Dunwoody Launches 'Let's Do Lunch' CampaignDunwoody Mayor Lynn Deutsch launched a Let’s Do Lunch Campaign to encourage the public to support local restaurants during lunchtime.
Volunteers Invited To Join Virtual Community CleanupVolunteers invited to join virtual community cleanup.
Public Input Sought On Future Of Former Austin School SiteDunwoody Parks & Recreation is seeking guidance from residents on park options and funding sources.
Dunwoody Provides Not-For-Profit Grants Using CARES FundingDunwoody provides not-for-profit grants using CARES funding.
Dunwoody Municipal Court To Offer Amnesty In OctoberDunwoody Municipal Court to offer amnesty in October.
'I'm Still A Little Bit Shook': Dunwoody Woman Survives Falling TreeA Dunwoody woman is counting her blessings, after a tree came crashing down on her car while she was driving.
Storm Damage In Metro Atlanta: Remnants Of Hurricane Sally Cause Downed Trees, FloodingHurricane Sally became a tropical depression, but it still packed a punch here in Metro Atlanta, snapping trees and snatching down power lines.
Dunwoody Hand Delivers 'Everything Will Be OK' Yard Signs With Profits Supporting Local Artists And Art TeachersThe public art nonprofit Create Dunwoody has teamed up with sign company Custom Signs Today to create and deliver yard signs that say "Everything will be OK."
Father Killed In Front Of Son's School