NORTH METRO ATLANTA — Local childcare facilities are feeling the crunch as thousands of parents are now working remotely and opting to keep their kids at home during the coronavirus pandemic. With enrollment numbers in freefall and safety concerns for teachers, kids and their families, many …
ALPHARETTA, Ga. — North Fulton cities may want to relax from what has become an almost weekly routine of enacting new policies to arrest the spread of the deadly coronavirus.
ATLANTA, Ga. — Fulton County Commission Chairman Robb Pitts called on officials in all 15 cities in the county to coordinate and adopt a baseline of regulations to help arrest the spread of the deadly coronavirus.
JOHNS CREEK, Ga. — The rapid spread of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, throughout America has strained every facet of the healthcare system, including mental health providers.
METRO ATLANTA, Ga. — Now more than three weeks into the coronavirus spread in Georgia, area hospitals are beginning to see greater numbers of patients, according to state health officials.
NORTH GEORGIA — The restaurant industry, one of the hardest hit sectors in the COVID-19 pandemic, is being forced to lay off nearly all employees.
Here's where you can get food in Johns Creek. We will update this list as the situation develops but please make sure to contact the restaurant for its latest information.
NORTH METRO ATLANTA — Private and public shutdowns have thrown a wrinkle in some local campaigns to encourage participation in the 2020 Census.
JOHNS CREEK, Ga. — State Rep. Angelika Kausche (D-Johns Creek) was told by a physician recently she likely has contracted COVID-19 after her husband tested positive for the virus last week. Kausche, who represents Johns Creek in the Georgia House, said her husband’s doctor told her to assume…
NORTH GEORGIA — YMCA of Metro Atlanta facilities are closed to the public but will still provide a much-needed service amid the coronavirus pandemic. The organization announced last week it will offer childcare for healthcare workers, and plans are in place to begin the service in Alpharetta…
NORTH FULTON, Ga. — Following standout campaigns for their teams during the 2019-20 season, two local boys basketball players garnered national recognition from one of the top authorities in the sport.
FORSYTH COUNTY, Ga. — Service providers Georgia Power, Comcast and AT&T are giving customers a break as financial strains become another symptom the COVID-19.
NORTH FULTON, Ga. — The GHSA will not consider resuming the halted spring sports season until schools are back in session, a spokesman for the organization said. With the statewide closure of all public and private schools, high school sports are suspended until at least March 31.
JOHNS CREEK, Ga. — During an emergency meeting March 18, the Johns Creek City Council unanimously declared a city state of emergency in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Unprecedented times call for unprecedented actions as the Fulton County Board of Education held its first ever virtual meeting March 19.
The Fulton County Board of Education is discussing the possibility of re-opening schools the Monday after the district’s planned spring break, if the threat of coronavirus ends.
The surge in distributions comes as the coronavirus pandemic shuts down businesses, schools and organizations.
METRO ATLANTA, Ga. — Atlanta area hospitals are eliminating elective surgery and turning their attention to accommodate testing and treatment for patients of the COVID-19 virus.
NORTH FULTON COUNTY, Ga. — With social distancing the new norm, businesses throughout the country are trimming operations.
FULTON COUNTY, Ga. — Fulton County has closed its offices to the public and is moving services online until further notice in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
NORTH FULTON, Ga. — Local schools are trying to send a clear message — while schools are shut down due to COVID-19, the entire campus is closed, and everyone should continue to practice social distancing.
GEORGIA. — Qualifying for several local, state and federal races has ended. By order of the governor, the primary election has been moved back to May 19 to coincide with the state’s Presidential Primary. All ballots already cast in early voting for the original March 24 primary will be count…
JOHNS CREEK, Ga. — A Johns Creek woman reported March 4 that someone had burglarized her car and taken her purse.
JOHNS CREEK, Ga. — A Duluth man contacted police March 5 about a case of identity theft.
JOHNS CREEK, Ga. — Police say they suspect the person responsible for a Feb. 12 vehicle burglary used a check taken in the break-in to raid a man’s bank account.
JOHNS CREEK, Ga. — Employees at the UPS store on State Bridge Road contacted police March 2 to report an ex-employee had forged a $1,400 check.
JOHNS CREEK, Ga. — Police are investigating a March 4 incident in which a person impersonated a business’ boss to fraudulently obtain $5,250 in gift cards.
JOHNS CREEK, Ga. — A Johns Creek woman reported March 6 she had lost about $5,000 as the result of check forgery.
JOHNS CREEK, Ga. — Johns Creek Mayor Mike Bodker was arrested March 8 for simple battery related to a domestic dispute.
JOHNS CREEK, Ga. — A Woodstock woman contacted police March 5 after she noticed that her saddle was missing from the barn on her property.
There is news this month from Hacienda Hudson: specifically, Wife of Mine has taken up watercolor painting!
NORTH FULTON, Ga. — School closings due to COVID-19 have added to the long list of cancellations and postponements local baseball teams have already endured.
JOHNS CREEK, Ga. — Metro Atlanta native Patti Callahan will visit Johns Creek Books and Gifts on March 26 as part of the paperback launch of her bestselling novel “Becoming Mrs. Lewis.”
JOHNS CREEK, Ga. — Emory Johns Creek Hospital welcomed two babies on Leap Day, Feb. 29.
JOHNS CREEK, Ga. — At any pharmacy in the country, patrons can fill their prescription or purchase over-the-counter drugs, probably pick up some snacks or basic household goods.
JOHNS CREEK, Ga. — The Johns Creek Chamber of Commerce’s annual gala took on international espionage flair March 6.
ROSWELL, Ga. — The U.S. Census rolls around only once every 10 years, but it can provide crucial information that determines federal funding for public services, like scholarships, Medicaid, transportation projects, libraries and schools.
The school year may have effectively ended for nearly 94,000 students in the Fulton County School System with the decision to shutter schools until further notice because of fears over the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
JOHNS CREEK, Ga. — On Monday, March 9, the Johns Creek City Council unanimously approved the appointment of Ed Densmore as city manager.
JOHNS CREEK, Ga. — After permitting problems threw the future of Nell’s Produce Market into question, patrons of the longtime Newtown establishment rallied to their support.
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