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.
The Alpharetta Convention and Visitors Bureau announced the event has been canceled based on recommendations from public health officials.
A new video produced by the city of Alpharetta and the Alpharetta Convention & Visitors Bureau will be the centerpiece of communicating what makes Alpharetta a great place to start and grow a business.
Toyota Financial Services will open a new office in Alpharetta to become the company’s East Dealer Service Center, bringing 150 jobs to Fulton County.
Young Professionals Advisory Council presents its second Tappin’ Out Homelessness event benefiting The Drake House on March 14, from 2 p.m. until 6 p.m. at Truck & Tap in Alpharetta.
A local counseling services company is hosting two free events offering advice on parenting in the next week.
The city of Alpharetta, in partnership with the cities of Johns Creek, Milton, Roswell and Ed Isakson YMCA are hosting a Special Needs Services and Expo on Saturday, Feb. 22, at the Alpharetta Community Center.
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.