By Collin Kelley Preservationists plan to move the historic Randolph-Lucas House in Buckhead to the Ansley Park neighborhood before the end of summer. The once-endangered mansion will be the private home of NewTown Partners’ founders, Christopher Jones and Roger Smith, returning the mansion to its residential roots for the first time in nearly 20 years. [...]The post New life for historic Randolph-Lucas House appeared first on Reporter Newspapers.
From reports dated through June 5. The following information was pulled from DeKalb County Police Department’s Crimetrac system (www.crimemapping.com/map/ga/dekalbcounty) for the zip code 30319 and the lower Buford Highway corridor. The information on the website is presumed accurate. Robbery 3300 block of Osborne Road – A robbery was reported on May 26. Burglary 100 [...]The post Brookhaven Police Blotter – dated through June 5 appeared first on Reporter Newspapers.
By J.D. Moor You’re cruising through north Buckhead’s expansive, expensive, contemporary neighborhoods. Up ahead is the crossroads with Sandy Springs. Suddenly, there’s a rustic, anachronistic landmark – a lone, commercial enterprise catches your eye. You’ve intersected with Northside Drive and Mount Paran Road, where this antique destination survives in the present. It’s the Mount Paran [...]The post A taste of the country holds its own on Mount Paran Road appeared first on Reporter Newspapers.
Diablos win Father's Day championshipDunwoody CrierThe 13U Dunwoody Diablos took home the hardware at a Father's Day tournament. Dads standing L-R: Asst. Coach, Charles Coke, David Reid, Ladd Fletcher, Peter Bielan, Robbie Hardin, Jay Cohen, Steve Keever, Dan Middleton, Joe Martin, Chuck Seets ...and more »
Sneiderman's defense repeats familiar refrain objecting to new indictmentsDunwoody CrierThe defense lawyers for Dunwoody widow Andrea Sneiderman repeated a familiar refrain last Tuesday, arguing that the third set of indictments charging her involvement in the murder of her husband in November 2010 remain too vague—lacking specificity ...
Locals vie in junior eventsCherokee TribuneWaynesboro's Carter Mobley and Dunwoody's Marcus Byrd led the field of the Georgia Junior Championship with two-round totals of 3-under par 141. Rain delayed the afternoon tee times Tuesday in Rocky Face at The Farm. In contention is Nick Budd (147).Going low remains a challenge on second day of Georgia Junior ChampionshipThe Daily CitizenOvertimeThe Augusta Chronicleall 4 news articles »
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