Nine candidates qualified Aug. 16 through 18 to run for one of three seats on the Alpharetta City Council during this November’s general elections.
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger called on the General Assembly Wednesday to pass a constitutional amendment prohibiting non-U.S. citizens from voting in state elections.
North Fulton is mourning the loss of one of its own after Alpharetta police officer Clinton Martin died from COVID-19 on July 3.
More than a year and a half after it shifted to a mostly online format due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Atlanta Wedding Extravaganza is finally going back to a 100% in-person structure.
The budget up for consideration by the Alpharetta City Council proposes to leave the millage rate at its current 5.750 level through the 2021 tax year/2022 fiscal year. The city has maintained that rate since 2009.
MARIETTA — Planning commissioners voted unanimously Tuesday to delay a vote on North Point Ministries’ 30 acre-plus redevelopment in east Cobb, a proposal shaping up to be one of the most hotly debated of the year.
What to make of Gov. Brian Kemp winning the straw poll, but getting booed when he took the stage at the Cobb GOP’s annual Independence Day celebration on Saturday?
The summer solstice, the day when the Northern Hemisphere has the longest period of daylight in a calendar year and also the first official day of summer, will be June 20.
Kevin Douglas Creek of Alpharetta was arrested on charges of assaulting Capitol police officers during the Jan. 6 breach of the U.S. Capitol.
ATLANTA — State Sen. Bruce Thompson launched a campaign for Georgia commissioner of labor Friday with an attack on the leadership of incumbent Commissioner Mark Butler.
The tourism arms for the cities of Alpharetta, Roswell and Sandy Springs have been honored with a Travelblazer Award for Topside Tap Trail, which they created to promote the their seven craft breweries combined.
The U.S. Department of Justice announced it reached a settlement with an Alpharetta-based IT staffing company regarding an immigration-related discrimination claim.
Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr announced Tuesday he plans to run for reelection in 2022, setting up a likely bruising campaign against one of several strong Democratic challengers.
ATLANTA - Normal restrictions on commercial trucks in Georgia are being waived under an executive order Gov. Brian Kemp has issued in response to the shutdown of the Colonial Pipeline.
ATLANTA — Gasoline prices could be headed up at the start of the summer driving season following the shutdown of a major pipeline hit by a cyberattack.
Alpharetta will explode in full color this Memorial Day Weekend as nearly 100 artists from around the U.S. showcase their imaginative works at Alpharetta Arts Streetfest, May 29 to 30.
Alpharetta City Center will host its first-ever “ACC Spring Fling,” a community-driven fashion show and brunch event with a portion of proceeds going to North Fulton Community Charities.
Developers have struck a controversial feature in the latest design of Sprayberry Crossing, set to be considered by the Cobb Planning Commission Tuesday.
The City Springs Theatre Company, which has been forced to host only online performances and other virtual events since the COVID-19 pandemic started just over a year ago, is returning to in-person shows, but with a twist.
Nearly a year after the COVID-19 pandemic hit Georgia, metro Atlanta’s hotel/motel industry slowly continues to recover.
ATLANTA – Legalizing pari-mutuel betting on horse racing in Georgia would generate commercial investment and create jobs without using tax dollars, state Sen. Brandon Beach said Tuesday. Beach, R-Alpharetta, pitched a proposed constitutional amendment calling for a statewide referendum on horse racing and a separate bill specifying how the industry would operate in Georgia at […]
More than 25 Alpharetta restaurants will offer a special three-course dinner menu during Alpharetta Restaurant Week from Feb. 21–27.
The Chattahoochee River 911 Authority (ChatComm), the 911 call center for the cities of Sandy Springs, Johns Creek, Dunwoody and Brookhaven, is located in Sandy Springs, but its backup center is about 12 miles away in Alpharetta.
To help stay afloat amid the COVID-19 pandemic, metro Atlanta’s minority-owned small business owners can apply for up to $10,000 each in grants through the Back2Business program offered by Fiserv Inc., a Brookfield, Wisconsin-based payments and financial services technology company.
The worst year in recent history is finally over. If 2016 was a “dumpster fire,” 2020 was a landfill explosion. These 366 days have at once felt like an eternity and a flash. The novel coronavirus, COVID-19, hit the U.S. hard in March and hit harder as the months trickled by, becoming a full…
North Fulton Community Charities’ annual holiday programs served over 1,000 families benefiting over 3,000 children.
The Alpharetta Municipal Court has closed and cancelled all hearings scheduled for the week of Dec. 14 due to an employee testing positive for COVID-19.
The holidays look and feel a little different this year, so we have compiled a list of must-see Christmas light installations around north Fulton.
The community is invited to join Avalon and Chabad of North Fulton to ring in the eight-day Hanukkah season with a traditional Menorah lighting ceremony.
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.
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