The 2018 prep football season for public schools in North Fulton saw one squad reach the ultimate achievement in a state championship while others continued their growth with postseason appearances.
Alpharetta’s Mayor’s Corporate Challenge 5K Race will be held on Thursday, Aug. 22 in historic downtown Alpharetta to raise funds for local nonprofits.
Canton Street in Alpharetta is now home to a market with freshly prepared grab-and-go meals, New York style deli sandwiches, allergy-friendly food items and more.
IronKids Alpharetta, one of the largest IronKids triathlons in the country, is returning to Alpharetta on Sept. 14 to 15, at the Wills Park Pool.
The Atlanta Blaze launched as an expansion franchise in the Major Lacrosse League (MLL) in 2016 and held its home contests at Fifth Third Bank Stadium in Kennesaw through its first three seasons.
Georgia Department of Transportation and MARTA are considering constructing bus rapid transit stations and express lanes along Ga. 400.
Virginia Mary Turner, age 94, of Marietta, Georgia passed away June 10, 2019. The Funeral Service will be held at 1:00 pm on Saturday, June 15, 2019 at West Cobb Funeral Home and Crematory Chapel in Marietta, GA with Rev. Joe Postell officiating. Interment will follow at Kennesaw Memorial Pa…
A new coffee shop has opened with the mission to provide employment and community connections to north Fulton residents with developmental or intellectual disabilities.
The conclusion of the 2018-19 academic calendar provides time to review the accomplishments of the north Fulton prep programs on the field.
Vertical Earth Inc. construction won the bid to complete the Thompson Street Gap portion of the Alpha Loop for an amount not to exceed $572,928.79.
AS THE POOL of Republicans vying to challenge Rep. Lucy McBath, D-Marietta, begins to fill, it’s clear Ronald Reagan’s 11th Commandment — “Thou shalt not speak ill of any fellow Republican” will not be observed.
The collegiate baseball season has reached the postseason starting with the NCAA Division 1 Baseball Tournament began on May 31 with many local athletes participating in the competition.
With school out for the summer, North Fulton drivers can expect roadwork. Below are north Fulton roads that will be undergoing construction or closures this summer.
A man accused of robbing nine metro Atlanta banks, including ones in Alpharetta, Atlanta and Sandy Springs, has been sentenced for those crimes.
There are no crowded school classrooms or study areas where students try to focus on schoolwork in the midst of whispered conversations among other students as well as other disruptions.
It was a banner day for Wesleyan soccer as both teams won their respective Georgia High School Association (GHSA) Class A Private State Championship matches in Powder Springs on May 16.
The midpoint of May has seen the continuation of the state playoffs for local programs still competing for a title in baseball, soccer and lacrosse.
The Atlanta Humane Society recently hosted its largest annual fundraiser, the fourth annual Bow Wow Brunch, at Flourish in Buckhead. Themed “Treasures of the South,” the family friendly event was co-chaired by Valery Voyles and Lisa Fuller. Jack Sawyer Jr. was this year’s emcee. The 2019 bru…
Downtown Alpharetta will explode in full color Memorial Day weekend as nearly 100 artists from around the U.S. showcase their imaginative works at Alpharetta Arts Streetfest, May 25 to 27.
Georgia-grown chef and restaurant owner Cory Harwell will be opening his award-winning Carson Kitchen in the Old Courthouse building at Alpharetta City Center this fall.
Seared ahi tuna, espresso crusted beef carpaccio and fresh berry panna cotta are just a few of the exclusive, one-night only menu items that will be offered along Avalon Boulevard when Savor the Boulevard returns for the second year.
Furkids presents Emmy for the Pet Adoption Spotlight. Emmy is a 3-and-a-half year old brown tabby girl with a big heart. She was rescued by a Furkids volunteer from the great outdoors. She’s super sweet and longs to find a forever family of her own.
For Earth Day, students at Carrington Academy McFarland in Alpharetta caught the environmental bug. The kids took care of the planet by releasing 13,000 ladybugs throughout the schoolyard and back into the environment on plants, flowers and trees.
The American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life of North Fulton will be May 11 from 2 to 10 p.m. at Webb Bridge Middle School in Alpharetta.
Macy's will unveil a new concept, "Macy's Backstage" to Alpharetta's North Point Mall store starting on April 11.
With the dawn of the spring season upon the prep sports calendar, the soccer campaigns of local programs have reached the midway portion of their schedules.