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ALPHARETTA, Ga. – For the past 63 years, Alpharetta has been the site of an annual parade honoring those who have fought for their country. This year was no different, as crowds of North Fulton … more
ROSWELL, Ga.— The Fulton County School System’s realignment of Thomas Drive, which was initially expected to be completed by late July, is now slated for completion by Aug. 7, weather permitting. … more
ALPHARETTA, Ga. – Those waiting for Alpharetta’s moratorium on cell towers to end will have to wait a few weeks longer. It was extended until Aug. 17. more
Alpharetta is the best city in the nation to start a business, according to recent numbers from NerdWallet. more
The new Forsyth County Jail, 100 Courthouse Square, is within 30 days of completion, according to Joe Lee, project manager. more
New crayons, lunchboxes galore, the infamous bell — it’s time to go back to school. Forsyth County Schools starts its 2015-2016 school year Thursday, Aug. 6. more
An update given on August 2 through the family's Facebook page read, "[Ammon] has come out of the induced coma. He is awake, alert and responsive. He is able to move his left arm and leg but struggling with the right side. He has a tracheotomy and is unable to speak. As a result of Ammon’s strength, the excellent care of his doctors and nurses and the countless prayers that all of you have offered, we have made it through the first of many phases that lay ahead of us." more
The Collection at Forsyth, an outdoor shopping mall, could soon be adding housing to its complex. The Board of Commissioners heard from Ethan Underwood, an attorney with Miles, Hansford and Tallant, as he gave a presentation on The Collection Expansion Initiative. more
ALPHARETTA, Ga. – Alpharetta’s new public library opened July 30 amid all the fanfare one would expect. The new, 25,000-square-foot building is two stories tall and sits alongside the new … more
JOHNS CREEK, Ga. – The Johns Creek City Council unanimously agreed to fund the 2015 arts grants that were approved by the city’s arts grants committee and were already in the budget, but they … more
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