The North Fulton Improvement Network, a local group of leaders from north Fulton cities that explores financial vulnerability in the community, is introducing a series of free online workshops, the first of which will be held Sept. 24.
On Sept. 10 — World Suicide Prevention Day — Milton will host a mental wellness webinar offering the public valuable insights, tools and connections.
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.
Chris Perez was working as a Delta Air Lines in-flight crew scheduler for flight attendants in late March when he was laid off due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which has decimated that industry.
Milton’s Police Department and Municipal Court are in their own spacious, state-of-the-art, city-owned home, nearly 14 years after the Milton’s founding.
The city of Milton soon will kick off the creation of its 2040 Comprehensive Plan, a community-driven document laying out a guiding vision for Milton through the next two decades.
The Milton Historical Society invites residents to participate in a new initiative to record the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the local community.
Alpharetta, Milton and Roswell police departments released statements condemning the actions of the police officers responsible for the death of George Floyd.
A new road opens May 15 in the heart of downtown Milton that will serve as a connection between Mayfield Road and Birmingham Highway that will house the future Market District and Town Center East.
As the clock ticks down to the June 9 primary in the race to represent Georgia’s 6th Congressional District, incumbent U.S. Rep. Lucy McBath, D-Marietta, maintains her fundraising lead over Republican rivals. The latest campaign disclosure reports were publicly revealed by the Federal Electi…
The Georgia High School Association Basketball State Playoffs have reached the finals with three local teams still in contention for a state championship.
The quarterfinals’ round of the Georgia High School Association Basketball State Playoffs will begin Feb. 25 with several local teams still in contention for a state championship.
Runners will again converge around Milton’s Freedom Park for the City’s annual 5k — an event that could qualify them for the Peachtree Road Race while helping pediatric cancer patients.
The Rock for Rescues Festival, a music and fundraising event for animal rescue organizations, will take place at the Northside-Cherokee Amphitheater in downtown Woodstock.
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 last of six defendants who operated a methamphetamine laboratory in a Milton house have pleaded guilty to conspiracy to possess methamphetamine with intent to distribute.
ATLANTA — Gov. Brian Kemp launched a website aimed at training state workers and the general public in how to detect and respond to warning signs of human trafficking.
Christopher Burnette of Milton was arrested for Milton Public Indecency after officers responded to reports of him “running down the road naked,” police say.
The city of Milton has selected former CNN editor and producer Greg Botelho to serve as its new Communications Director following a nation-wide search.
With the end of the prep football season taking place, the post-season honors have begun for the local players and coaches in the area.
An unknown male approached a student near a wooded area on her way to her middle school bus stop near the intersection of Commonwealth Way and Windward Village Parkway, police say.
Alpharetta, Milton and Roswell will host menorah lightings and Hanukkah festivities around north Fulton in celebration of the Jewish holiday.
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.
Temperatures are dropping, leaves are falling and soon Santa will take to the skies. Get ready for the holiday season with these merry, family friendly events around north Fulton.
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
Calling all ghosts, witches and princesses — The Milton Police Department and Fire-Rescue Department, in collaboration with Karate Atlanta Milton, is hosting Milton Night Out Trunk-or-Treat on Saturday, Oct. 26, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
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.
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