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The City of Dunwoody wants to know how we can best fill the Senior Housing need for those who want to stay local.

I have requested our City Manager to see if a member of staff can attend to discover best practices for providing housing to our seniors who want to stay in Dunwoody.

L.A. trash agency ordered to clear backlog of illegal dumping complaints

The Los Angeles Bureau of Sanitation is being ordered to clear a backlog of tens of thousands of outstanding requests dating back to 2010 to clean up illegally dumped trash.

Journalist confesses to spreading false information about stock market, netizens call him 'scapegoat'

3 hours agoChina / Shanghai : Shanghaiist

Yesterday Caijing journalist Wang Xiaolu confessed on live television to spreading false information which led to stock market volatility, but many think he's merely a scapegoat. [ more › ]

Police union vote reveals 'no confidence' in Chief Lanier

In an online vote hosted by the the Fraternal Order of Police labor union, more that 1,100 officers expressed a lack of confidence in Police Chief Cathy L. Lanier's ability to keep residents safe in the District.

ATT Uverse #Gigapower Fiber Internet is coming to Dunwoody, GA

Above is an internet speed test from AT&T's UVerse Gigapower fiber internet service that is about to be released in Dunwoody to both residential and business customers. In case you are not aware, it is quite fast and I dare you to test your speed compared to that shown above. Show More Summary

Garcetti says housing all homeless vets won't happen this year

Mayor Eric Garcetti has backed off his pledge to get every homeless veteran off city streets by the end of this year, his spokeswoman said Monday.

Human remains found in Santa Clarita riverbed

Human remains were found Monday in the Santa Clara River in Santa Clarita, authorities said.

Random Shot: Isabelle Yates in ‘Axis Powers’

Snapped this photo last week during filming outside the Los Angeles Theatre.

Funeral arrangements for former Md. governor Mandel

Former Maryland governor Marvin Mandel, whose career ended with his conviction on mail fraud and racketeering charges, died at age 95 on Sunday. Mandel's body will lie in repose Wednesday at the Maryland State House.

13-year-old girl shot in D.C. awake and talking

Family of 13-year-old Taije Chambliss say the teen is awake and alert after being shot on Sunday during a drive-by shooting in Southwest Washington. Police are searching for a blue sedan in connection with the incident.

Large Blast Reported in Chinese City

A large blast ripped through a chemical-focused industrial zone in northeast China, less than a month after a chemical explosion killed more than 150 people in another city.

Savage Love Letter of the Day: Say the Right Thing

4 hours agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

Background: an early-twenty-something cousin of mine came out to me over a meal a few months ago. The discomfort around the uncharted territory of coming out was apparent in both our behaviours. I think his exact words were, “Oh, so…...Show More Summary

The Food Gods Hit Rockefeller Center for Citymeals-on-Wheels

Honoree Jonathan Waxman at Cheftopia: The 30th Annual Chefs' Tribute to Citymeals-on-Wheels. Take fifty chefs, many of them food gods, and line both the first and second floors of Rockefeller Center with tasting tables and their bounty...Show More Summary

Let's Talk Heartbreak

The Author is Present - Lodro Rinzler at ABC Carpet & Home from Lodro on Vimeo. The thing about heartbreak is that it's a devastating but very honest emotion. Try to name another that straight up tells you what it feels like. With heartbreak...Show More Summary

The LA drug education of Oliver Sacks

In Topanga Canyon in 1963, even the doctors got stoned and took acid. Plus: Sacks in the most colorful green room in town.

L.A. County prosecutors probe L.A. Unified's food services for possible violations

Prosecutors are reviewing the results of the L.A. Unified school district's confidential investigation into its food services division for possible  violations, the Los Angeles County district attorney's office said Monday.

Day Around The Bay: New Law Could 'Radically' Change Who Gets Affordable Housing

More on the Super Bowl plan for the homeless, Academy of Art president responds, and the City's first Human Trafficking Report released. [ more › ]

2 men to stand trial in fatal shooting of 4-year-old boy in Highland

A San Bernardino County Superior Court judge on Monday ordered two men to stand trial for the killing of a 4-year-old boy who was shot and killed in July while playing in his grandmother's yard.

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