Brookhaven will become the first city in the southeast to adopt a first responder program that uses unmanned drones to respond to 911 calls, emergencies and to conduct investigations.
Brookhaven used nearly $778,000 of its federal coronavirus relief funds to pay off overdue electric bills for residents and businesses.
Drivers in Brookhaven will soon need to be even more cautious near cyclists and pedestrians because of a new law the city passed.
The oldest Black neighborhood in DeKalb County is being recognized as the first historic designation in Brookhaven.
Dogs are invited to join their owners for one last swim this weekend to cap off Brookhaven’s summer pool season.
Brookhaven is expanding its efforts to combat discrimination by establishing a commission to address race, diversity, social justice and equality.
Recent talks over the location of a new library in Brookhaven, which has been in the works since 2005, ended with the city and county still at odds. The county plans to put it in Brookhaven Park, but the city wants that space preserved so the entire park can be renovated.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the city is keeping social distancing guidelines in place at its public pools. Time blocks for pool use are in effect on a first come, first served basis.
Brookhaven officials are declaring victory following a state arbitration panel’s decision in one of the city’s annexation spats with DeKalb County, saying a large new development near the intersection of North Druid Hills and Briarcliff roads will now move forward.
With the coronavirus pandemic still placing a hold on large, in-person gatherings, the city of Brookhaven’s Parks and Recreation department hopes to offer residents some virtual recreation during the month of September.