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Dozens of news reporters worked the Jon Ossoff Election Night watch party.
Robert Wittenstein, presiding over his last DHA annual meeting as president on Jan. 28. (Dyana Bagby)
Mayor Denis Shortal greets everyone at the grand opening of Pernoshal Park.
Mayor Reed at this morning’s winter weather press conference.
Kenneth Zeff takes over as interim superintendent for Fulton County schools on June 2.
New District 4 City Councilmember Jody Reichel, joined by family members, is sworn into office Jan. 2. (John Ruch)
Jim and Laura Strange of Dunwoody support Karen Handel.
Mercedes-Benz USA headquarters,
Abernathy Road at Mercedes-Benz Drive, Sandy Springs
Project: The luxury automaker’s North American headquarters, relocated from New Jersey.
Expected completion: Early 2018
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The Sandy Springs Georgia Smart pilot project will focus on MARTA Route 5, within the congested areas in the cities of Sandy Springs and Dunwoody, as shown by the purple line on the map above. Intersections between the Roswell Road/Lake Place intersection and the Dunwoody MARTA station shown with green circles will be part of the pilot project in which MARTA buses will communicate with them to reduce the amount of time they must stop at intersections. Credit: Sandy Springs
Linden Longino, right, was honored by LeadingAge Georgia as an example of “positive aging” and for his longtime leadership of International Paint Pals. Joining him, at left, Chris Keysor, president and CEO of Lenbrook, a resident senior community in Buckhead, and Jackie Durant, also of Lenbrook.
Surveillance camera image of purse snatching suspect. (Dunwoody Police)
Peachtree Charter Middle School’s drama department hosted the school’s seventh annual fall festival top raise money for the schools’ production of Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast, Jr.,” planned for February. Below, Jackson Smith, a Kingsley Elementary fifth grader, battled Peachtree Middle seventh grader Riley Mied during the festival on Oct. 18.
The units in Adley City Springs Apartments range from studios with a little more than 630 square feet to two-bedroom, two-bath units with an office in almost 1,4000 square feet of space. A salt water pool and aquatic lounge is found on the roof of the building. (Adley City Springs)
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The crowd at Karen Handel’s Election Night watch party.
Dr. Laura Braswell points out the nerve openings on a lion’s skull, a gift from a patient.
Andrea Surratt (Special)
Doug Schuster, an incident management consultant working with the Atlanta-Fulton County Emergency Management Agency, used this chart during the Aug. 4 Sandy Springs City Council meeting to show that the projected death total for the county by Nov. 1 is 1,133, but that number could be cut to 647 deaths if a universal mask mandate was adopted immediately.
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“CATS” member Francisco Escovar, a sophomore at Cross Keys picks up as firefighter Pete Erickson, a member of DeKalb Fire Station Number Two on Dresden in Brookhaven watches. DeKalb firefighters were on hand to make sure everyone was safe, and out of the water.
Dunwoody Nature Center 06/14/13
Photo by Phil Mosier Kids Concert with Jason Koornick in the park. Sunday June 2, 2013 2:00pm. Dancer Tallulah Clute (4yr) [pokadots].
A Steinway & Sons Model D concert grand piano. (Special/Steinway & Sons)
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Brookhaven YES supporters await voting results from DeKalb County at Pub 71 on July 31.
Hundreds of people packed the ball room at Jon Ossoff’s event at the Crowne Ravinia hotel in Dunwoody.
Mayor Shortal cuts off pieces of Dunwoody ribbon to hand out to children.
A conservator works on the “Battle of Atlanta” painting. (Phil Mosier)
Dunwoody-NE Georgia Soap Box Derby 06/14/13
Photo by Phil Mosier Parking lot of the First Baptist Church of Atlanta on New Peachtree Road Saturday June 1, 2013 8:30am. This is the sixth year of the event, and fifth as a sanctioned competition where finalist in all three divisions will compete in Akron Ohio at the national finals. At the starting ramp (blocks?) is Red shirts competitors in the Masters Division ages 10 -17.Victoria Joh, and Fredrick Joh Victoria’s brother, and crew chief.
The crowd watches students from the Atlanta School of Rock perform amidst lights after dark. (John Ruch)
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Heritage Concerts by the Springs 06/14/13
Photo by Phil Mosier Sunday June 2, 2013 6:30pm. The band Gwen Hughes and the Retro Jazz Katzs played two songs and then rain came. Charlotte Cloud (5yr) [stripes], Palmer Walstad (8yr) [solid blue].
Granite countertops and stainless steel appliances are standard in the Adley City Springs Apartments on Roswell Road just north of Hammond Road in Sandy Springs. (Adley City Springs)
Northside Hospital addition,
1000 Johnson Ferry Road, Sandy Springs
Project: 8-story addition to the main Northside Hospital in the Pill Hill medical center, going up along with a 10-story parking garage.
Expected completion: 2018
Professor Alan Abramowitz.
Deer passing through a moonlit, snowy field is the decoration on the Abnerathy Arts Center’s house. (John Ruch)
U.S. Department of Labor
Dunwoody Lt. Fidel Espinoza gives a thumbs up to the opening of Pernoshal Park.
Emma Kate Sellers
City staff created a simplified concept drawing of potential future uses for the new public safety headquarters on Morgan Falls Road, which could include a future fire station, at bottom right, a training facility, top right, and a vehicle maintenance facility, slightly behind the four-story office building. The office building is the only existing structure on the property. (City of Sandy Springs)
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Katie Love, 8, with her dog, Codie.
Jason Lappe in a photograph from his Facebook page.
Left to right, Andrea Sneiderman, Rusty Sneiderman and Hemy Neuman
Jean Kaufman, a resident of PARC at Buckhead on Phipps Boulevard, plays Wii bowling once a week with her friend Helen Miller in the gym of the retirement community.
Dunwoody Councilmember Terry Nall, left, with Bev and Windy Wingate, also of Dunwoody, who all support Karen Handel.
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AirWatch chairman Alan Dabbiere, left, greets Sandy Springs Mayor Eva Galambos, right, after the company’s announcement it plans to hire hundreds of high-tech workers. Gov. Nathan Deal, center, praised the company’s expansion plans.
Teens enjoy a game of basketball at the city’s new park.
Brookhaven Mayor J. Max Davis delivers his 2015 ‘State of the City’ address.
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New District 2 City Councilmember Steve Soteres, joined by family,is sworn into office Jan. 2. (John Ruch)
Local seniors enjoy playing on the Nintendo Wii gaming system. At left, Harry Hower plays Wii bowling at Atria Buckhead, a senior facility that sponsors a National Senior League Wii bowling league called the Buckhead Kingpins.
Robin, left, and friend Cathy enjoy the “Snackadium” for last year’s Super Bowl.
The Sandy Springs Fire Department will get two of these Pierce Custom PUC Pumper trucks delivered in late summer 2021 after City Council approved spending $2.96 million on the pumper trucks and an aerial truck on Aug. 4. Pierce/Ten-8 of Georgia
Karen Handel removes candles from a birthday cake presented to her at her Election Night watch party in Roswell. Dunwoody Councilmember Terry Nall is behind her.
Volunteer Riley O’Conner passes out equipment, give gloves, trash bags, and safety instructions.
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A Plexiglas partition and face masks help keep volunteers and shoppers at the Upscale Thrift store safer from the coronavirus. (Community Assistance Center)
Sandy Springs resident David Doll wonders how far he should go toward protecting his family from coyotes he sees in his backyard.
Sandy Springs resident and driver Harry Stone says something changes in motorists’ minds come the rush hour.