Grocery-anchored Sandy Springs project could replace apartments, displace historic cemetery

A gigantic, grocery-anchored development proposed at Roswell and Pitts roads in Sandy Springs would demolish hundreds of existing apartments, clear a 19-acre woodland and possibly displace a historic cemetery where members of one of the city’s founding families were laid to rest. One descendent of that historic Power family is fighting the concept and calling […]

2016 Sandy Springs Festival to Feature Local Amateur and Professional Talent

Heritage Sandy Springs will present the 31st Annual Sandy Springs Festival on Saturday, September 17 and Sunday, September 18. The Festival offers two exciting days of art, live music, cultural performances, a pet parade, silent auction, chalk art competition, 10K and 5K races, children’s rides, gourmet and festival food options, and much more. As the […]

Voters Guide for Sandy Springs runoff: New questions for the two candidates remaining for the District 3 seat on City Council

Banker Chris Burnett and airline pilot Joe Houseman meet June 21 in a special runoff election to choose a Sandy Springs City Councilmember to represent District 3. They were the top two finishers among the five candidates in the May 24 special election. For a special runoff Voters Guide, the Sandy Springs Reporter asked the […]