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FEB. 21 — MARCH 6, 2014 • VOL. 5 — NO. 4
Dunwoody dads create father-child ‘bucket list’ AROUND TOWN 5
Wait, what’s that in the sky?
Hidden gems ‘Phoenix Flies’ features historic places OUT & ABOUT 14
High school students, teachers shine brightly EDUCATION 16-17
Attention, kids North Springs senior wants theater to appeal to young
Brayden Watt, 6, left, sets his sights on any birds that might be in front of him as Eddie Morales, 7, goes in a different direction during the 17th annual Great Backyard Bird Count at Dunwoody Nature Center on Feb. 15. Volunteers helped track bird species and their migration.
STANDOUT STUDENT 18
Church owner seeks to rezone property
Nonprofit promotes adopting shelter animals
BY JOE EARLE
Find out where crime is happening in your city PUBLIC SAFETY 21
BY MELISSA WEINMAN
The owner of a Roberts Road church building is asking that the property be rezoned so it can continue to be used as a church and a preschool. “All we’re trying to do is get it to where we can use the building ...,” said John Dryman, manager of Headman Investments LLC, which is seeking the rezoning. “We’re not trying to change any-
If you ask Rebecca Guinn, metro Atlanta has come a long way since 2002. Twelve years ago, Guinn called county animal control oﬃcials after she noticed a dog that had gotten its paw stuck in a fence. The dog was taken to the county shelter and Guinn learned that it would only have five days before it would be killed if its owner
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