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West Forsyth High School student, Kendall Chamberlain, has been selected as one of only two students to represent the state of Georgia as a delegate to the United States Senate Youth Program, or USSYP, to be held in Washington, D.C. March 3-10, 2018. more
At their meeting on December 21, the Forsyth County Board of Commissioners presented resolutions commending three county students for attaining the rank of Eagle Scout. more
A barrage of musical styling, ranging from Bluegrass and Folk to Rock and Classical, will come together in eclectic fusions during performances by two rising musical groups at the Cumming Playhouse in January. more
Now that the holidays are over, residents may be wondering what to do with their trees. more
As the recently elected, new mayor of the City of Cumming, looking ahead to 2018 is an especially exciting prospect for me. more
In my heart of hearts, I want Alpharetta to be unequivocally home for the families that live here. But, it won’t happen by accident. I saw a video online recently. It involved a painter making … more
Neighbors, Happy New Year to all! Another year is complete and so much has happened both within our exceptional city and in surrounding cities and counties as well. As this rapid pace continues, … more
With each New Year, I am reminded by the endless possibilities for my family, the Milton community and our nation as a whole. This year is certainly no different, and I’m particularly excited about … more
Forsyth County’s tag line is “Your Community. Your Future.” more
NORTH FULTON, Ga. – Thousands of Fulton County residents turned out for public meetings in May to wage war against revised property assessments that increased home values by as much as 50 percent … more
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