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Rambo was living outside until he was brought to the Humane Society of Forsyth County. He’s more
Look at these adorable faces. Bow and Arrow are almost 1 year old pointer/lab mixes. more
Local kindergarten through fifth-grade students learned about dental care during a summer camp sponsored by Mentor Me North Georgia. The camp is a part of the many fun and educational activities that Mentor Me sponsors throughout the year. more
Alpharetta High School will hold Friday night’s “Pink Out” football game against South Forsyth High School on Oct. 24 at 7 p.m. at AHS, 3595 Webb Bridge Road. more
There’s a lack of local government representation, a growing number of south Forsyth residents are saying. But what are the alternatives? more
There’s a spooky race taking place this weekend in Forsyth. more
More than 800 people joined the Teal Trot 5K walk/run at Sanctuary Park in Alpharetta Sept. 27 to raise more than $120,000 for the Georgia Ovarian Cancer Alliance. more
As a tornado touched down early Oct. 14 in North Fulton, traveling along a 7.5-mile path that would take it through Alpharetta and into East Cobb County, many Alpharetta residents were awakened not by sirens, but generally by howling winds and flying debris. more
The city of Milton obtained its National Wildlife Federation Community Wildlife Habitat certification in September 2013. more
A field staffer and up-and-coming strategist for the Georgia Republican Party died in an accident along Ga. 400 near Interstate 285 in Sandy Springs. Maret “Mack” Burgess, 25, of Roswell, died in the two-car, rollover accident about 1:20 p.m. Oct. 14, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. more
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