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Former City Councilman Brad Raffensperger, now candidate for House District 50 in the General Assembly, said he is running because he thinks he can do a lot for the people of the 50th District and Johns Creek, which makes up most of the district. more
For Sharon Franklin, Christmas comes early – very early. Like about the day after Halloween. That’s because Franklin has a special talent that is sought after by some very special clients. more
The Alpharetta Police Explorers returned home Saturday, Nov. 15, with a victory in the third annual Police Explorer Competition in Snellville. They also learned a valuable safety lesson for law enforcement. more
The Alpharetta Police Athletic League (PAL) will sponsor the 16th annual “Shop with a Cop” event on Tuesday, Dec. 9 at 6 p.m. Once again, the Walmart at 5200 Windward Parkway has agreed to host this heart-warming event. more
The Alpharetta City Council unanimously approved allowing the expansion of a Hindu temple on Cumming Street. more
The Johns Creek Zoning Task Force, created by the City Council to review the zoning process, had recommendations adopted including the fast-tracking of development projects that would be economically beneficial to the city when time is of the essence. more
The 15h Annual Men of Saint Brigid Christmas Tree Lot will open Friday, Nov. 28, at 10 a.m. The tree lot is at Saint Brigid Catholic Church, 3400 Old Alabama Road, Johns Creek, in the back of the parking lot. more
The Michael O’Neal Singers chorus will present Dec. 7 “A John Rutter Christmas” at Roswell United Methodist Church. more
The traditional tree and dreidel lightings at Johns Creek City Hall are set for Monday, Dec. 1, and will see new additions including an early appearance by Santa. more
While the Johns Creek Mayor and City Council mull whether to spend the $200,000 cost of a Special Election to fill two vacant council seats, the city is awash with $34 million in cash on hand. That is a question they will have to decide, but there is no timetable for them to act. more
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