Facing a 25 percent rate increase from Republic Services, Alpharetta city leaders are scheduled to consider seeking bids on a new residential waste hauler.
Alpharetta American Legion Post 201 has announced it has begun accepting applications for its 2021 college scholarship program for graduating high school seniors.
The Roswell City Council held a special called meeting Feb. 17 to review a draft blueprint for the city’s future development.
New York Life Insurance Co., has taken ownership of North Point Mall in a $202 million deal with Brookfield Property Partners through a deed in lieu of foreclosure.
Alpharetta faces a new set of challenges in rebuilding its economy, but its campaign will be made easier by the gifts it has retained through the COVID pandemic.
As the coronavirus pandemic worsened throughout 2020, churches were left to figure out how to serve their congregations while staying safe. Many churches have cancelled in-person worship, moved online or are holding services outdoors.
The Roswell Fire Department is providing car seats and education to financially eligible families in North Fulton County to help ensure children are safe while riding in motor vehicles. The Fire Department was awarded the 2021 Car Seat Mini-Grant by the Georgia Department of Public Health, Injury Prevention Program.
City leaders are scheduled this week to lay plans for funding a host of pressing transportation needs in Alpharetta.
In 1971, a Roswell High School senior began working at Curtis 1000 as a stock handler. He worked his way up in the company and has become a versatile, valued employee. Bill Cristofanelli, 67, will soon retire from Curtis 1000 after 50 years of service.