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.
Roswell High School Japanese Language teacher Seiko Onuki has been named the 2020 Japanese Teacher of the Year for K-12 by the Georgia Association of Teachers of Japanese.
King’s Ridge Christian School has selected Dr. Edward Spurka as its new head of secondary education beginning the 2020-2021 school year.
Roswell police are searching for Transito Osbely Chilel-Francisco, 38, who they say attacked his pregnant girlfriend and her 3-year-old son.
As part of the Oxbo Road/SR-9 Intersection realignment project, Oxbo Road from SR-9 to Pleasant Hill Street will be closed for approximately two months.
Roswell High School Principal Dr. Robert Shaw and Athletic Director Ben Sutter are pleased to announce that Chris Prewett will be taking over the helm as Head Football Coach for the Hornets.
A previously approved 90 day moratorium on accepting and processing applications from apartment developers has received a 45 day extension.
CBD Store and More, a new cannabidiol provider on Roswell's Canton Street, is opening its doors to the public online and in person, enacting strict safety protocols to ensure the health of the community.
In conjunction with and enforcement of Governor Brian Kemp’s April 8 Executive Order, which extends the statewide shelter-in-place order through 11:59 p.m. on April 30, Roswell Mayor Lori Henry has extended her own COVID-19 Executive Order.
Sen. John Albers (R - Roswell) will hold his fourth town hall conference call Thursday, April 9 at 3 p.m. to provide an update on the coronavirus crisis and outline resources available to Georgians.
Roswell's newly formed School Meals Program served over one thousand meals to students in need during its first week of operation.
Wild Slice Pizza owners Mike and Cristy Thomas are on a mission to feed local school children who are now without food due to school closings.
Consistent with public health recommendations to help slow the spread of COVID-19 through “social distancing” measures, the city of Roswell is closing all indoor City facilities to the public until further notice and cancelling events through May 10 and all public meetings through March 29.