For each of the past 15 years, the Rotary Club of Dunwoody has, in partnership with the media specialists at Dresden Elementary, donated 1,000 individual, personalized books for every student at the school. Many of the students have said that these are the only books in their homes.
From scooters in the Perimeter to Brook Run Park costs and construction plans to proposed Dunwoody Village overlay changes, Dunwoody’s city council members faced a full agenda at their meeting on Monday night.
Northside Hospital’s Atlanta campus is the first in Georgia to receive national accreditation as a Pulmonary Hypertension Care Center (PHCC) by the Pulmonary Hypertension Association, recognizing the hospital’s special expertise in evaluating and treating patients with the disease.
As the calendar turns to the new year, issues tend to recycle, solidify or fade away.
The Holy Innocents’ girls’ basketball team, more than used to playing while ahead, proved it can come from behind Saturday afternoon at Spalding High School. Trailing by as many as 16 in the first half, Coach Nichole Dixon’s bunch came off the deck for a 59-45 win.
In the Blue-Collar Basketball Showcase on Saturday, the St. Pius X varsity boys’ basketball team took on the Newton High School Rams, who entered the contest ranked No. 1 in the state of Georgia and No. 78 in the nation.
Four Marist students recently signed letters to play collegiate sports next year. Katie Goldberg signed a letter of intent to play softball at the University of Virginia. She is pictured with parents Craig and Gail Goldberg. Kathleen Maley signed a letter of intent to run track and cross cou…
Dunwoody’s boys’ basketball team had an up and down weekend, despite the high flying skills of Jared Whitehurst shown dunking in a win over Cross Keys. The boys lost at Pope 86-58 but finished off the Indians, 76 to 5. And yes, that’s the correct score.
Seven Oaks Company signed a multi-floor lease at 4004 Perimeter Summit with Carr, Riggs & Ingram, LLC, a Top 20 nationally ranked CPA and advisory firm that will consolidate its metro Atlanta offices at Central Perimeter’s newest Class-A office tower. The 13-year agreement totals 49,544 …
Jerry A. Maddox, resident of Dunwoody since 1972, has been awarded the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award by Marquis Who’s Who for his accomplishments and being in the upper 5 percent of 600,000 other biographies shown in the 2019 edition of “Who’s Who in America.”
The Simpson Company of Georgia, Inc. is pleased to announce that Ronnie Hinton has joined its team as a sales associate.
PBD Worldwide CEO, Scott Dockter, has won a Glassdoor Employees’ Choice Award honoring the Top CEOs in 2018 in the U.S. SMB category. Glassdoor, one of the world’s largest job and recruiting sites, released its annual report recognizing the Top CEOs, which highlights top leaders employees lo…
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It was playwright Noel Coward who gave us this yuletide sentiment: “Christmas is at our throats again.”
Just as every show is different from the show before, no two award presentations are exactly the same. But, this year, theater supporters and award winners noticed something was missing as they gathered on Aug. 19 for the Woodie Awards ceremony – the trophies themselves.
Rounding out its 44th Season, Dunwoody’s very own professional theatre Stage Door Players produces the Tony Award-nominated hit musical, “Smokey Joe’s Cafe.” The high-energy revue showcases the music and lyrics of Rock and Roll Hall of Famers Jerry Lieber and Mike Stoller, under the directio…
Continuing the 44th Season of Dunwoody’s very own professional theatre, Stage Door Players produces the regional premiere comedy, “Living on Love,” written by Joe Di Pietro and directed by SDP Artistic Director Robert Egizio.