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Reporter Newspapers Reporter Newspapers are published monthly and delivered to residents of Sandy Springs, Buckhead, Dunwoody & Brookhaven in the greater Atlanta, GA area.

Reporter Newspapers are published bi-weekly and delivered to residents of Sandy Springs, Buckhead, Dunwoody and Brookhaven. The four editions, with combined circulation of 60,000 copies, feature “hyper-local” editorial content focused exclusively on the communities. With crisp graphic design and high quality color reproduction, Reporter Newspapers provide readers with in-depth coverage of local news, opinions and analysis of important issues and a variety of lively feature articles—in print and online. Each issue contains comprehensive information about the people, places, events and organizations that make Sandy Springs, Buckhead, Dunwoody and Brookhaven among the most desirable communities in metro Atlanta. The four papers are published and distributed every other Friday. Copies are carrier-delivered to most of the single-family homes in ZIP codes 30305, 30318, 30319, 30326, 30327, 30328, 30338, 30342 and 30350. Several of these ZIP codes are among the most affluent areas in metro Atlanta. Copies are also delivered to more than 500 business locations and selected condo buildings throughout the four communities. Reporter Newspapers management and staff is a talented and diverse group with substantial experience in journalism, sales and graphic design. * Founder and Publisher Steve Levene has more than 30 years of experience with national and local newspapers and was a business executive with the Wall Street Journal; * Director of Sales Development Amy Arno has a long history in media sales and marketing; * Creative Director Rico Figliolini has extensive experience in social media, marketing and print media. * Managing Editor Joe Earle has more than 30 years of experience as an editor and writer with daily newspapers, including the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. __________________________________ Links: Main URL: http://www.reporternewspapers.net Twitter: http://twitter.com/Reporter_News __________________________________ ** Contact Us: Advertising information, or call 404-917-2200, ext. 112 __________________________________ Delivery information, or call 404-917-2200, ext. 110 __________________________________ Editorial information, or call 404-917-2200, ext 122 __________________________________ Feel free to contact directly anyone listed below: Publisher Steve Levene 404-917-2200, ext. 111 __________________________________ Managing Editor Joe Earle 404-917-2200, ext. 122 __________________________________ Associate Editor John Ruch 404-917-2200, ext. 113 __________________________________ Staff Writer Dyana Bagby 404-917-2200, ext. 114 __________________________________ Director of Sales Development Amy Arno 404-917-2200, ext. 112 __________________________________ Office Manager Deborah Davis 404-917-2200, ext. 110 Click here to send an email __________________________________ Creative Director Rico Figliolini 404-917-2200, ext. 117 __________________________________

The Perimeter Center Improvement Districts is studying the impact the Georgia Department of Transportation’s planned t...
06/06/2019
PCIDs studies potential toll lane impact on local roads

The Perimeter Center Improvement Districts is studying the impact the Georgia Department of Transportation’s planned toll lanes could have on two major Sandy Springs interchanges and the local roads around them. https://www.reporternewspapers.net/2019/06/06/pcids-studies-potential-toll-lane-impact-on-local-roads/

The Perimeter Center Improvement Districts is studying the impact the Georgia Department of Transportation’s planned toll lanes could have on two major Sandy Springs interchanges and the loca…

Joe Earle chats with the Oglethorpe University writing teacher whose new novel tells the tale of Georgia's "Magnetic Gir...
06/06/2019
Around Town: A local author re-imagines the story of Georgia’s amazing ‘Magnetic Girl’

Joe Earle chats with the Oglethorpe University writing teacher whose new novel tells the tale of Georgia's "Magnetic Girl." https://www.reporternewspapers.net/2019/06/06/around-town-a-local-author-re-imagines-the-story-of-georgias-amazing-magnetic-girl/

Jessica Handler’s mother was the first to tell her about Lulu Hurst. Handler and her mother shared an interest in stories of remarkable women, so years ago, when Handler’s mother came a…

