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ROSWELL, Ga. — Fulton County residents have the opportunity in the coming weeks to add their voice for the future of local transit. Four scenarios for the future of transit were presented Jan. … more
JOHNS CREEK, Ga. – Before commencement of their first formal meeting in over a month, the Johns Creek City Council had three members sworn in Monday evening. The ceremony marked the beginning of … more
ALPHARETTA, Ga. – Fulton County is kicking off a final series of open houses this month to gather the public’s input on the future of transit. The meetings are the third and final phase in … more
Now that the holidays are over, residents may be wondering what to do with their trees. more
Neighbors, Happy New Year to all! Another year is complete and so much has happened both within our exceptional city and in surrounding cities and counties as well. As this rapid pace continues, … more
JOHNS CREEK, Ga. – The Johns Creek Public Works Department recently finished its third round of a four-year program to repave its neighborhood streets. Repaving crews resurfaced 22.76 miles of … more
JOHNS CREEK, Ga. – John Bradberry, a small business owner and community activist, won the Post 3 seat on the Johns Creek City Council. Bradberry defeated challenger Vicki Horton in the Dec. 5 … more
FULTON COUNTY, Ga. — Fulton County residents who want to use their property taxes as a deduction on their 2017 income taxes will need to pay early this year or risk losing out. Homeowners were … more
JOHNS CREEK, Ga. – Army veteran Hank Haegerich is another ex-G.I. lost in the Veterans Administration’s vast maze (or is it malaise). He keeps hitting the “reset button” but winding up just … more
JOHNS CREEK, Ga. – A $34,000 repair bill for a Ferrari damaged going over a speed hump on Buice Road has energized the Johns Creek City Council to replace all seven of the traffic control devices … more
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