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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 …

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.

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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. — 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.

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. — 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.”

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.