Sandy Springs City Manager John McDonough said he expects to hear if he will be taking a similar job in Greenville, Sout...
06/05/2019
Sandy Springs city manager expects decision on South Carolina job within 10 days

Sandy Springs City Manager John McDonough said he expects to hear if he will be taking a similar job in Greenville, South Carolina within 10 days.
https://www.reporternewspapers.net/2019/06/05/sandy-springs-city-manager-expects-decision-on-south-carolina-job-within-10-days/

Sandy Springs City Manager John McDonough said he expects to hear if he will be taking a similar job in Greenville, South Carolina within 10 days. Greenville has entered into negotiations with McDo…

Holy Spirit Catholic Church and Preparatory School have canceled a June 6 community meeting about a campus expansion pla...
06/05/2019
Holy Spirit cancels June 6 expansion plan meeting, blames surprise city study request

Holy Spirit Catholic Church and Preparatory School have canceled a June 6 community meeting about a campus expansion plan, saying a surprise request by the city of Sandy Springs for a water study cannot be completed in time. The meeting will be rescheduled, Holy Spirit says. https://www.reporternewspapers.net/2019/06/05/holy-spirit-cancels-june-6-expansion-plan-meeting-blames-surprise-city-study-request/

Holy Spirit Catholic Church and Preparatory School have canceled a June 6 community meeting about a campus expansion plan, saying a surprise request by the city of Sandy Springs for a water study c…

Tenants at the Reserve at Brookhaven apartments are organizing to challenge a $350 fine tacked onto this month’s rent ...
06/05/2019
Brookhaven apartment tenants protest fines; owner blames city beautification push

Tenants at the Reserve at Brookhaven apartments are organizing to challenge a $350 fine tacked onto this month’s rent for allegedly having prohibited items on their patios, such as bicycles and children’s toys. The owner of the complex said the steep fines are being charged because the city of Brookhaven is ordering a thorough cleanup of the Buford Highway area where the Peachtree Creek Greenway is now under construction.
https://www.reporternewspapers.net/2019/06/05/brookhaven-apartment-tenants-protest-fines-owner-blames-city-beautification-push/

Tenants at the Reserve at Brookhaven apartments are organizing to challenge a $350 fine tacked onto this month’s rent for allegedly having prohibited items on their patios, such as bicycles a…

Elected officials in Dunwoody and Doraville are speaking out against the planned I-285 top end toll lanes and have signe...
06/05/2019
Dunwoody, Doraville council members sign petition opposing I-285 toll lanes

Elected officials in Dunwoody and Doraville are speaking out against the planned I-285 top end toll lanes and have signed a petition opposing the estimated $5 billion project expected to begin construction in 2023.
https://www.reporternewspapers.net/2019/06/05/dunwoody-doraville-council-members-sign-petition-opposing-i-285-toll-lanes/

Elected officials in Dunwoody and Doraville are speaking out against the planned I-285 top end toll lanes and have signed a petition opposing the estimated $5 billion project expected to begin cons…

Some replacement sound barriers for the current Transform 285/400 project might be demolished for the future toll lanes....
06/05/2019
Fate of sound barriers after toll lanes construction is uncertain

Some replacement sound barriers for the current Transform 285/400 project might be demolished for the future toll lanes. https://www.reporternewspapers.net/2019/06/05/fate-of-sound-barriers-after-toll-lanes-construction-is-uncertain/

The schedule of sound barrier installation following the Ga. 400 and I-285 interchange construction has caused confusion among some residents, and plans for toll lanes in the same corridor bring mo…

Two very different artists with Georgia ties will be featured in exhibits at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia (...
06/05/2019
Two modern artists with Georgia ties are featured at MOCA GA

Two very different artists with Georgia ties will be featured in exhibits at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia (MOCA GA) in exhibits beginning in June. https://www.reporternewspapers.net/2019/06/05/two-modern-artists-with-georgia-ties-are-featured-at-moca-ga/

Two very different artists with Georgia ties will be featured in exhibits at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia (MOCA GA) in exhibits beginning in June. Andy Nasisse first put his hands in c…

