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For the first time in history, a college baseball player is organizing a climb to summit Mount Everest, the tallest mountain in the world at 29,035 feet. If Cadet Harold Earls of the U.S. … more
For the first time in history, a college baseball player is organizing a climb to summit Mount Everest, the tallest mountain in the world at 29,035 feet. If Cadet Harold Earls of the U.S. … more
As part of ongoing efforts to provide education to the public about water and sewer resources and conservation efforts, the City of Cumming Department of Utilities recently distributed informational brochures and letters to a large south Forsyth subdivision. more
MARTA is pushing ahead with extending services north of the Chattahoochee River, clear up Ga. 400 to Windward Parkway. more
The Milton City Council approved to extend a moratorium on land disturbance permits for all residential areas at their meeting April 13. The moratorium is in effect for 90 days, starting April 20. more
Concerned citizens, builders and commissioners all gathered April 15 to discuss the rezoning for a potential neighborhood on Campground Road and Wills Road in southwest Forsyth County. more
Things are starting to move along for county road projects, after commissioners paved the way to issue the first $100 million in transportation bonds. more
ROSWELL, Ga. – An 18-year-old Roswell High School senior was killed April 19 in an early-morning car crash. more
Press Release: April 19, 2015 UPSHAW HOUSE 212 Canton Street In 1925 this Craftsman style cottage was built for Teasley and Ruth Summerour Upshaw. The simple two-bedroom one … more
On Friday, April 10, Nathanael Williams was recognized by Georgia Perimeter College as a Science Technology Engineering Mathematics (STEM) Student Scholar in a ceremony held on the Clarkston campus … more
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