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Lit!

Next time, you drive through Emory Village at night, it will be hard to miss the sign marking the entrance to the village and its signature gathering place.


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Happy Trails

The idea for improvement in the Peavine Creek trail began at the Emory Village Alliance Open Streets festival.


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Open Streets 2016: Picture Perfect!

The bands played, the drummers drummed, kids of all ages paraded in their Halloween best…and photographer Lisa Hill captured all that and more during the Fourth Annual Open Streets Emory Village.


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Dogs (and a Pig) Add Howl-o-ween Chic to Open Streets

Two Batmans, Robin Hood and a pig in wolf’s clothing competed in Emory Open Street’s Howl-o-ween dog costume contest last Sunday.


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Thanks to Open Streets Supporters—They Made It Happen!

Open Streets Emory Village is a collaboration of more than two dozen businesses, groups and individuals. Please let them know how much you appreciate their support.


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Keeping Village Trees in Good Shape

When neighbors recently expressed concern about a “middle-aged man hacking away” at the trees in Emory Village, landscape architect Todd Hill said his time was well spent pruning the Amur Maples.


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Double Zero Opens

The latest addition to the Emory Village dining scene drew crowds last week when it opened at its new home at 1577 North Decatur Road.


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Jimmy John’s Replacing Gas Station

The transformation of the long-vacant Chevron Station began this week to make way for the opening of Jimmy John’s Gourmet Sandwiches.


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