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JOHNS CREEK, Ga. — Mount Pisgah dealt with youth among its ranks last season, and 2019 looks to present a similar challenge. The Patriots are even younger than last year, and with only a handful of seniors on the team, the team will rely on juniors and sophomores to contribute.

JOHNS CREEK, Ga. — Northview head coach James Thomson said the 2019 Titans are the best group he has coached while at the school, and it is a squad that has continually improved in the offseason.

JOHNS CREEK, Ga. — Johns Creek head coach Matt Helmerich was approached by a fellow teacher who gave him his take on the program following the 2018 season. He told Helmerich that he watched Johns Creek football hope to win for years, but in the 2018 squad, he saw an expectation to win.

JOHNS CREEK, Ga. — Young actress and singer Lucy Carlyle, a student at Mount Pisgah Christian School, will perform at PBS’s the “Celebration of Music Concert” at the Vista Room in Atlanta on Aug. 22 at 7p.m. 

JOHNS CREEK, Ga. — The Johns Creek Arts Festival and Dunwoody Art Festival, both organized by Splash Festivals, have been recognized with the “200 Best” award by Sunshine Artist magazine.

FULTON COUNTY — In 2018, Georgia ranked 11th among U.S. states for the number of consumer complaints about robocalls, with the largest number — 18,225 — coming from Fulton County. 

The doors to 106 school buildings across the Fulton County School System open this week for the nearly 93,500 students expected to enroll for the 2019-20 school year. The district still stands as the fourth largest in the state, behind only Gwinnett, Cobb and DeKalb county school systems.

Personnel changes from retirements, promotions and other factors last spring mean 17 of the district’s 106 schools will start the year under new leadership. In North Fulton, five schools will have new principals in place, all veterans of the Fulton County School System.

Three City Council posts will be up for election in November 2019. The qualifying period for those wishing to run will be Aug. 19 to 21.

JOHNS CREEK, Ga. — A man contacted Johns Creek Police Aug. 1 after he discovered his wallet had been stolen from his Toyota Prius parked in the driveway of his Glenhurst Pass home. 

JOHNS CREEK, Ga. — A family contacted police July 31 after several items went missing while they were in the process of moving from Roswell to Johns Creek.