Volunteers cleared brush and weeds in Mount Olive Cemetery in Frankie Allen Park on Pharr Road in Buckhead on May 7. Elon Osby, with three ancestors buried at the site, was pleased to be part of a “significant” effort by volunteers in keeping the historic cemetery clean.
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)
Surveillance camera image of purse snatching suspect. (Dunwoody Police)
Eileen Esworthy of Sandy Springs with her son, Evan, 15, volunteered for the first time in an election for Ossoff.
Danielle Collier, a local painting conservator, cleans varnish off of the painting. (Phil Mosier)
The scene at the Art Institute in Sandy Springs on Friday, Sept.
Sandy Springs police evacuated the Art Institute after shots were reported. (Photo SSPD)
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Some the trees felled for the course renovation. (Evelyn Andrews)
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)
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)
Dunwoody Police Officer Jared Bradley.
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Karen Handel holds up a gift of a pearl necklace, a nod to her signature accessory.
Tracy Brown, left, and Terri Polk of Jack & Jill-Dunwoody, a nonprofit organization for African-American mothers. The organization is donating a “bird tree” library to the park for children to grab a book to read while at the park or take it home and then bring it back.