgia Department of Transportation announced several lanes and exit and entrance ramps of Interstates 85 and 285 and Ga. Comment?
The first phase of the Sandy Springs city center master plan is expected to be fully implemented by 2018, according to City Manager John McDonough. Comment?
At Monday's Sandy Springs Rotary Club meeting, Yvonne Williams, CEO of the Perimeter Community Improvement Districts, relayed that transportation improvement was at the helm of success in the Perimeter area and its surrounding communities, such as Dunwoody and Sandy Springs. Comment?
Melanie Brandt, of the Technology Association of Georgia, left, and Gov. Nathan Deal applaud as chairman and co-founder of AirWatch Alan Dabbiere speaks about the company's creation of jobs in Georgia. Comment?
The city of Milton has been working to convert its Milton Grows Green sustainability initiative into a Keep America Beautiful affiliate, but City Manager Chris Lagerbloom said the city has have received pushback from Keep North Fulton Beautiful, the affiliate covering Milton, Johns Creek and Sandy Springs. Comment?
Staff / Nathan Self Sandy Springs' Mayor Eva Galambos applauds Felix Lora, of Sandy Springs, as he accepts the city's 2013 Humanitarian Award at City Hall during the 2013 MLK Day Celebration. Comment?