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Memorial Day launched the summer season for Lake Lanier. April’s heavy rains have buoyed the business climate around the lake. more
Georgia’s job numbers improved in 2014, but those jobs aren’t producing the consumer purchasing power they once did, according to Rajeev Dhawan of the Economic Forecasting Center at Georgia State University’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business. more
Mayor Joe Lockwood announced an initiative to preserve the greenspace and rural character in Milton at the City Council meeting Monday, May 18. more
On Monday, May 4, Barbara Luth, Mandi Smith, Betsy Brown and Kathy Howard were honored for their bravery and dedication at the annual meeting of the Georgia Election Officials Association in Savannah, Ga. more
May 5 was a victory for suicide prevention in Georgia after Governor Nathan Deal signed the House Bill 198 into law. It’s the Jason Flatt Act of Georgia. more
Expansion of the Big Creek Greenway that runs through Forsyth County will be getting a new design. more
Advanced voting for the city of Cumming special election runs May 26 to June 12 at Cumming City Hall. more
Following Councilman Rupert Sexton’s retirement, the Cumming City Council brought to an end May 19 its impeachment investigation against him, which began in December 2014. more
American flags filled the Avenue of Flags at the city of Cumming’s Memorial Day ceremony May 22 for the 20th year. more
The city of Milton held the first of a series of public meetings inviting community members to shape discussions on conservation subdivisions Wednesday, May 20. more
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