Sparkle Sandy Springs, the city’s third annual holiday lighting event, is expanding.
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The Rotary Club of Sandy Springs has scheduled its second Oktoberfest for Oct. 26 from noon to 5:30 p.m. at Heritage Park, 6110 Blue Stone Road in Sandy Springs.
The city of Sandy Springs will host a public information open house meeting about the proposed Path400 Greenway Trail extension from Buckhead into Sandy Springs.
Eleven metro Atlanta authors, including nine from Buckhead and Sandy Springs, will appear at the 28th annual Book Festival of the MJCCA (Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta). The 19-day event will take place at the MJCCA’s Dunwoody campus Oct. 30 through Nov. 18 and will feature nearly…
Though the first trail isn’t expected to be completed until mid-2022, the city of Sandy Springs has taken some big first steps in its trails master plan.
The city of Sandy Springs is officially siding with the state on its preference to build a new interchange on Mount Vernon Highway as part of the Georgia 400 express lanes and bus rapid transit project.
Go Long for Luke, a nonprofit that supports children with autism and other neurological disorders, is once again combining flag football with fundraising.
In September, which was Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, Georgia’s Own Credit Union partnered with Atlanta Hawks legend Dominique Wilkins and the Child Life Zone at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta at Scottish Rite in Sandy Springs for a patient party. Featuring crafts, games, snacks, a pho…
About 100 supporters of President Donald Trump showed up Oct. 9 outside the Sandy Springs office of District 6 U.S. Rep. Lucy McBath, D-Marietta, to protest the Democrats’ plans to possibly start impeachment proceedings against Trump.
Zambawango, a bakery in Sandy Springs, is giving away free slices of cake Oct. 10, in honor of its one-year anniversary.
A Sandy Springs resident will be honored at this year’s Crystal Ball, the Arthritis Foundation’s largest annual fundraiser.
Hodges-Mace, a Sandy Springs-based provider of employee benefits technology, voluntary benefits and custom enrollment services, held its fourth annual Summer of Service, in which employees raise funds for local charities and also participate in volunteer service projects. This year’s program…
Riverwood International Charter School in Sandy Springs recently sent 20 culinary arts students to the Springer Mountain Farms Southern Wing Showdown at The Fairmont in west Midtown, where they assisted 30 chefs from top restaurants across the Southeast. The students, all juniors and seniors…
Dozens of local students were among the about 16,000 semifinalists in the 65th annual National Merit Scholarship Program, the Evanston, Illinois-based National Merit Scholarship Corp. announced last month.
A construction worker employed by a company building the new interchange where Interstate 285 and Georgia 400 intersect in Sandy Springs died Oct. 3 in an accident.
Denise Starling is encouraged by the progress made with the Path400 Greenway Trail in Buckhead and excited about the upcoming completion of its latest phase.
The Northside Cardiovascular Institute, a division of Northside Hospital in Sandy Springs, has expanded again by opening a new office at the Northside Medical Midtown building in Atlanta.
The situation regarding the Lake Forrest Dam has gotten so urgent that the city of Sandy Springs is moving forward to finally have it repaired.
A member of the Sandy Springs City Council has recused herself from all votes when it comes to the legal battle between the city and Holder Construction Group over the City Springs project because a relative works for the company, to avoid a conflict of interest.
A Sandy Springs resident living in the city’s Dunwoody panhandle said he and his neighbors are planning to start a petition and present it to both Georgia Power and the Public Service Commission, which regulates the state’s utility companies, after frequent non-weather-related power outages …
One day in the future, Sandy Springs will be the cog in a wheel of pedestrian/bicycle/scooter trails that connect to all of its metro Atlanta neighbors and beyond.
From a meteorological standpoint, fall officially began Sept. 23, but with temperatures still hovering in the 90s and little, if any rain, the only sure sign that fall has arrived is the calendar filling up with fall festivals and events in the Northside area.
A local state legislator recently returned from a business trip to Japan, where she brought back some ideas that could help expand and/or improve the Metro Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA).
Holder Construction Group, the company that built the city of Sandy Springs’ new City Springs complex, has sued the city over disagreements on payments for the work, and the city has filed a counterclaim.
For Mayor Rusty Paul, Sandy Springs’ inaugural City Green Live Friday night concert series “has gone even beyond my wildest expectations.”
Although the history of Sandy Springs may be told in books predominantly from a male perspective, it has a distinct female component that is not mentioned much regarding its past.
Like many of her neighbors, Heather Breeden is opposed to a developer’s plan to build a self-storage facility where the Sandy Springs Gun Club and Range once was.
If “Home is where the heart is,” as Roman author Pliny the Elder once said, then there is little doubt this year’s Sandy Springs Festival will again be “home” for residents and visitors to the city Sept. 28 and 29.
Fulton County is warning drivers it will be closing lanes on two roads in Sandy Springs for the Big Creek Water Reclamation Facility expansion project through November.
A boy who was abducted by his father at his school has been found safe in California and is coming home, the Sandy Springs Police Department said.
Temple Sinai Preschool, a childcare center in Sandy Springs, recently celebrated the redevelopment of its facilities with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. To meet the growing needs of the community, the preschool is expanding to provide full-day infant programs in addition to its existing half-day…
The criminal charges filed by the city of Sandy Springs against a home-based daycare center after it allowed a 15-month-old boy to wander off the property in July have been dismissed, but the state’s investigation into the business is still underway.
Kika Stretch Studios, a Montclair, New Jersey-based franchise company specializing in stretching exercises, recently opened a new location in Midtown, its first one in Atlanta. It is planning a second metro Atlanta location in Vinings.
A doctor operating a weight-loss clinic in Sandy Springs and a Westminster Schools graduate who later played in the NFL have been indicted along with two others for illegally distributing prescription drugs, including opioids.
Atlanta and Sandy Springs residents are among the 281 suspects worldwide that federal authorities have arrested in global business email compromise schemes.
From left, Samantha, Lauren and Emilie Scalise, three philanthropic-minded teenage sisters, were named finalists in the health advocacy category at the eighth annual Nonprofit Trinity Awards. The event was held recently at Georgia Tech’s Ferst Center for the Arts. The awards’ mission is to s…
County and state officials and others on the front lines in the battle against the opioid crisis and substance abuse are coming to Sandy Springs Sept. 10 for a special town hall meeting.