Sandy Springs now owns 16 houses on Hammond Drive between Roswell Road and Glenridge Drive as it continues to land-bank ...
06/05/2019
Sandy Springs buys another house for Hammond widening

Sandy Springs now owns 16 houses on Hammond Drive between Roswell Road and Glenridge Drive as it continues to land-bank in anticipation of the widening project, which is in the study phase.
https://www.reporternewspapers.net/2019/06/04/sandy-springs-buys-another-house-for-hammond-widening/

Sandy Springs City Council approved purchasing another house for the possible Hammond Drive widening project at its June 4 meeting. The city now owns 16 houses on Hammond Drive between Roswell Road…

Atlanta City Councilmember J.P. Matzigkeit says he has “deep concern” about the traffic and stormwater runoff impact...
06/04/2019
Buckhead’s Councilmember Matzigkeit has ‘deep concern’ about Holy Spirit plan

Atlanta City Councilmember J.P. Matzigkeit says he has “deep concern” about the traffic and stormwater runoff impacts of the campus expansion plan by Holy Spirit Catholic Church and Preparatory School. https://www.reporternewspapers.net/2019/06/04/buckheads-councilmember-matzigkeit-has-deep-concern-about-holy-spirit-plan/

Atlanta City Councilmember J.P. Matzigkeit says he has “deep concern” about the traffic and stormwater runoff impacts of the campus expansion plan by Holy Spirit Catholic Church and Pre…

Update: Sandy Springs City Manager John McDonough is Greenville, South Carolina's top choice to fill its similar job and...
06/04/2019
Sandy Springs city manager a finalist for South Carolina job

Update: Sandy Springs City Manager John McDonough is Greenville, South Carolina's top choice to fill its similar job and has entered negotiations.

https://www.reporternewspapers.net/2019/06/04/sandy-springs-city-manager-a-finalist-for-south-carolina-job/

Sandy Springs City Manager John McDonough has been named a finalist for a similar job in Greenville, South Carolina. McDonough, who has served as Sandy Springs city manager since the city’s f…

Author Hannah Palmer will visit the Buckhead Heritage Society book club on June 13 to discuss her book "Flight Path: A S...
06/04/2019
Author to discuss Atlanta airport’s impacts in Buckhead Heritage Society book club event

Author Hannah Palmer will visit the Buckhead Heritage Society book club on June 13 to discuss her book "Flight Path: A Search for Roots Beneath the World's Busiest Airport." https://www.reporternewspapers.net/2019/06/04/author-to-discuss-atlanta-airports-impacts-in-buckhead-heritage-society-book-club-event/

Author Hannah Palmer will visit the Buckhead Heritage Society book club on June 13 to discuss her book “Flight Path: A Search for Roots Beneath the World’s Busiest Airport.” The b…

Now that a study has determined using new buses is the most feasible option for transit along the top end of I-285, anot...
06/04/2019
I-285 transit study to determine funding sources, stop locations

Now that a study has determined using new buses is the most feasible option for transit along the top end of I-285, another study is underway to determine where to build stations, determine ridership estimates and also the best way to fund a new “rubber wheel” system. https://www.reporternewspapers.net/2019/06/04/i-285-transit-study-to-determine-funding-sources-stop-locations/

Now that a study has determined using new buses is the most feasible option for transit along the top end of I-285, another study is underway to determine where to build stations, determine ridersh…

Buckhead Council chair and former mayoral candidate Mary Norwood proposes county takeover of City Jail. "There is one ma...
06/04/2019
Buckhead Council chair proposes county takeover of City Jail; Mayor’s Office blasts idea

Buckhead Council chair and former mayoral candidate Mary Norwood proposes county takeover of City Jail. "There is one mayor at a time," replies the Mayor's Office. https://www.reporternewspapers.net/2019/06/03/buckhead-council-chair-proposes-county-takeover-of-city-jail-mayors-office-blasts-idea/

The proposed transformation of the Atlanta City Jail into a social services center – a key piece of Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms’ agenda – should be reconsidered in favor of making …

