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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.
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. Red Shirt, Masters Division ages 10 – 17 Dunwoody resident racer Georgia Wescott at start line with her crew chief Mark Hodges [big hat / glasses].
Georgia Democratic Party Chair Dubose Party leads the crowd in a “Flip the Sixth!” chant.
1000 Park Avenue,
1000 Park Avenue at Phipps Boulevard, Buckhead
Project: 27-story, 270-unit apartment building.
Expected completion: August 2018
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].
Laura Martin, who runs Ties That Matter, works on a bag made from recycled neckties at her Buckhead home.
Brookhaven Mayor J. Max Davis jokes with the crowd during a portion of his 2015 ‘State of the City’ address.
Dozens of news reporters worked the Jon Ossoff Election Night watch party.
Sandy Springs resident David Doll wonders how far he should go toward protecting his family from coyotes he sees in his backyard.
Hundreds of people packed the ball room at Jon Ossoff’s event at the Crowne Ravinia hotel in Dunwoody.
The potential for a scenic vista can be seen in this existing site plan for the Northridge shopping center, along with its unusual shape that doesn’t front on Roswell Road. Access to both Roswell and Northridge roads is shown. (City of Sandy Springs)
Al Medore also bowls with the Wii league at Atria Buckhead.
Andrea Surratt (Special)
A teacher in Afghanistan sent Longino a note thanking him for the program.
Jim and Laura Strange of Dunwoody support Karen Handel.
A Google Earth image of the site of the Delido Apartments in Dunwoody.
A conservator works on the “Battle of Atlanta” painting. (Phil Mosier)
The scene at the Art Institute in Sandy Springs on Friday, Sept.
The crowd watches students from the Atlanta School of Rock perform amidst lights after dark. (John Ruch)
On April 17 the public first heard that Sutton Middle School Principal Audrey Sofianos, left, and North Atlanta High Principal Howard “Gene” Taylor would not return for the next school year.
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.
Visitors will eventually walk into the cyclorama building from underneath the painting before going up escalators to a viewing platform. The pieces missing from the bottom of the painting won’t be replaced, but will be covered by the diorama that will be installed at the base of the painting. (Phil Mosier)
Brookhaven Mayor J. Max Davis delivers his 2015 ‘State of the City’ address.
Eileen Esworthy of Sandy Springs with her son, Evan, 15, volunteered for the first time in an election for Ossoff.
Lee Walker with Alexis, her Bearded Dragon. Walker won first place for “Most Unusual Pet” in parade.
Above is an artist rendering of the new administration building that may be built at the Ignatius House Jesuit Retreat Center on Riverside Drive in Sandy Springs. The 3,000-square-foot building would house the retreat center’s employees.
assistant spends chemical experiments on a white background
Mayor Reed at this morning’s winter weather press conference.
a group gathered in Brook Run Park on Dec. 1 to protest the construction of a 12-foot wide concrete path, for which approximately 330 trees will be removed. Residents are also concerned about potential runoff issues.
One of three River Access site proposals by Sandy Springs was chosen for riverfront property just west of Roswell Road, with a connecting trail envisioned to the bridge project. (City of Sandy Springs)
Keisha Lance Bottoms gives a speech during her inauguration ceremony on Jan. 2.
Emma Kate Sellers
Melissa Dorrell, a volunteer with Ahimsa House, works with Boss, one of the dogs in the nonprofit’s care.
Former Gov. Sonny Perdue speaks to the Sandy Springs Perimeter Chamber of Commerce on Jan. 11
From left, Glen Fuse, a volunteer with the Dunwoody Preservation Trust, his grandson, Cesare Granozio, and Jim Williams, vice president of property for the Dunwoody Preservation Trust, take a look at the Stephen Martin Cemetery.
The commemorative Christmas tree ornament handed out at Sparkle Sandy Springs. (John Ruch)
Derrick Polk and his son, Grant, 11, play a game of Horse at the park opening for Pernoshal Park.
Sandy Springs resident and driver Harry Stone says something changes in motorists’ minds come the rush hour.
Center for Advanced Pediatrics, 1400 Tullie Road, Brookhaven
Project: Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta outpatient care tower, 8 stories.
Expected completion: 2018
Some of International Paint Pals’ art was chosen from around the world for display at the 2015 World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates.
A house decorated by Riverwood International Charter School students. (John Ruch)
Sandy Springs Mayor Rusty Paul, left, and Barbara Evans unveil a plaque at the foot of a tree planted in memory of Mrs, Evans’ husband, Dave Evans, during an Arbor Day celebration Feb. 21 at Morgan Falls Overlook Park.
U.S. Rep. Barry Loudermilk speaks about the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act at the Dec. 4 Sandy Springs Rotary Club luncheon at the Hilton Atlanta Perimeter Suites hotel. (John Ruch)
A Plexiglas partition and face masks help keep volunteers and shoppers at the Upscale Thrift store safer from the coronavirus. (Community Assistance Center)
Fulton Schools Superintendent Mike Looney, right, hears what the district’s IT staff had accomplished to make the first day of universal remote learning relatively problem free for video streaming of classes.
Police Chief Billy Grogan takes a swing during a fun game of Pickleball.
Sandy Springs City Manager Andrea Surratt’s report said this office building at 620 Morgan Falls Road is on two parcels totaling 12.5 acres and has plenty of room for the Police Department, Municipal Court and ancillary services. (Google Maps)
“CATS” member Francisco Escovar, a sophomore at Cross Keys picks up.
Left to right, Andrea Sneiderman, Rusty Sneiderman and Hemy Neuman
Emma Fountaine, left, and Rachel Urbach dance up a storm March 23 during the Father-Daughter dance at the Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta.
Robin, left, and friend Cathy enjoy the “Snackadium” for last year’s Super Bowl.
Scott Henderson of Roswell, left, and Eric Singh of Sandy Springs volunteered for Jon Ossoff. This was the first time they actively participated in an election, they said.
U.S. Department of Labor
Photo by Phil Mosier Neighborhood Block Party on the parking lot of church Saturday June 1, 2013 5:00pm. Bubble makers, Ann Marie Nutter (12yr) [yellow], Kinsey Bryan (3yr) [blue/green], Madison Sanders (4yr) [braids], twins Liberty Sanders (1yr) [pony tails], brother Jackson Sanders (1yr) [skyland shirt], and Sam Wages (1yr) [red grey sleeves].
The “Texas,” a legendary locomotive dating to 1856, has been installed inside the museum’s new wing built along with the cyclorama building. (Phil Mosier)