Douglasville and Douglas County leaders organized "One Douglas Day of Unity" last weekend as an event to "celebrate and respect diversity" and "unite in support of common beliefs and goals" including working to avoid "senseless violence and harmful words and actions."


When the 2016 high school football season kicked off less than two weeks ago, all five Douglas County teams had the night off. But as expected, things were much different last week since all five teams opened their seasons.


Henry County Schools senior administrative officials set out to meet with community members last year as a part of a Leadership Listens tour.


North American Properties has announced that fashion retailers Boogaloos, Hammer Made and Scout & Molly’s will open as part of the expansion of Avalon, an experiential 86-acre mixed-use community in Alpharetta, in April 2017.


Poet Diana Anhalt, a Buckhead resident, will read her poetry at two upcoming events.


The Harlem Wizards basketball team, which bill themselves as offering "tricks, hoops and alley oops," are scheduled to perform and play a team of teachers and principals from Paulding County Schools Oct. 4 at 7 p.m. at North Paulding High School.


The school bus has returned to Paces Forest Road.