North Point Community Church is hosting a socially-distanced Christmas tree lighting and musical show this December.
Motorists entering Windward Parkway from Ga. 400 northbound will likely see reduced congestion and improved traffic flow now that the North Fulton Community Improvement District’s latest construction project is complete.
One of the two North Fulton volleyball teams that advanced to the Georgia High School Association (GHSA) state championships won a title, and three more squads captured state crowns in cross country.
While adults were voting in the Nov. 3 general election, preschool and kindergarten students at Primrose School of Alpharetta East were voicing their own opinions at the ballot box.
As the calendar flips to November, North Fulton schools are in the heat of the Georgia High School Association (GHSA) state playoffs in cross country, fast-pitch softball and volleyball with hopes of bringing home state crowns.
As the high school football season continues to proceed with region games, six North Fulton schools will face off to highlight the Week 7 action.
Fulton County Schools hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony Sept. 25 to christen the new playscape and field space at Alpharetta Elementary School.
The Drake House raised a combined $80,000 from it’s latest fundraisers, the 8th Annual Rockin’ the Runway Fashion Show and 16th Annual Miss Mary’s Ice Cream Crankin’.
The majority of the 196 cats and kittens the Atlanta Humane Society rescued from a Foley, Alabama, shelter damaged by Hurricane Sally are ill, but all will be put up for adoption once they’re healthy, its leader said.
The Atlanta Humane Society announced its disaster response team is returning from Foley, Alabama, where it picked up 196 cats and kittens who were housed in a shelter there damaged by Hurricane Sally.
The North Fulton Improvement Network, a local group of leaders from north Fulton cities that explores financial vulnerability in the community, is introducing a series of free online workshops, the first of which will be held Sept. 24.
An Alpharetta police officer and his K9 companion are bringing awareness to childhood cancer while providing citizens with an inside look at K9 police work.
The 2019 season was another strong one for the north Fulton high school football teams, with Blessed Trinity taking home its third straight Class 4A state crown and nine of the 14 other schools advancing to the playoffs.
This holiday season Avalon is inviting local businesses to bring their concepts to life at the inaugural Holiday Market at Avalon, a six-week pop-up market located at a signature corner along the Boulevard.
The Alpharetta City Council entered into a new agreement this week committing to additional funding for the widening of a section of McGinnis Ferry Road that extends from Ronald Regan Parkway to Sargent Road.
Alpharetta approved contracts totaling $2.8 million for development of final construction plans and management of the Old Milton Parkway Project.
After a banner 2019, Fifth Group Restaurants was humming along in March when the COVID-19 pandemic forced the Atlanta-based company to shut down.
Ten Alpharetta police officers and firefights have tested positive for SARS-CoV-2 antibodies, an indication that they have previously been exposed to the COVID-19 virus.
Jostens, the leading producer of yearbooks and student-created content, announced that King’s Ridge Christian School’s yearbook program has been named a Jostens 2020 National Yearbook Program of Excellence for its engaging, inclusive content.
Many Downtown Alpharetta businesses are opening their doors to once again welcome patrons, while keeping the health and safety of Alpharetta residents and visitors in mind.
As the demand for coronavirus (COVID-19) testing sites continues to increase in Georgia, Gov. Brian Kemp April 23 announced Walgreens will open a drive-through rapid testing location outside one of its stores in Alpharetta starting April 24.
Two Maids and A Mop of Alpharetta is partnering with nonprofit Cleaning for Reasons to provide two free two-hour cleaning sessions for metro-Atlanta cancer patients.
Meyonda Benjamin was the first audience member called to “come on down” to bidders row when she appeared on an episode of “The Price Is Right” that debuted April 14.
Cal Morgan wants everyone to know that the Atlanta Humane Society is not temporarily closing its shelters due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, as some rumors may have alleged.
Alpharetta has adopted the emergency ordinance set in place by Fulton County ordering residents to shelter in place or face the possibility of fines and jail.
As part of its response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the city of Alpharetta has enacted an emergency ordinance temporarily closing most city parks and park facilities.
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