News Listing

Appen Decatur

Appen Media Group, publishers of the Herald and Crier newspapers, announced July 1 it has purchased the digital news company Decaturish from longtime owner and founder Dan Whisenhunt with the intent of expanding its reach to east Metro suburbs as well as improving its online presence

Park Place

Park Place, a Georgia corporation, will celebrate its 50th anniversary July 20th by welcoming the first 50 guests at one of its downtown parking properties for what it cost to park back in 1974.


A new nature-based school will open this fall at the Dunwoody Nature Center, a 22-acre park and education center located off Roberts Drive.


Georgia ranked worst in the nation in on-time mail delivery during the second quarter of this year, according to a new report from the U.S. Postal Service Office of Inspector General.

Youth Lead

Students in the inaugural Youth LEAD Georgia class, run by the University of Georgia, saw their state in a whole new light this summer during a bus tour designed to help them improve their understanding of the business environment in their state

Jersey Boys

Night of Hope” is a special July 16th performance of the musical Jersey Boys to raise much-needed funds for the Community Assistance Center (CAC). The show starts at 7:30pm in the Byers Theatre at the Sandy Springs Performing Arts Center. A dessert reception follows the award-winning musical.


A description of the newly designated local opporunity zones including details about the origins of the opportunity zone program, how zones are selected, and the potential benefits to both businesses and consumers


A recently approved program for Dekalb County schools, in partnership with Yondr, is intended to minimize distractions during the school day by locking up phones in secure pouches during class time.

For Immediate Release: ATLANTA (July 8, 2024)  The Perimeter Chamber has launched a partnership with the Access Georgia Foundation (Access) to promote economic growth for its members and further entrepreneurial growth in the City of Dunwoody and its surrounding areas.


Dunwoody’s new “Connect with Council” series brings elected officials to local coffee shops for informal talks with residents. The talks cover a broad range of topics in order to help residents address concerns that fall outside of the common political talking points

Chairman's Circle