Law enforcement officials, including the Dunwoody Police Department, raised more than $191,000 for the Special Olympics at the 2023 Freezing' for a Reason Polar Plunge.
Family members of those buried at Macedonia gathered there Feb. 18 and heard from Johns Creek Historical Society members about the cemetery’s history.
Around 50 people attended a “Meet the Press” event hosted by Appen Media at July Moon Bakery Feb. 22. Residents, communication professionals and newsmakers gathered to hear from the newsroom for their first public event of 2023.
Milton Mayor Peyton Jamison covered a lot of ground in his “State of the City” speech Feb. 15 at City Hall.
Before the Roswell retreat began, city officials posted an agenda that listed the scheduled attendees and dates of the trip. Upon arrival in Opelika, attendees received a more detailed schedule.
Iris Sherman didn't have a pulse by the time Milton firefighters got to the scene. Their quick work saved her life and on Feb. 8 she was able to visit Station 44 and thank them in person.
Renderings presented to the Sandy Springs City Council Feb. 7 show how the Police Department Headquarters on Morgan Falls Road will be expanded. Officials said the new facility will one day include the city Municipal Courthouse and room for future expansion.
Saturday was the fifth annual Polar Bear Plunge, a fundraising event hosted by the Alpharetta Rotary Club. It was 34 degrees outside, but that didn’t stop 29 teams from taking the plunge at Wills Park Pool.
During the weekend city planning retreat, Johns Creek Assistant City Manager Kimberly Greer guided a walking tour Jan. 28 meant to provide the City Council with some parallels and inspiration to take back home.
Gadgets line most of the walls and are tucked into every crevice inside Roswell Firelabs. Loads of industrial-grade equipment are separated into rooms categorized by purpose, like woodworking, metalworking, laser cutting, 3D-printing and a glass and sculpture space.