Update: Police have arrested a suspect who has been charged in the hit and run that injured an officer directing traffic...
06/03/2019
Police searching for driver who hit, injured Sandy Springs officer

Update: Police have arrested a suspect who has been charged in the hit and run that injured an officer directing traffic.
https://www.reporternewspapers.net/2019/06/03/police-searching-for-driver-that-hit-injured-sandy-springs-officer/

A Sandy Springs Police officer was hit by a car while directing traffic off duty June 3. Police had to search for the driver who fled the scene and later arrested a suspect. Police arrested Madison…

The proposed transformation of the Atlanta City Jail into a social services center – a key piece of Mayor Keisha Lance...
06/03/2019
Buckhead Council chair proposes county takeover of City Jail; Mayor’s Office blasts idea

The proposed transformation of the Atlanta City Jail into a social services center – a key piece of Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms’ agenda – should be reconsidered in favor of making it a city jail, says Mary Norwood, the Buckhead Council of Neighborhoods chair and former mayoral race rival. A Mayor’s Office spokesperson blasted that idea – and Norwood’s motives -- as political “self-aggrandization” and a divisive belief in “locking THEM up.” https://www.reporternewspapers.net/2019/06/03/buckhead-council-chair-proposes-county-takeover-of-city-jail-mayors-office-blasts-idea/

The proposed transformation of the Atlanta City Jail into a social services center – a key piece of Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms’ agenda – should be reconsidered in favor of making …

A Sandy Springs Police officer was hit by a car while directing traffic off duty June 3. The police are searching for th...
06/03/2019
Police searching for driver that hit, injured Sandy Springs officer

A Sandy Springs Police officer was hit by a car while directing traffic off duty June 3. The police are searching for the driver who fled the scene.

https://www.reporternewspapers.net/2019/06/03/police-searching-for-driver-that-hit-injured-sandy-springs-officer/

A Sandy Springs Police officer was hit by a car while directing traffic off duty June 3. The police are searching for the driver who fled the scene. The officer was hit on Powers Ferry Road near th…

The Reporter is pleased to introduce our new columnist, Carol Niemi, who tells the inspirational stories of people in ou...
06/03/2019
Worth Knowing: At 92, a jeweler is a gem of the community

The Reporter is pleased to introduce our new columnist, Carol Niemi, who tells the inspirational stories of people in our communities. https://www.reporternewspapers.net/2019/06/03/worth-knowing-at-92-a-jeweler-is-a-gem-of-the-community/

Helen Sher, the 92-year-old owner of Camelot Jewelers, tucked in a corner of a nondescript little shopping center on the east end of Dunwoody, is one of these people who inspire the rest of us. Her…

The city of Atlanta will be reviewing the existing tree protection ordinance later this year, and Nikki Belmonte, the ex...
06/03/2019
Wildlife and people could benefit from better tree protections, Buckhead advocates say

The city of Atlanta will be reviewing the existing tree protection ordinance later this year, and Nikki Belmonte, the executive director of the Atlanta Audubon Society, said this is the time for citizens and experts to voice their opinions. https://www.reporternewspapers.net/2019/06/03/wildlife-and-people-could-benefit-from-better-tree-protections-buckhead-advocates-say/

Native birds will have a safe place to rest their wings at night if the Atlanta Audubon Society has its way. The society has been partnering with several local environmental organizations to protec…

Kingsley Elementary has become the first STEAM certified school in Dunwoody. The certification shows the school is dedic...
06/02/2019
Kingsley Elementary becomes first STEAM school in Dunwoody

Kingsley Elementary has become the first STEAM certified school in Dunwoody. The certification shows the school is dedicated to teaching about science, technology, engineering, arts and math and allowing students to do hands-on projects. https://www.reporternewspapers.net/2019/06/02/kingsley-elementary-becomes-first-steam-school-in-dunwoody/

Kingsley Elementary has become the first STEAM certified school in Dunwoody. The certification shows the school is dedicated to teaching about science, technology, engineering, arts and math and al…

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