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The Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office has ruled an armed robbery at Fowler Park, 4110 Carolene Way, to be fabricated. more
CUMMING, Ga. – At the July 21 Cumming City Council meeting, Mayor H. Ford Gravitt and the other council members welcomed Chuck Welch. more
FORSYTH COUNTY, Ga. – On the morning of July 17 police responded to a “domestic related shooting” off Alton Avenue. more
NORTH FULTON, Ga. - The Georgia Department of Labor announced the seasonally adjusted unemployment rate declined to 6.1 percent in June, down two-tenths of a percentage point from May. The percentage … more
The Johns Creek Veterans Association is inviting all Purple Heart recipients to join them for a Friday, Aug. 7, ceremony honoring military personnel wounded and killed in service to their country. more
The public got their first look at ideas and suggestions for the city’s 10-year recreation and parks department master plan, but the consultants could not answer how much residents are willing to pay and for what kinds of services. more
When Councilman Bob Gray used Skype to electronically attend the July 27 council workshop and City Council meeting, his fellow council members took him to task for breaking a “gentlemen’s agreement” to attend every meeting. more
Lee Brown today at 90 is a man of quiet demeanor, self-effacing with an easy smile. more
In a 3-2 vote, the Johns Creek City Council voted July 27 to maintain the same millage rate the city has always had of 4.614 mills despite the slight rise in assessed revenue this year, which means the city will have to advertise it as a tax increase. more
ALPHARETTA, Ga. -- In a unanimous vote, the Alpharetta City Council voted July 27 to allow a new development called “Windward Mill,” which would bring a large, mixed-use project to Windward … more
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