Reporters ‘Week in Review – Reporters’ Journals

In case you missed it, here is our weekly newsletter. It goes out to our subscribers on Friday at noon. You can subscribe on our newsletter subscription page.

Editor’s Note

This week, we hosted a Candidate Forum in Sandy Springs in partnership with the Sandy Springs Perimeter Chamber, WABE and Atlanta Civic Circle. Among the topics, Sandy Springs mayoral candidates discussed vaccines and city council spoke about affordable housing and diversity.

Next Tuesday, October 5th, we will be hosting a Brookhaven Candidates Forum in partnership with the Brookhaven Chamber of Commerce. Register for the virtual event here.

We have also created electoral guides for each of the communities we serve:

Additionally, in our October issues, I write about the letters I have received from the community. It has been amazing to connect with so many of you. Have a good week-end!


Where to see the fall leaves

Maybe it’s time to go on a road trip. Leaves should peak a little earlier than usual in North Carolina’s Smoky Mountains, and mid-October should provide some dazzling exposure in North Georgia. Read more.


Botica to open new location at Phipps Plaza

Botica, a Mexican and Spanish restaurant, is about to open a new location at Phipps Plaza Mall in Buckhead. Read more.


Five pop-up dining venues in Atlanta

Sam Flemming is a former social media entrepreneur, world traveler and food lover. He launched a platform to showcase pop-up food events across town. Flemming shares his top 5 places for pop-ups, including a brewery in Sandy Springs. Read more.

Here are other highlights of the week:

Atlanta Radio’s Crazy Days

Transform 285/400 to affect Dunwoody traffic

Sandy Springs to host information meetings for TSPLOST vote

State Senators Support Buckhead Cityhood Efforts

Dunwoody village buffer zone dispute resolved through rezoning

“Paint the Park” to return to Blackburn Park from Brookhaven

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