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A panel that was to decide the possible impeachment of Councilman Rupert Sexton instead advised the City Council to punt the issue to the Georgia attorney general. more
A city of Cumming investigatory panel met Jan. 13 to assess impeachment allegations against Councilman Rupert Sexton. more
North Fulton voters are encouraged to cast their ballots early for the Feb. 3 special election runoff for State House District 50. more
A personal care facility totaling almost 258,000 square feet is planned for the Johns Creek side of Nesbit Ferry Road, but nearby residents are leery of such a large project in front of their subdivisions. more
The Johns Creek Arts Center recently received a grant from the city of Johns Creek to host a February festival, “Celebrating the African American Presence.” more
Two years ago, Fulton County severed its contract with Johns Creek’s Cauley Creek Water Reclamation, saying the county would save millions. Now, it doesn’t seem to be such a good idea. more
Greater North Fulton Chamber of Commerce President Brandon Beach said as an economic developer in North Fulton, he would like to see Fulton County and the Cauley Creek Water Reclamation Facility join forces again. more
Wade Chandler has a business degree and a love of the outdoors. So when the opportunity to become the next executive director of Autrey Mill Nature Preserve and Historic Preservation Center came along, he took it. more
Studio Movie Grill in Alpharetta will host the U.S. premier of the film “Maya the Bee Movie.” The film, which has already premiered in much of Western Europe, is an adaptation of Waldemar Bonsels’ 1912 children’s novel, “The Adventures of Maya the Bee.” more
Georgia Ensemble Theatre (GET) opens the New Year with the romantic comic romp “One Slight Hitch” by Lewis Black, best known for his epic rants on “The Daily Show.” more
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