The Atlanta Police Department has released more information regarding a deadly shooting that occurred overnight in Buckhead.
The Scalise sisters – Emilie, Samantha and Lauren – recently presented a check for $9,700 to the board of directors of TurningPoint Breast Cancer Rehabilitation at its meeting in Sandy Springs. The girls raised these funds at the third annual Strides for Survivors, a 2.7-mile walk held Feb. …
In her efforts to teach others better networking and communication techniques Nadia Bilchik has invented a word and even a brand based on that creation.
The Buckhead Business Association handed out its annual public safety and service awards at its signature luncheon June 13 at the J.W. Marriott Atlanta Buckhead hotel.
Ex-U.S. Rep. Beto O'Rourke, D-Texas, and former Vice President Joe Biden, D-Delaware, both 2020 Democratic candidates for president, recently visited Atlanta while on the campaign trail. While here they appeared at the I Will Vote Fundraising Gala at Flourish in Buckhead.
With no suspect identified or arrested yet in a month-old Buckhead hit-and-run case, the Atlanta Police Department has released a video and some new information on it in the hopes of getting new leads.
The city of Atlanta is considering making changes to its tree ordinance for the first time in 20 years, and earlier this month it hosted four meetings (one in each of Atlanta’s four quadrants) to get residents’ input on the plan.
Dressed in overalls and a brown floppy hat with a wide brim, the man playing the role of John Whitley stepped on to a tour bus full of Buckhead Heritage Society patrons for the Mansions, Gardens and Ghosts: Buckhead History and Secrets Tour in April.
The Atlanta-Fulton County Library System has announced its two Buckhead libraries will temporarily close later this month for renovation as part of Phase II of the system’s library renovation project.
As G.P. “Bud” Peterson, Ph.D., ends his tenure as the Georgia Institute of Technology’s president, the retiring leader is looking ahead as much as he’s looking back.
Takashi Shinozuka, the consul general of Japan in Atlanta, and his wife recently hosted at their Buckhead home the 2019 kickoff party for Shepherd Center’s annual The Legendary Party. This year’s event, set for Nov. 2 at Flourish in Buckhead, is themed “Sakura, Blossoms of Renewal.” The kick…
With Father’s Day coming June 16, two local leaders – Buckhead Coalition President Sam Massell and Sandy Springs Mayor Rusty Paul – reflected on the big day in interviews with the Neighbor.
The Atlanta History Center in Buckhead will host its annual Juneteenth family programs June 15 and 16 to commemorate the end of slavery in the United States. Guests during this free-admission weekend explore the themes of freedom and family history through talks, museum theatre, workshops an…
Two-time Atlanta mayoral candidate Mary Norwood, the current chair of the Buckhead Council of Neighborhoods, is objecting to Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms’ plan to repurpose the Atlanta Detention Center, instead asking it become a Fulton County jail facility.
The second community meeting involving the plans Holy Spirit Catholic Church and Holy Spirit Preparatory School have for expanding their joint campus has been postponed.
TRINITY’S OPERA: Trinity School in Buckhead recently presented its annual opera performance. Supported by a chorus of students in second through fifth grade, the school’s sixth-grade leadership class performed an adaptation of Gilbert and Sullivan’s classic comedy “The Pirates of Penzance.” …
The Atlanta History Center in Buckhead recently hosted its 34th annual Swan House Ball at the historic Swan House on its campus. This year’s ball was chaired by Jenny Pruitt, founder and executive chair of Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty, and honored the Rollins family for …
Atlanta’s top real estate agents were among those who recently visited the fourth annual Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles Southeastern Designer Showhouse and Gardens. Located at 4315 Garmon Road in Buckhead, the showhouse is a new, nearly 13,000-square-foot home on property where the High fami…
There’s still time to register for BuckheadRun!, the inaugural 5K race Livable Buckhead is hosting June 1 at 7:30 a.m. at Lenox Square mall.
A Buckhead resident representing condos and townhouses in that community is concerned over the city of Atlanta’s proposed amendment to its solid waste fee schedule ordinance, saying it’s unfair to residents of those types of homes.
United States military veterans of World War II are dying at a rate of 348 per day, according to statistics from the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs.
Buckhead resident Thomas Fellows, author of the 2017 book “Forget Self-Help: Re-examining the Golden Rule,” recently was honored by having his book chosen as one of the books to be read as part of the Georgia Radio Reading Service.
An online fundraiser has been set up to pay for funeral costs for Shomari Billings, the teenager who apparently drowned in a Memorial Day pool party at a Buckhead apartment complex.
The detour associated with the Northside Drive bridge replacement project, which was expected to be completed in 2020, is being delayed by a year, according to the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT). But the project is still expected to be completed on time.
The Atlanta Police Department is investigating an incident where a teenager apparently drowned at a Buckhead apartment complex pool during a Memorial Day party.
The city of Atlanta is updating its laws protecting trees for the first time in 20 years, and it wants residents’ input on the plan.
For the third straight year, one local French bistro is celebrating Bastille Day by raising funds for restaurant industry workers in distress.
Thomas Deans Fine Art in Buckhead will host two exhibitions in June – one in honor of a late artist and the other featuring two well-known living ones.
For his bar mitzvah May 4, Natanel Gold opted to ask for donations for research to possibly find a cure for a rare disease afflicting his sister Shaindy and other children.
For those of you who don’t have Memorial Day plans, Shepherd Center in Buckhead is inviting you to spend it with Shepherd’s Men as it finishes the seventh and final half-marathon in an effort to raise funds and awareness for veterans suffering from traumatic brain injury (TBI) and post-traum…
Pace Academy recently held its class of 2019 graduation ceremony at Peachtree Road United Methodist Church in Buckhead, with its Baccalaureate service the day before in the school’s Fine Arts Center. Above: Pace valedictorian Jacob Sloman receives his diploma from Head of School Fred Assaf.
The Lovett School recently hosted its class of 2019 graduation ceremony at Peachtree Presbyterian Church in Buckhead. Above: The Lovett School’s class of 2019 gathers. Left: From left, Head of School Meredyth Cole presents Michael Hardee with his diploma.
With May being Mental Health Awareness Month, two local psychiatrists said Americans’ mental health is still a concern and statistics support that belief.
There are no crowded school classrooms or study areas where students try to focus on schoolwork in the midst of whispered conversations among other students as well as other disruptions.
Whitefield Academy recently held its class of 2019 graduation ceremony at the Church of the Apostles in Buckhead. Led by Head of School Kevin Bracher, Upper School Principal Nathan Stevens and board chair Jason Bilotti, 69 graduates received their diplomas and became members of the school’s …