This year’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day comes amidst a year of local and national racial reckoning. But because in-person celebrations are nearly impossible due to the pandemic, many Johns Creek organizations have struggled to find ways to commemorate King’s legacy.
- New York Life acquires ownership of North Point Mall
- Cumming woman killed in single-vehicle accident
- Alpharetta singer makes her way in Nashville
- Store accuses employee of stealing cash from safe
- Disgruntled worker returns to create ruckus at eatery
- Forsyth County to receive millions in federal rental aid
- Man booked for trespassing on Mountain Top Place
- Pedestrian injured by car on Holcomb Bridge Road
- Round of renovations coming for Sawnee Mountain Park
- Alpharetta mayor says city must work to bring back business
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