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.
Roswell will soon launch its COVID-19 Relief Assistance Program for Residents and Small Businesses in an effort to help residents and small business owners who have experienced financial hardships as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The city of Roswell has decided to cancel or postpone many large city events that traditionally take place during the spring and summer months.
The Roswell Police Department has arrested 33-year-old Jason William Castleman of Athens, who allegedly engaged in sexually explicit conversations with whom he believed to be minors.
Though it’s not as prevalent as it is in the city of Atlanta, illegal street racing has become a problem in neighboring Sandy Springs and other surrounding municipalities over the past year.
For Noel Schenck, what started as a way to help her mother and others get the COVID-19 vaccine has exploded into an effort aiding thousands.
In preparation for spring and the wildlife baby season, Chattahoochee Nature Center is hosting a Wildlife Baby Shower, Feb. 20, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The Roswell Fire Department is providing car seats and education to financially-eligible families in north Fulton to help ensure children are safe while riding in motor vehicles.
Roswell will be hosting the 20th Annual Roswell Roots Festival throughout the month of February in recognition of National Black History Month.
The Roswell Police Department will be plunging into a frigid Lake Acworth this year to raise money for Special Olympics Georgia.
Roswell Mayor Lori Henry is proposing $800,000 in COVID-19 relief grants for Roswell residents and brick-and-mortar businesses.
Roswell Police Detectives say they have arrested Jason Hall, 36, of Roswell, for the murder of 36-year-old Kelly Vucelich of Roswell.
On Jan. 9 at approximately 12:12 a.m., Roswell dispatch received a call regarding a group of people fighting in the parking lot outside La Parranda Mexican Bar and Grill at 1085 Holcomb Bridge Rd.
More than 40 Fairy Houses and Gnome Homes will line the woodland trails at the Chattahoochee Nature Center until Feb. 28, as a part of the Enchanted Woodland Trails Special Exhibit.
Local nonprofit Sunshine on a Ranney Day and interior design firm Crosby Design Group are teaming up to provide families with children with special need a little bit of sunshine on rainy days.
The worst year in recent history is finally over. If 2016 was a “dumpster fire,” 2020 was a landfill explosion. These 366 days have at once felt like an eternity and a flash. The novel coronavirus, COVID-19, hit the U.S. hard in March and hit harder as the months trickled by, becoming a full…
North Fulton Community Charities’ annual holiday programs served over 1,000 families benefiting over 3,000 children.
Nine local senior standouts sealed their college commitments in ink during the NCAA’s early signing period for high school football players Dec. 16 through 18, according to their coaches.
North Fulton Community Charities is raising money through its Growing with Purpose capital campaign to fund much-needed renovations to existing facilities that house its food pantry and the NFCC Thrift Shop, and the construction of a new two-story 18,000 sq. ft.
Roswell Chief of Police James Conroy discussed how the department has handled unrest between law enforcement and citizens this year, as well as the department’s goals for the next 12 months.
The holidays look and feel a little different this year, so we have compiled a list of must-see Christmas light installations around north Fulton.
Roswell Arts Fund is installing Roswell in Print, an outdoor photography exploration in three parts designed to highlight the diverse characteristics of the city of Roswell.
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