Category: Sandy Springs

Cause Of Death Released For Sandy Springs Man Found In River

SANDY SPRINGS, GA — The Fulton County Medical Examiner’s Office has released the cause and manner of death for the 78-year-old Sandy Springs resident whose body was recovered from the Chattahoochee River. An investigator with the agency told Patch that Larry Cavanaugh died by drowning and his manner of death was determined to be suicide. […]

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Million-dollar homes and gardens

Price: $1.5 million Bedrooms: 6 Baths: 6 2 halfs Square feet: 7,357 Description: This custom house was built in 1974, and the original owners have maintained it in pristine condition. The interior has large rooms — and lots of them. There’s a formal dining room that seats at least 12, a family room, breakfast room […]

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Upcoming Events Around Sandy Springs

SANDY SPRINGS, GA — Looking for something to do this weekend? Patch has got you covered. We post local events regularly to help fill your schedule. Did we miss something? You can let us know or add the event yourself! It only takes a few minutes. Thursday, February 1 at 7:00 pm From Mt. Vernon […]

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Milteer, Reichel battling for Sandy Springs Dist. 4 seat

Le’Dor Milteer and Jody Reichel are battling for the open District 4 seat on the Sandy Springs City Council in the Nov. 7 nonpartisan election. Incumbent Gabriel Sterling is running for the Fulton County Board of Commissioners’ chair’s post. Both candidates are running for office for the first time. Milteer, a journalist, said she wants […]

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North end redevelopment, water system battle on Sandy Springs retreat agenda

A push for north end redevelopment and better ways to plug the city’s leaky water system are main topics on the Sandy Springs City Council’s annual retreat, scheduled for Tuesday, Jan. 23. The daylong meeting — scheduled to start at 8 a.m. at Lost Corner Preserve, 7300 Brandon Mill Road – is where Mayor Rusty […]

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