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Milton City Council moved to withdraw a consideration to make the Crabapple Historic District an official historic district for the city. more
JOHNS CREEK, Ga. — Live entertainment, a large food court and a creative kids’ zone brought families from Johns Creek and surrounding areas out to the Atlanta Athletic Club Oct. 25-26 for the … more
A fire gutted a house on Waters Bend Way in Johns Creek, but the family was awakened by smoke detectors and escaped unharmed. more
On a sunny morning Saturday, Oct. 25, schoolchildren and volunteers picked their way among the gravestones at the Old Roswell Cemetery on Woodstock Road. It was a fitting activity for Halloween-time. more
A 36-home residential development that straddles Coleman Road and Ga. 120 (Marietta Highway) could not muster the support of the Roswell Planning Commission Oct. 21 and received a 4-2 vote for denial, saying the project was too dense. more
Robert “Bob” Montigel is the owner of Biggs Building Products in Suwanee. He says a new kind of fiscal conservative is needed in Washington, and he is the man for the job. more
Marjean Birt could be called the matriarch of North Fulton. Many organizations in the area bear her mark; politicians come to her for advice and she even has a street named after her in Alpharetta. more
U.S. Rep. Tom Price, R-Ga., is running for his fifth term in Congress representing Georgia’s 6th Congressional District, having previously served as a state senator from Roswell in the General Assembly where he rose to be Senate majority leader. more
Rep. Lynne Riley, R-Johns Creek, who is seeking her third term for State House District 50, faces Democratic challenger Paul Troop, a retired business and public relations journalist, in the Nov. 4 election. more
The Roswell United Methodist Church Women’s Ministry invites all women in the community to An Afternoon with Angela Thomas on Saturday, Nov. 1, at 1 p.m. in the RUMC Chapel. more
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