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Not all cannabidiols are created equally. Richard and Christy Roth are helping blaze a trail in North Fulton, one they hope will bring more legitimacy to the local CBD market.


Research on America’s first six months battling the coronavirus has doctors and mental health experts alarmed. It shows dramatic increases in domestic violence, substance abuse, depression, anxiety and suicidal thoughts for women.


Financial services company Deluxe Corporation is boosting the resume of the Ga. 400 corridor, adding another technology operation to list of close to 1,000 others that line the stretch.

MILTON, Ga. — Around two dozen business owners from Milton and surrounding cities gathered Sept. 1 to mark a new era for the North Fulton business community with the first event of the new Milton Business Council.

FORSYTH COUNTY, Ga. — Forsyth County businesses responded by the hundreds to a call for applications under the federal CARES Small Business Grant Relief Program, getting a thumbs-up from a top county official.

ATLANTA, Ga. — Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Georgia Properties exceeded its previous best sales month of $420 million in May of 2019 with over $500 million dollars in sales for July 2020.

ROSWELL, Ga. — North Fulton Community Charities has named Marten Jallad the new director of operations. In his role, Jallad will oversee all operations and lead the facilities management and thrift shop teams.

ROSWELL, Ga. — North Fulton Community Charities has received a $300,000 commitment from LexisNexis Risk Solutions to establish a technology lab. The lab will help support the needs of individuals in workforce readiness, career search opportunities and adult education classes.

Lockwood will oversee the North Region of District 3 which includes Milton, Sandy Springs, Roswell, Johns Creek, Alpharetta, Mountain Park and all Cherokee County municipalities. Lockwood will also serve on the GMA’s 66-member Board of Directors.


Tap & Six has joined a growing number of businesses folding under the strains of the COVID-19 pandemic and its economic impact. The family-owned craft beer market and bar, located on Oak Street, announced June 4 that it would host its last call on June 14.

Mary Lou Lanaux has recently joined Ansley Atlanta Real Estate in its Alpharetta location. Ansley Atlanta features one of the highest percentages of Million Dollar agents in the Metro Atlanta area.

The smart play for small businesses affected by the economic downturn is to pursue opportunities provided through the Small Business Administration’s expanded loan programs. That’s the word from a group of area bankers and business experts speaking at a special North Fulton Banking Forum