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Fall is that time of year that people seem to have the most announcements they would like to get in the newspaper. So I am going to tell you how easy it can be if you know the shortcuts. more
Oct. 23: Candidate forum (Johns Creek High) Oct. 24-25: Spooky Mill (Autrey Mill Nature Preserve) Oct. 25-26: Johns Creek Arts Festival Nov. 5: School redistricting meeting No. 2 Nov. 6: … more
In conjunction with the 20th anniversary of the Georgia Department of Transportation’s enormously popular Highway Emergency Response Operators program, the 93 current HERO operators and supervisors wore new uniforms on Oct. 14. more
Johns Creek is a city with many advantages. It has one of the highest average per capita incomes in the state and is the No. 1 place to find a new job, according to one source. It also has some of the finest schools and best-paying jobs in Georgia. more
Four days of events and fanfare in late October will mark the grand opening of Avalon, the unique $600 million mixed-use development in Alpharetta. more
Thursday, Oct. 30 9 a.m. – 10 a.m.: Opening ceremonies 10 a.m. – 9 p.m.: Avalon Open House featuring special events within retailers and restaurants Noon – 6 p.m.: Singer-songwriter … more
Tony Bennett’s hit song just about matches the way North American Properties Managing Partner Mark Toro feels about stepping out with his “baby.” The long-awaited Avalon grand opening is drawing nigh. more
The Wire & Wood Songwriters Festival filled downtown Alpharetta with music, people and good times. more
State Senate Pro Tem David Shafer, R-48, said the state’s new zero-base budgeting should lead to a leaner Georgia and a more painless way to cut fat. more
This year’s Roswell Rotary Club has broken its fundraising record, the group announced at their Oct. 9 meeting. more
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