Matchups involving local rivals in Classes 7A, 6A and A Private will highlight the slate of Week 10 North Fulton high school football games this weekend.
Johns Creek News
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.
For the second time in two years, Republican Alex Kaufman is battling Democrat Josh McLaurin for the District 51 Georgia House of Representatives post, in the Nov. 3 general election.
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.
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.
Crews with the Fulton County Public Works Department have fixed a water main break near the entrance to the Montclair subdivision on Boles Road in Johns Creek three hours after it was first reported.
Two local basketball teams reached their pinnacles with Georgia High School Association (GHSA) state championships this past week at the Macon Centreplex in Macon.
Third-party companies with a large say in setting prescription drug prices would face tighter regulations in Georgia under a bill state lawmakers mulled over this 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.
A Johns Creek man was charged with 18 offenses, including obstruction of officers and attempting to remove an officer's weapon, following a road rage incident on Holcomb Bridge Road.
The first full week of the 2020 calendar year brings the resumption of the prep basketball season for local programs which will be entrenched in region play.
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.
The first round of the Georgia High School Association State Football took place Nov. 15 with several local programs advancing and keeping their championship hopes alive. The second round starts Nov. 22.
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 Cobb school board is set to consider using eminent domain to pull 15 acres of land just south of Walton High School into its portfolio. School board members and district staff say the acreage will be used to rehouse the school’s displaced softball and tennis teams with the construction o…
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
A Johns Creek woman was arrested for possession of cocaine after she attempted to sell clothes with a bag of cocaine in a pocket at Plato's Closet in Roswell, police say.
The brothers of Roswell Masonic Lodge No. 165 will serve up freshly-made barbecue and Brunswick stew Oct. 12 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. to raise money for Roswell nonprofits.
Marietta’s Alex Guthrie must have been in music heaven as pop stars Gwen Stefani and Kelly Clarkson attempted to woo him to join their team in NBC’s singing competition, “The Voice” Monday evening.
Although the computer age has brought enjoyment and entertainment to people with the click of a mouse, metro Atlanta residents are turning back to the oldest but most enduring form of pleasure: communing with nature along the Chattahoochee River.
With the exception of Johns Creek, Fulton County’s 2019 property tax bills are due Oct. 15 for non-Atlanta property owners and Sept. 30 for Atlanta ones.
Johns Creek Symphony Orchestra will encompass music for all this season with its new autism and dementia friendly holiday program this November.
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.
For two hours a day, four days each week, Eric Ruiz opens the front door of his family’s Marietta home to greet Sofia Morales, Nico Rousseau or Camila Marin. They’re all direct support professionals who share the common goal to help the young man navigate life and be a greater part of the ea…
The Johns Creek Cultural Arts Center Task Force has selected Convergent Nonprofit Solutions to conduct a financial feasibility study for a proposed cultural arts complex in Johns Creek.
The Atlanta Track Club held its 55th Annual Powerade All-Metro Track & Field Banquet on June 5 in Atlanta with several local athletes and coaching receiving honors.
THIS WEEK, U.S. Sen. Johnny Isakson led a bipartisan Senate delegation to Normandy for the 75th anniversary of the D-Day invasion by Allied forces during World War II.
A body found May 29, at the Atlantic Newtown Apartments off Nesbit Ferry Road has been identified as Mercedes Chico-Sims, who was reported missing in Johns Creek.
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.
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.
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.
Furkids presents Ocean for the Pet Adoption Spotlight. Ocean is a 4-year-old terrier mix with a brown and white coat. He is only 12 lbs. and is looking for his forever home. Ocean came to Furkids from a state shelter after being found as a stray.
Five weeks have flown by here under the Gold Dome, and the Senate is hard at work passing effective and meaningful legislation. I am proud to announce that Senate Bill 25, which I discussed last week, was the first bill to be signed by Governor Brian P. Kemp.
As our fourth week comes to a close, I am proud to announce that the Senate has passed our first piece of legislation which came through and passed out of the Senate Public Safety Committee. This bill passed the Senate with unanimous, bipartisan support which set a good tone for future legislation.
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