Thursday, September 6, 2012
Chase Williams is the wife of Dick Williams, publisher of the Dunwoody Crier. She says she has resigned her editorial position with the local paper to pursue political life.
Editor's Note: Brookhaven's first elections as a city will take place on Nov. 6, 2012, with runoffs set for for Dec. 4, 2012. Brookhaven officially becomes a city on Dec. 17, at 12:01 am. Patch has contacted every candidate for mayor and city council, asking them to participate in our popular 'Five Questions With ...' series. We will publish their answers, unedited, in the order their responses are received, from those who choose to participate. And now, Five Questions With Rebecca Chase Williams, candidate for council district 1. 1. In this day and age of intense scrutiny, and especially considering the recent, hotly contested debate and vote over Brookhaven municipalization, why are you running for city council? Williams: As a …
Tuesday, March 20, 2012
Friday, February 17, 2012
The bill will now have its turn in the Senate.
Saturday, February 11, 2012
The top headlines of the week for Feb. 6-10, 2012
Romney Makes Atlanta Campaign Stop. Hundreds Attend Atlanta Board Of Education Community Meeting. Big Turnout For Brookwood Hills March. Rader Criticizes Redistricting Process In Budget Talk. Citizens Want Jonquil Planning And Zoning Hearing. State Legislators: City Of Ashford Not Final. Atlanta PD Seeking Help In Identifying East Lake Burglar. Six Flags LCI Includes Town Center, Grocery Store. The Metamorphosis Of 750 Gresham Avenue.
Saturday, February 4, 2012
The week's top headlines for January 30-February 3, 2012.
APS Redistricting: Demographers Address Inman Overcrowding. Southwest Parents To APS: Small Schools Over Closed Schools. APS Redistricting: Before New Schools, Take Stock Of Existing Facilities. Fallen APD Officers Buried In Mableton. DHS Footballers Sign Letters Of Intent. Four Seniors Celebrated At Pebblebrook's Official Signing Day. The Right To Vote On Brookhaven Cityhood Mulled By House Committee.
Friday, November 11, 2011
The day's top headlines for Friday, November 11, 2011.
DeKalb Lawmakers Discuss Brookhaven Cityhood. Local Legislators Want To Slow Cityhood Process. Oliver Weighs In On Brookhaven, DeKalb School Board. C.T. Martin Town Hall Covered Live From Old Zion Hill Baptist. Local Fitness Club Members Hit By Locker Thefts. Three-Vehicle Wreck In Decatur. Alan Chadwick Works To Make History. Marines Visit Morris Brandon For Veterans Day.
Saturday, July 2, 2011
The week's top headlines for June 27-July 1, 2011
Meet APS Candidates for Superintendent. Young Undocumented Immigrants Arrested at State Capitol. Smyrna State Rep Weighs in on Immigration Controversy. DeKalb Commission Hopes for Better Price on LaVista Property. Preschool Shooting Evidence: Fake Beard, Travel Receipts and Neighbor. Elena Parent: We Can Take Our Time With Cityhood Proposal. Druid Hills Golf Club Plays Host to 4th Dogwood Invitational. DAR Leader: Why the 4th of July is Important. Veteran, Pilot Shares His Thoughts on the 4th of July.
Thursday, June 30, 2011
The day's top headlines for Thursday, June 30, 2011
City of Brookhaven Cityhood: We Can Take Our Time. Preschool Shooting Evidence: Fake Beard, Travel Receipts and Neighbor. Meet the APS Candidates for Superintendent. Druid Hills Golf Plays Host to 45th Dogwood Invitational. DAR Leader: Why the 4th of July is Important.