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Drivers in Roswell are advised of two events taking place this Saturday, March 28, that might affect their commute: The 4th Annual Hembree Runs Wild 5K/1K and the Roswell Beer Festival. more
Walking along a path through the woods, past fields and over creeks, the people of Birmingham United Methodist Church walked the walk for water March 21. more
Alpharetta High School junior Josh Seides began instructing his grandparents, who live in New York, on how to use modern technology to stay in touch. more
Taste of Alpharetta has been selected as a Top 20 Event in the southeast by the Southeast Tourism Society (STS) for the month of May. more
The City of Roswell is beginning the process of redesigning its website (roswellgov.com) and is urging residents, visitors, businesses and other users to provide their input via a survey. more
A Johns Creek resident died March 9 after her home caught fire. Her home did not have working smoke detectors. more
On March 12, Habitat North Central Georgia held a dedication ceremony for Kaveh and Sanaz Torabzadeh and their two children; Danial, 6, and Dorsa, who just turned one. more
The city of Alpharetta has promoted Kathi Cook, a 23-year veteran of the organization, to lead its community development department. more
When the founders of Roswell died, many of them were interred in what came to be known as the Founders Cemetery. After years of neglect, the cemetery has recently been spruced up thanks to the Roswell Woman’s Club and the city. more
The Webelo Scouts of Pack 1459 have crossed over to Boy Scout Troop 429 (Alpharetta Presbyterian) and Troop 69 (Alpharetta Methodist). Pack 1459 meets at St. Aidan’s Episcopal in Alpharetta. more
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