The final week of January will see local prep basketball teams wrapping up regular season play before the start of their respective region tournaments and the state playoffs.
The Alpharetta Convention and Visitors Bureau is kicking off a new campaign called “Travel The Road To Wellness In Alpharetta” to celebrate the city’s abundance of wellness focused activities and experiences.
Range Boutique, a Buckhead women’s clothing store, and Angels Among Us Pet Rescue, an Alpharetta-based nonprofit, recently co-hosted Rock the Runway in the former World Market space next to the disco Kroger in Buckhead. It included a fashion show with Range’s Style Rangers and adoptable dogs…
Want to recycle your Christmas tree? Local organizations are offering several places where you can go to get it recycled. The event is also known as Bring One for the Chipper.
Alpharetta, Milton and Roswell will host menorah lightings and Hanukkah festivities around north Fulton in celebration of the Jewish holiday.
The city of Alpharetta announced it will stop funding the annual Old Soldiers Day Parade, largely due to the controversy surrounding the Sons of Confederate Veterans.
The Fulton County Schools district is celebrating the construction kickoff for two planned magnet schools focused on science, technology, engineering and math.
The sixth annual Lighting of Avalon marks the opening of the Rockefeller Center-inspired ice skating rink, the lighting of the grand, 40-foot tree and the welcoming of Santa to his high-tech cottage in Palmer Plaza.
Roswell Rotary invited north Fulton veterans to join them visiting various military memorials throughout the area, including Johns Creek’s Veterans Memorial Walk. Throughout the walk, stone memorials are erected to commemorate veterans from World War I and on.
The Alpharetta Convention and Visitors Bureau is offering an shopping and dining getaway to Alpharetta in 2020 after the holiday rush to ring in the new holiday season.
Dekalb teen Khalil Mohhamed Siddeeq published his first novel, "The Buried Laboratory," through Alpharetta-based company BookLogix after winning the 2017 Young Writers Contest.
Game: Alpharetta Raiders (6-2, 6-0) at Johns Creek Gladiators (7-1, 6-0)Date: Nov. 1Last meeting: Johns Creek 32, Alpharetta 6 (Oct. 26, 2018)All-time series: Alpharetta leads 4-3
Alpharetta Police Department assisted the FBI and the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office with investigating and tracking down an Atlanta man possessing child pornography.
Christian Youth Theater will allow members of the special needs community and their caregivers an opportunity to see this season's production of "Matilda" for free and without typical theater etiquette Oct. 23.
The prep football season is fully entrenched with the state playoffs less than a month away, and local programs are fighting for positioning with contests on Oct. 18.
Alpharetta residents will get a sneak peak at the plans to revitalize Alpharetta’s North Point District, the area centered around North Point Mall.
In celebration of its five-year milestone, Avalon is inviting the community to “Toast to Avalon,” a restaurant crawl benefiting North Fulton Community Charities on Wednesday, Oct. 30, from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Fellowship Christian’s home game against St. Francis in Region 6A action highlights the prep football action for local programs Oct. 11 as the regular season’s second half continues.
The Georgia Department of Transportation rejected Alpharetta's proposal for Ga. 400 access lanes at Encore Parkway, and will instead build the access lanes between Webb Bridge Road and Windward Parkway.
Separated by less than 10 miles, Centennial and Alpharetta meet on the football field Oct. 4 to highlight the active night of prep football action.
A local real estate firm is asking the community to donate gently used Halloween costumes during its 7th annual costume drive beginning Oct. 1.
The prep football season has reached the halfway mark with region play controlling much of the action for local programs. Wesleyan’s home contest against Holy Innocents’ in a Region 5A contest between two undefeated teams highlights the action on Sept. 27.
Downtown Alpharetta’s City Center Project is the 2019 award winner for both Excellence In Town Center Development and the People’s Choice Award for the Public Realm from the Urban Land Institute’s Atlanta District.
Roswell’s home contest against Milton highlights the prep football action for local programs on Sept. 20 as the halfway point of the regular season quickly approaches.