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CUMMING, Ga. — John Rife, a former prosecutor and leading Atlanta-area private practice attorney, has announced that he is running to be the Forsyth County State Judge - challenging Leslie … more
MILTON, Ga.— The Milton City Council has endorsed a blueprint for future development within the Crabapple District, one of the city’s most valued downtown areas. By unanimous vote, city … more
FORSYTH COUNTY, Ga.— Holbrook Road, at the intersection of Holbrook Road and Burnt Bridge Road, located in northeast Forsyth County, will be temporarily closed to through traffic beginning Monday, … more
MILTON, Ga. — Milton has extended its qualifying period for District 3, Post 1 on City Council after no one qualified for the seat by the Friday, Aug. 25 deadline. The seat is currently held by Joe … more
FORSYTH COUNTY, Ga. — Only one person qualified for the open District 2 Forsyth County Board of Commissioners seat which will be filled later this year. Dennis Brown, a retired U.S. Army … more
FORSYTH COUNTY, Ga. — An error discovered in the 2017 Forsyth County budget has revealed the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office is facing a $500,000 shortfall. Sheriff’s Office Maj. Tom Patton … more
ALPHARETTA, Ga. – Only one thing brought North Fulton leaders, educators and law enforcement officers to the Greater North Fulton Chamber of Commerce offices May 25 – heroin addiction in … more
The City of Cumming will hold a municipal election on Tuesday, Nov. 7 for the offices of Mayor and City Council Posts one and two. more
FORSYTH COUNTY, Ga. — To ensure the public will be able to attend participation meetings, the Forsyth County Commission is working to establish scheduling standards. The board voted to move … more
ROSWELL, Ga. — Fans of Roswell’s parks have another reason to brag. After seven years in the running, Roswell’s Recreation and Parks Department has finally taken home the gold in a national … more
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