In response to mounting pressure from citizens, Johns Creek has launched its most thorough assessment of the city’s stormwater system to date, but the City Council still faces a decision on how to tackle stormwater infrastructure on private property.
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GEORGIA — Constituents who have been blocked from interacting on social media sites by their elected officials may have a bit of relief coming.
Marijuana's Hazy Boundaries
NORTH FULTON/FORSYTH COUNTY, Ga. — The consequences of being found in possession of a small amount of marijuana during a traffic stop can depend a lot on where you’re stopped.
NORTH ATLANTA, Ga. — Lawmakers at the state and federal levels have tackled the issues concerning marijuana for over a century.
NORTH FULTON/FORSYTH COUNTY, Ga. — Marijuana – and people’s perception of the plant – has changed since it first found footing in the international market more than 100 years ago.
NORTH FULTON, Ga. — If “it takes a village to raise a child,” those without traditional support systems can face a real challenge.
We live in a blessed and affluent community. But not too far below the surface, there is an invisible population of people struggling with homelessness. Whether we choose to avert our eyes, or these unfortunates are able to swim just below the surface, we don’t see them either by choice or o…
NORTH FULTON, Ga. — The dean of Grady College, the University of Georgia’s School of Journalism, says recent trends to trim newsrooms is inviting government corruption.
Brian Pritchard is a citizen journalist who started Fetch Your News in November of 2010. The online news platform has been up for seven years.
Since the beginning of the internet, political blogs have informed readers about government and politics in a more free-form format than traditional news sources.
ALPHARETTA, Ga. — Alpharetta-based LexisNexis recently agreed to pay over $1.2 million in back pay and interest to 211 female employees after apparent pay discrimination.
NORTH FULTON, Ga. — Residents with a “green” mindset face the prospect of shelling out more of their own green to practice what they preach.
MILTON, Ga. — Because local recycling processors no longer accept glass, the city of Milton removed glass from the list of materials haulers are required to recycle.
MILTON — A Milton group is questioning how legislation expanding a City Council district in 2015 to include a sitting council member’s residence passed the Georgia Legislature without discussion by the City Council in an open meeting.