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Now that the holidays are over, residents may be wondering what to do with their trees. more
As the recently elected, new mayor of the City of Cumming, looking ahead to 2018 is an especially exciting prospect for me. more
ALPHARETTA, Ga. — City leaders in Alpharetta are exploring ways to add to and improve amenities at the Wills Park Equestrian Center by partnering with local organizations. At a recent City … more
ALPHARETTA, Ga. — Alpharetta City Councilman Jim Gilvin has announced his candidacy in the 2018 mayor’s race. A two-term council member, Gilvin is running to replace Mayor David Belle Isle, … more
Neighbors, Happy New Year to all! Another year is complete and so much has happened both within our exceptional city and in surrounding cities and counties as well. As this rapid pace continues, … more
Forsyth County’s tag line is “Your Community. Your Future.” more
CUMMING, Ga. — The long awaited widening of Ga. 400 southbound opened Dec. 22 just in time for holiday traveling. The newly widened portion will open between Ga. 141 and McFarland Parkway. … more
CUMMING, Ga. — Mayor H. Ford Gravitt closed the books on his leadership over the city of Cumming at his final City Council meeting Dec. 19. Gravitt has held the position of mayor since 1971 and … more
JOHNS CREEK, Ga. – The Johns Creek Public Works Department recently finished its third round of a four-year program to repave its neighborhood streets. Repaving crews resurfaced 22.76 miles of … more
JOHNS CREEK, Ga. – John Bradberry, a small business owner and community activist, won the Post 3 seat on the Johns Creek City Council. Bradberry defeated challenger Vicki Horton in the Dec. 5 … more
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