Dunwoody Crier Publisher Hans Appen recently went door to door in Dunwoody promoting the newspaper's Best of Perimeter contest.
I said farewell to my dog Milly this week. Losing a pet is always hard to process, but this felt like more than that.
Random acts of donuts: One local 3-year-old is looking to bring smiles to faces, one donut at a time. He is my son, and he goes by "The Donut Man."
Publisher Hans Appen opines that what District 21 needs is the Brandon Beach it elected, not the one wrapped up in election conspiracies.
I cannot escape my feelings of resentment for what we went through as a country in 2020: the pandemic, the downturn in the economy, the political unrest — so many heavy burdens.
Two weeks ago, we published a letter to the editor from a reader in response to Ray Appen’s column “Should we save local journalism? Do we care?” In it, Ray, our company’s founder and longtime publisher, muses about what role local news plays in our lives and wonders where anger for the pres…
Alpharetta’s City Council has recently shown a propensity to protect its citizens from themselves.