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When the Fulton County Commission in a split vote ended its contract with Cauley Creek Water Reclamation Facility Sept. 9, 2012, they hailed it as a cost savings move. Now, it is not looking at such a good deal. more
A potential new indoor skydiving business at the corner of Mansell Road and North Point Parkway did not receive a glowing recommendation from the Alpharetta City Council Feb. 24. However, the item was not outright denied. Instead, it was tabled until a future meeting. more
Johns Creek looked not only outside the box but outside the county to find a solution for where to put its public safety radio tower – in Forsyth County. more
While North Fulton is in the midst of its largest development boom since the 2008 recession, some people are starting to take a hard look at whether there will be enough sewage capacity to keep the boom going in the future. more
An Alpharetta resident was hacked to death Feb. 27 while overseas, allegedly for his blogging that was critical of religious extremism. more
Autrey Mill Unplugged is so very happy to welcome very talented local singer/songwriter and teller of wonderful stories, Kathy Reed, to our third Unplugged concert on Saturday, March 28. Kathy’s … more
After more than a decade of cleanup, Providence Park may soon belong to the city of Milton. more
In a weekend sting, Johns Creek police report arresting 15 people in connection with prostitution and pimping. more
Johns Creek’s plan to designate a 25-acre site near Medlock Bridge and McGinnis Ferry roads as a business district runs counter to recent efforts by cities to grow their economies. more
U.S. Representative Rob Woodall said Feb. 24 in reaction to the presidential veto of S. 1, authorizing construction of the Keystone XL pipeline, “by vetoing the Keystone XL pipeline authorization today, President Obama said “no” to the American people; as well as to the jobs, energy security and reduction in daily living costs that the bill would provide.” more
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