Following the first hearing held under Alpharetta’s revised 2018 Ethics Ordinance, city officials are pondering some big changes they hope will strengthen and streamline the ethics complaint and hearing process.
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Alpharetta to reexamine Ethics Board procedures

By ALEXANDER POPP

Following the first hearing held under Alpharetta’s revised 2018 Ethics Ordinance, city officials are pondering some big changes they hope will strengthen and streamline the ethics complaint and hearing process.

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Milton Police: Reports of Cambridge High shooting are false

By ALEXANDER POPP

Police say news of an active shooter at Cambridge High School in Milton is false. While the school was in lockdown, officers completed a sweep and secured the property. Similar hoax threats were reported at schools across Georgia. 

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At bond discussion, Roswell resident raises safety concerns

At a Nov. 28 city council meeting which began with discussion of the $180 million bond for parks, public safety and downtown parking, one resident shared the story of 64-year-old Hussein Esmail, whose body was discovered last week in an East Roswell pond.  (Read)

Historical Milton house makes 2023 ‘Places in Peril’ list

The McConnell-Chadwick House in Milton, along Arnold Mill Road, is one of three Fulton County locations to make the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation's annual list of 10 ‘Places in Peril." (Read)

The Recovery Village Atlanta now open in Roswell

The Recovery Village Atlanta now open in Roswell (Read)

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Opinion: Charles Mansell was a hero among us, Part 1

By BOB MEYERS

Sometimes heroes live among us without our knowing their selfless, enduring acts. Charles Edwin Mansell, a farmer and World War II veteran, was such a person. Here's his story, from Appen columnist Bob Meyers. 

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The Recovery Village Atlanta now open in Roswell

The Recovery Village Atlanta now open in Roswell (Read)

Dunwoody highlights public art for arts and culture month

Dunwoody celebrated this year’s Arts and Culture Month by calling attention to public art recently unveiled in the city, including the Green Light Art project, the “Forest for the Trees” mural, the “Flower Goddess” mural and the Grounded Growth sculpture. (Read)

Alpharetta American Legion to hit 12,000 packages sent

American Legion Post 201 in Alpharetta is about to hit an important milestone – nearing a total of 12,000 packages sent to military members overseas. (Read)

Cafe Landmark connects guests to Ukraine culture

Cafe Landmark, tucked into a shopping center on Jones Bridge Road with an unassuming facade, provides comfort for patrons who long for what they’ve had to leave behind. (Read)

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