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MILTON, Ga. — Milton has put its trails under the microscope again and is considering an application for federal funding to close gaps in the system and connect to the Big Creek Greenway. The City Council discussed the possibility of applying for a grant at its March 11 work session. 

MILTON, Ga. — Milton officials hope to bolster the city’s densest business district in the coming years with a grant from the Atlanta Regional Commission. If Milton is chosen to receive a grant, the Living Centers Initiative funding would support new projects to foster development in the Dee…

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MILTON, Ga. — Only one vape shop currently operates within Milton, and a proposal coming down the pipeline would ensure no others can do business within the city. If adopted, an ordinance presented to the Milton Planning Commission at its Feb. 27 meeting would prohibit new vape businesses fr…

Director of Public Safety John Robison, right, acknowledges his appreciation for a gift of $30,000 from the Alpharetta Rotary Club that will benefit the Alpharetta Public Safety Foundation. To his right, stand City Councilman John Hipes and Rotary Community Services Director Casey Robinson, …

ALPHARETTA, Ga. — Mayor Jim Gilvin said Alpharetta’s growing success as the envy of the region can be tracked, in part, to the fledgling businesses that united 25 years ago to form what is today the Alpharetta Business Association.

NORTH FULTON, Ga. —The deadline to file for homestead exemption is April 1. Anyone who purchased a new home in 2018 or made changes to their deed may qualify for a special exemption when applying. In November of 2018, several new homestead exemptions were approved by voters and most exemptio…

ATLANTA — Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP has selected The Drake House, which provides housing and educational opportunities for homeless families, as its 2019 nonprofit partner. The Drake House is the only North Fulton-based agency providing private apartments that keep families together,…

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GEORGIA — The state of Georgia is now making it easier for teenagers and young adults to access resources of mental and behavioral health help.

MILTON, Ga. — Dozens gathered at Bell Memorial Park Feb. 15 for the official opening of the Mark Law Arboretum, dedicated to former City Arborist Mark Law who envisioned the site to benefit park goers for generations. Law, who began his tenure with the city at incorporation, retired late las…