The Roswell Police Department joined teams from all over the state to plunge into Lake Acworth's frigid waters Feb. 24. for Special Olympics Georgia's Polar Plunge.
Roswell Presbyterian Church will host the Atlanta Jazz Chorus from First Congregational Church in celebration of the 19th annual Roswell Roots Festival.
Dallas and Roswell students at University of North Georgia are working with faculty across departments continue to collaborate to maintain Mount Hope Cemetery in Dahlonega.
Friends of Bulloch is hosting a lecture series this spring about the history of the Roswell area and Georgia in the nineteenth century.
Several changes to Roswell's Unified Development Code are being considered following the initiation of a 90 moratorium on conditional use applicants.
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.
Former Chattahoochee High School teacher Preston Paris of Roswell was found guilty of child molestation, enticing a child for indecent purposes and statutory rape.
The city is issuing a 90-day temporary pause on accepting and processing conditional use applications from developers for apartments.
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.
Putting Roswell on the map as a filming location and improving transportation seem to be at the forefront of the city’s plans for this year.
The Department of Recreation, Parks, Historic and Cultural Affairs will be conducting a balloon test to consider the use of Roswell Area Park for the annual July 4th Celebration.
Roswell Police Department and child safety experts Revved Up Kids are teaming up to teach parents and kids what to do when approached by a predator.
Nancy’s Pizza, the iconic Chicago brand that invented the stuffed pizza, is now open at 900 Mansell Rd in Roswell offering dine-in, bar, take-out and delivery services.
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.
With the return of students from holiday breaks, the calendar hitting January in the midst of winter, the prep wrestling season heads towards it championship portion.
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.
“Yellow Submarine” and “Flintstones” artist Ron Campbell will make a rare personal appearance at the Ann Jackson Gallery in Roswell Jan. 24 through Jan. 26.
When a problem comes to Roswell resident Susan Segars’ attention, she prefers to take direct action. She and numerous others have taken to creating Facebook groups and pages as a way to encourage civic involvement and transparency among Roswell residents and city officials.
Roswell 911 Emergency Communications Center has partnered with RapidSOS to launch the 911 Integration Device Location Technology with Uber.
Police say they arrested a Roswell man for aggravated assault after neighbors reported a woman running down the street screaming for help on Christmas Eve.
Roswell police arrested 34-year-old Walter Martin on numerous charges after a witness saw Martin assault his girlfriend in the Krystal drive-thru at Holcomb Bridge Road.
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.
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.
Visitors to downtown Roswell will soon notice that several on-street parking spaces on Elizabeth Way and along a portion of Canton Street will be converted to paid parking spaces Jan 2.
A Roswell man was arrested Monday after a traffic stop led police to discover the he was under the influence of alcohol and in possession of an unlicensed firearm and marijuana, police say.
The Roswell Fire Department will be distributing and installing smoke alarms free of charge in Roswell to families in need.