This story has been updated to include comments from Councilman Matt Judy.
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.
To help connect community members with meaningful service opportunities, the city of Roswell has established the Volunteer Roswell site, a one-stop, central location for volunteer opportunities throughout the city.
The city of Roswell is seeking its residents’ feedback on the recreational development of the Ace Sand property, located on Riverside Road between St. Andrew Catholic Church and Don White Memorial Park.
Members of Roswell High School's Varsity football team helped assemble HomeAid CareKits for North Fulton Community Charities.
On behalf of the Georgia Water Coalition, the Georgia River Network, an Athens-based nonprofit that aims to protect and promote the state’s rivers, recently honored 13 individuals, businesses and organizations with its 2020 Clean 13 Water Heroes Awards. The Water Heroes Celebration where the…
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.
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.
Construction has begun on Fulton County’s $312 million Big Creek Water Reclamation Facility expansion in Roswell, the largest single capital expansion project in the county’s history.
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 City of Roswell has created a Historic Gateway Citizens Advisory Committee to allow mayor and council to receive feedback on the Historic Gateway Project.
Roswell is inviting volunteers to help clean up the city's area of the Chattahoochee River during Roswell's Rivers Alive event Sept. 19.
In conjunction with Governor Kemp’s Aug. 15 Executive Order, Roswell Mayor Lori Henry has issued an updated Executive Order, mandating visitors to city buildings and facilities wear face coverings.
Austell resident and author James C. Birdsong Jr. will receive the Shining Star Award presented by Preach the Word Worldwide Network TV, an international Christian TV network in Roswell, Ga. The ceremony’s fifth year is set to be held Friday, Aug. 28 at 7 p.m. via pay-per-view live stream.
The Roswell Police Department is “adopting” several Roswell families to make sure they have a joyous holiday season by providing gifts, food and financial help.
This year’s 16th Annual Miss Mary’s Ice Cream Crankin’ is returning as a drive-thru festival to keep guests safe during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Roswell North Elementary School Foundation is hosting its inaugural “Golf Fore RNEF Classic,” to be held Aug. 31, at Brookfield Country Club.
MotoAmerica Twins Cup rider Trevor Standish is thrilled to return to his local pro track, especially considering this weekend’s race will allow for fans despite the COVID-19 pandemic.
With the rising number of COVID-19 cases, Friends of Bulloch Hall, Inc has decided to host the magNOlia Ball — an online fundraiser in place of the in-person ball.
The city of Roswell has decided to cancel the remainder of this year’s Riverside Sounds, Alive in Roswell and Music on the Hill events due to the continued rise in COVID-19 cases.
Roswell Mayor Lori Henry has issued an updated Executive Order extending the city’s public health state of emergency through Aug. 11.
Roswell is encouraging residents to show their patriotism through its American flag initiative: Stars and Stripes around Roswell.
Mayor Lori Henry, Chief of Police James Conroy and Dr. Sabin Strickland of Pleasant Hill Church held a Solidarity Rally at Roswell City Hall on June 20.
Following a final day of early voting that saw some Cobb voters waiting in lines for more than four hours, Cobb and state elections officials say Election Day voters could see more of the same, as well as a delay in election results.
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