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Who delivers your paper?

by Ray Appen
I recently hired a new delivery person....More
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Milton's Keenan Grey named Officer of the Year

by Carolyn Aspenson
MILTON, Ga. — Each year, supervisors in the Milton Police Department recommend an officer from their team for the honor of Officer of the Year....More

Man cited, drives on closed road in Milton

Incident happened around Milton High School

MILTON, Ga. A driver was stopped July 22 in a white 1999 Pontiac Sunfire for driving around on a closed road near Milton High School, according to a Milton Police Department incident report....More
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Milton says hello to Cambridge High

Students get first look at new school in Milton, Ga.

by Jonathan Copsey
MILTON, Ga. — In a way, July 24 was the first day of school for those students headed to Cambridge High School in a few weeks....More

Transit governance legislation being mulled

Funding equity issue to be addressed later

by Matthew Quinn
ATLANTA, Ga. — Johns Creek Mayor Mike Bodker said draft legislation for a unified metro Atlanta transit agency should be available by the end of January....More
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City officials, others train as deputy registrars

Goal to get North Fulton residents engaged in community

by Matthew Quinn
ALPHARETTA, Ga. — With 40,000 unregistered voters in North Fulton, the Greater North Fulton Chamber of Commerce and the county Department of Registration and Elections board teamed up to do something about it....More
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Mayors speak after deputy registrars sworn in

State their support for more voters

by Matthew Quinn
ALPHARETTA, Ga. — After the new deputy registrars were sworn in, the mayors of five of the six North Fulton cities gave their blessing to the proceedings....More

UPDATE: Fulton mulls spending cuts, not tax increases

Budget vote slated for Jan. 18

by Matthew Quinn
FULTON COUNTY, Ga. — The Fulton County Board of Commissioners' Jan. 9 budget hearing featured possible spending cuts, but the expected presentation on a possible 0.6 mill property tax increase suggested by Commissioner Tom Lowe never materialized. ...More

Divorce - Her Law

Service of a divorce complaint

by Karen Brown Williams
Most people become alarmed when they see a Sheriff's Deputy approaching their home or their place of employment....More
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