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The Cumming City Council approved 4-1, with Councilman Christopher Light abstaining due to conflict of interest, a site plan for the development of a townhome community of 261 units on approximately 42 acres. more
Construction workers and school staff have been hard at work all summer getting the county’s high schools ready for the first day of school Aug. 4. more
The Forsyth County Board of Commissioners voted July 21 to maintain the county’s millage rates with no change. more
Two republicans vying for the District 5 Board of Commissioners seat were the only two candidates on the ballot for the July 26 primary runoff election. more
Just a few weeks after Cherry Street Taproom received its beer to-go license from Forsyth County, the brewery is booming. more
PEMBROKE, Ga. - The driver of the tractor-trailer that killed five Georgia Southern University coeds including a Johns Creek woman has pleaded guilty to five counts of vehicular homicide and four … more
JOHNS CREEK, Ga. — In the aftermath of a fatal attack on police officers in Dallas, Texas, three local teens set out to remind local law enforcement that they are valued in their … more
JOHNS CREEK, Ga. – The St. Brigid Catholic Church Knights of Columbus deemed it their duty as a Fourth Degree Assembly to join Gov. Nathan Deal in honoring members of their congregation who wore … more
ROSWELL, Ga. – In the summer of 1864, the great Civil War had come to the gates of Roswell. And having arrived, Union commander William T. Sherman decided it was time the civilians of the South … more
ROSWELL, Ga. – Roger Wise Jr. has been a Rotarian for several decades now, but he probably has more “make-up” Rotarian lunches than anyone else in the Rotary Club of Roswell. That is simply … more
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