A woman who says she was assaulted and drugged at a Roswell home called 911 and was rescued by police Tuesday.
Qualifying for Alpharetta concluded yesterday, but Roswell and Milton are still seeing candidates qualify. For Roswell and Milton, municipal elections are coming to a close, and so far the following candidates have qualified:
Qualifying for Roswell, Milton and Alpharetta municipal elections are in full swing, and so far the following candidates have qualified:
Roswell Rotary and the city of Roswell will once again host the Sept. 11 Memorial Service on Wednesday, Sept. 11. to reflect on the innocent lives lost.
Although the computer age has brought enjoyment and entertainment to people with the click of a mouse, metro Atlanta residents are turning back to the oldest but most enduring form of pleasure: communing with nature along the Chattahoochee River.
A Roswell man accused of possessing methamphetamine with a street value of up to $67,250 is in the Cobb County jail without bond on two felony drugs charges and a misdemeanor count of obstructing police.
The 2018 prep football season for public schools in North Fulton saw one squad reach the ultimate achievement in a state championship while others continued their growth with postseason appearances.
Sunshine on a Ranney Day, a local nonprofit that does home makeovers for kids with long-term illnesses, revealed its 100th Home Makeover on Aug. 3 for Bennett and Lacey Key.
Now that school has returned and leaves beginning to change, temperatures will begin to drop as summer comes to a close. Despite the change of season, Roswell still offers several affordable fall festivities to celebrate the upcoming season.
For the third consecutive year, the city of Roswell has been awarded an AmeriCorps grant to support local youth in three area elementary schools, and is searching for volunteers to help with the program.
Roswell’s newest restaurant, Shanghai Street Food and Bar has only been open for five weeks and already has customers yearning for more of its localized authenticity.
Roswell Department of Transportation and the Georgia Department of Transportation are in the process of improving safety and traffic flow along Highway 9/Atlanta Street and Azalea Drive as part of the Historic Gateway Project.
Roswell city council is pushing for extended and Saturday voting hours for the upcoming November election, despite Fulton County's efforts to reduce the number of polling places, hours and days.
Former DeKalb County chief of police James W. Conroy will step up to serve as Roswell’s new chief of police beginning in July.
North Fulton Community Charities is collecting new backpacks and school supplies for their annual Back to School program presented by Northside Hospital.
Sandy Springs-based Visiting Nurse | Hospice Atlanta recently received a donation of $47,000 from the Cardinal Rock Charitable Foundation, raised through the 2019 Brookhaven Wealth Management Charity Golf Classic and Fundraiser at Ansley Golf Club — Settindown in Roswell. Hospice Atlanta, wh…
Fulton County has announced its contractor, John D. Stephens Inc., has started constructing a new sewer main through Sandy Springs that will connect a pump station in Roswell to facilities in Cobb County.
The Atlanta Blaze launched as an expansion franchise in the Major Lacrosse League (MLL) in 2016 and held its home contests at Fifth Third Bank Stadium in Kennesaw through its first three seasons.
Roswell City Council voted unanimously at the July 8 meeting to be able to designate specific areas of downtown for on-street paid parking.
North Fulton voters may get a repeat of 2018’s Georgia’s house of representative race for district 48 if returning candidate Betty Price and Rep. Mary Robichaux face off during the 2020 race.
Roswell city council approved the rezoning of the former SuperTarget in East Roswell to become a multi-use development with residential and commercial aspects.
Roswell has received a draft of the police department assessment conducted by the Center for Public Safety Management. The draft is available online now, and a final report will be presented to city council at a July meeting.
Rescue organization Furkids will be teaming up with the Petco Foundation to recognize local fostering volunteers and host a foster event June 29 at the Holcomb Bridge Petco in East Roswell.
HomeAid Atlanta brought volunteers from Overhead Door Company of Atlanta to the future site of The Drake Closet’s Alpharetta location to renovate the space which will open in August.
Harrison Lewis of Milton High School and Jessi Kirtley of Roswell High School will be traveling to New York City to compete in the 2019 Jimmy Awards on June 24.
The conclusion of the 2018-19 academic calendar provides time to review the accomplishments of the north Fulton prep programs on the field.
The local volunteer-lead organization, Toolbox, works with Roswell elementary school students to give them construction skills and confidence to carry with them after school.
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.
The city of Roswell is launching Together Roswell, “a robust community-engagement effort to develop Roswell’s first-ever citywide strategic plan,” according to a June 3 announcement.
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.
A body found May 29, at the Atlantic Newtown Apartments off Nesbit Ferry Road has been identified as Mercedes Chico-Sims, who was reported missing in Johns Creek.
Ryan Williams and Paul Roark of Roswell High School were awarded a $500 tennis scholarship on behalf of the Roswell Community Tennis Association.
Michael David Quinn of Roswell, one of two Roswell men arrested during the multi-state child exploitation operation, is a registered sex offender, police reports show.
The Roswell Police Department, with the support of the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office, is asking the public to help to generate new leads for the 1988 homicide of Joshua Harmon.