Johns Creek City Councilman John Bradberry pens a letter to the editor outlining his vision and priorities for the city in 2021.
The City of Dunwoody doesn’t have an official role in the COVID-19 vaccine distribution, but it’s very important to me to stay informed and share what I learn with all of you.
For months now, my wife and I have walked the perimeter of Fowler Park and have observed from a distance the sports activities on the athletic fields every weekend. I say “from a distance” because we have become shadow people. We are elderly with preexisting conditions, so we attempt to avoi…
Our current plan is to start fresh with a 2021-22 season of live plays and musicals. We will continue to operate our classes online and in person when safe, and we’ll produce online programming.
As the holiday season approaches, it is a time of joy to be with friends and family that we may have not seen in a while. Also remember it can be a time of sorrow.
A letter in response to the article “White Forsyth man draws attention to support black cause”
As a long-time resident of Johns Creek, I’ve seen our community come together to support each other through the years. Now, more than ever, it is time to focus our collective energies to help families who are experiencing additional pressures due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Resiliency while fa…