The conclusion of the 2018-19 academic calendar provides time to review the accomplishments of the north Fulton prep programs on the field.
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.
For this year’s Doggies on the Catwalk, the 12th annual fashion show fundraiser for three pet charities, the dogs will be walking not with models but with their owners.
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 Georgia High School Association Lacrosse State playoffs began on May 1 followed by second-round action on May 7.
Hayden Hairston, Milton High School’s starting kicker during the school’s first football championship appearance on Dec. 12 committed to Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh to continue his athletic and academic career this fall.
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 spring sports season has reached the state playoffs portion of its schedule with many local programs still in contention for championships.
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.
Milton Police Department and Fire-Rescue Department acquire additional equipment through grants from the Milton First Responders Foundation.
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.
Dominic Zaccheo said something should be done to relieve traffic on Georgia 400, but the Georgia Department of Transportation's proposed $1.8 billion express/bus rapid transit lanes project may not be the best solution.
Students in the Fulton County Schools district soon will once again decide what items should be added to menus at all of its school cafeterias.
Chattahoochee Riverkeeper marks 25 years of keeping watch and caring for the Chattahoochee River with 'olympic-torch-style relay.'
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.
Milton has banned the sale, manufacture, use, delivery, purchase, possession or distribution of synthetic marijuana and opiate substitutes within the city.
This Wednesday, the Public Safety Committee passed Senate Bill 15, the “Keeping Georgia’s Schools Safe Act.” This bill is a result of the hard work of last summer’s Senate Study Committee on School Safety. I chaired this committee whose purpose was to ensure that Georgia’s most precious asse…
Kathy Landrum, 80, of Powder Springs, GA, passed away on February 21, 2019, in Marietta, GA. A funeral service will be held at 2:00 PM on Sunday, February 24, 2019, at Mayes Ward-Dobbins Funeral Home, in Powder Springs, GA. with Rev. Johnny Foster officiating. Kathy is survived by her husban…
A Milton rental property involved in a 'six-county crystal methamphetamine operation' was shut down on Feb. 9.
This past weekend saw local teams begin participation in two Georgia High School Association (GHSA) events looking to bring home state individual and team championships.
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.
It was a successful run for local programs at the Georgia High School Association (GHSA) Swimming and Diving Championships on Feb. 9 at the McAuley Aquatic Center in Atlanta as the Centennial girls’ team brought home its first state title in program history.
On Monday, the Senate reconvened for the first half of the 155th Georgia General Assembly. A new governor and lieutenant governor were sworn in, along with five new senators. I am excited to work with new leaders and colleagues this session as we debate and vet legislation for the betterment…
An agreement between Alpharetta and Milton dissolving recreation and parks non-resident fees will result in increased costs for some residents.
A “Blue Wave” spread across the country during the 2018 mid-term elections, and nowhere was it more apparent than in and around north Fulton County, where traditionally Republican electoral districts turned from red to blue as Democrats turned out to vote. With the flipping of several House …
The past year in north Fulton County has been nothing short of eventful; some happenings even gained national attention. With police officers using questionable judgment and teenagers being silenced, local controversies were being talked about throughout the country. Surprising victories in …