Sandy Springs News

Award-winning actor Shuler Hensley recently gave a surprise performance as Tevye prior to the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival’s sold-out AJFF Selects screening of the new documentary “Fiddler: A Miracle of Miracles” at the Sandy Springs Performing Arts Center. Dressed in costume and working his…

Ronald Humphrey, a 2019 graduate of Riverwood International Charter School, recently signed a letter of intent to wrestle at Ellsworth Junior College in Iowa Falls, Iowa. Humphrey is receiving a partial athletic scholarship to wrestle in the 174-pound weight class for the Panthers, who compe…

More than 350 Bert’s Big Adventure family members recently came together for the 12th annual Summer Reunion Adventure pool party at Life Time Athletic in Sandy Springs. Founded by radio personality Bert Weiss, Bert’s Big Adventure is a nonprofit that provides a magical, all-expenses-paid, fi…

The Sandy Springs Library, located at 395 Mount Vernon Highway, recently reopened after a nearly yearlong renovation project. It closed in August 2018 and was supposed to reopen in March, but the project was delayed. The Sandy Springs Library is the sixth library in Phase II of the Atlanta-F…

Sandy Springs resident Annelle Carr recently turned 100 and celebrated the occasion with a party with her family and friends at Vernon Springs Assisted Living, where she also receives in-home care from Arcturus Hospice. The Nashville native and her husband Edward had two children, four grand…

The Atlanta-based Boys & Girls Clubs of America and the Sandy Springs-based UPS Foundation recently took over Centennial Olympic Park in downtown Atlanta by hosting Safe Fest, a fun and educational teen safe driving event that also celebrated 10 years of the partnership’s teen safe drivi…