A beloved community event returns this year, combining coffee tastings, art and games with the chance to gather information on serving those in need.
The city of Roswell is bringing back a long-standing tradition this fall. On Oct. 9, the city will honor and celebrate Roswell’s youngest residents at the 71st Annual Frances McGahee Youth Day Celebration, which features a parade in downtown Roswell at 10 a.m. and Fall Farm Days at Smith Pla…
North Fulton Community Charities’ annual Back to School program distributed backpacks filled with school supplies to over 1,800 students in grades K-12 this year.
Gate City Brewing Co.’s new taproom The Artillery Room focuses on craft cocktails in a building that once burnt to the ground in 1984.
Miss Georgia 2019 and Miss America 2020 runner up Victoria Hill will be performing a free concert with the Atlanta Concert Band at the Roswell Cultural Arts Center Aug. 14.
North Fulton Community Charities is collecting new backpacks filled with school supplies for its annual Back-to-School program.
Roswell Mayor Lori Henry has updated her executive order to extend to-go beverage sales and temporary signage rules for businesses through July 30.
ATLANTA — Former state Rep. Meagan Hanson is running for Congress in Georgia’s 6th Congressional District in Atlanta’s northern suburbs.
A celebration of life will be held Saturday for Dylan Nekrasas, a Lassiter High School graduate and Kennesaw State University student killed in a motorcycle wreck Saturday.
Pending approval by the Board of Commissioners at their Tuesday meeting, a nearly $9 million overhaul of a 0.6-mile stretch of Lower Roswell Road in east Cobb is set to receive the green light after a decade of development.
Roswell residents could see changes and improvements made to popular areas of the city, such as the Holcomb Bridge Road Corridor and Historic District, thanks to the city’s 2040 Comprehensive Plan.
Tonekia L. Phairr will step into her role as Roswell High School new assistant principal this fall, bringing with her more than 15 years of administrative experience.
Visit Roswell has been awarded a $50,000 Tourism Recovery Marketing Grant from the state’s tourism office to help repair tourism in the city post pandemic.
The Chattahoochee Nature Center's Possum Trot is returning to the banks of the Chattahoochee with both in-person and virtual race options.
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.
A Kennesaw man has been charged with murder in connection with a shooting at Hooligans Tavern, a bar located on Holcomb Bridge Road in Roswell.
Beginning Tuesday, June 1, a portion of Willeo Road that runs over Willeo Creek will be closed for construction of a bridge replacement project.
Roswell 911 has been recognized by The International Academies of Emergency Dispatch as an Accredited Center of Excellence for emergency fire dispatching.
The city of Roswell will welcome back several popular special events this spring and summer, including Alive in Roswell and Music on the Hill.
The City of Roswell’s Recreation, Parks, Historic and Cultural Affairs Department has teamed up with local gem the Computer Museum of America to support Summer STEAM Camps in 2021.
MARIETTA — Cobb commissioners greenlit Tuesday the first phase of a plan to address one of Cobb’s most congested intersections, at Windy Hill Road and Cobb Parkway.
In what was the city’s third in-person mayor and council meeting since March 2020, Roswell residents filled the council chambers to voice their support of Roswell Community Masjid.
In conjunction with Gov. Brian Kemp’s April 30 Executive Order, Roswell Mayor Lori Henry has issued an updated Executive Order, renewing the Public Health State of Emergency and revising COVID-19 safety measures for visitors to city facilities through May 30.
Software and robotics company GreyOrange is investing more than $1 million in relocating its global headquarters to Roswell, creating 200 new jobs in the area.
The Roswell Fire Department has named Capt. Jack Allen and John Stancel Fire Fighters of the Year due to the duo's heroic actions during a house fire.
The Roswell Police Department has arrested 21-year-old Tristan McGill of South Carolina in connection with a shooting that took place April 18.
The developers behind the approved sports and recreation facility, Pickle and Social, have decided to look at other sites in the city.
Both Roswell High School’s valedictorian Noah Frank and salutatorian Eric Zhang, were dual enrolled at Georgia Tech and plan to pursue STEM-related college degrees.
Entrepreneur Kevin Willis, a former Atlanta Hawks star, said it was providence that drew him to partner with award-winning event planner Lauren Pelissier to open 42West Entertainment Group, a new business and event venue in west Midtown.
Editor’s note: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic or other reasons, the Bitsy Grant Tennis Center, Chastain Arts Center, Chastain Horse Park and Chastain Park Tennis Center are not offering summer camps this year.
Two Roswell High School students are shattering glass ceilings in scouting as they became some the first young women to achieve Eagle Scout rank.
The Northside Hospital System has added five more clinics to the sites where it’s offering the COVID-19 vaccine, including locations in Roswell and Sandy Springs.
Roswell Mayor Lori Henry is lifting her moratorium on the city issuing special event permits for non-city events and resuming in-person city meetings this April.
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