Appen Media Group plans to assume control of the Dunwoody Crier (Georgia) from Publisher Dick Williams, the paper reported

Appen publishes the Alpharetta-Roswell Herald, Johns Creek Herald, Forsyth Herald, Milton Herald and Northside Woman.

Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

“The Crier will continue to serve Dunwoody under the leadership of longtime General Manager Jim Hart and with the additional resources of AMG and the Herald Newspapers,” Williams said. “Our veteran reporters will continue their work.”

The weekly paper goes to 18,000 households.

“We are thrilled at the opportunity to welcome The Crier into the Appen Media fold and build on the 42 years of community-based news we have come to expect from Dick and his family of reporters,” said Hans Appen, president of AMG.

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