Dismissing a challenge from Clifford Martin, Alpharetta City Clerk Erin Cobb has determined that local realtor Donna Murphy is eligible to run for City Council Post 1.
Steve Olesnevich was sitting at the American Legion Post 201 when he saw news of the 13 service members killed in Afghanistan. Moved, he decided to place 13 crosses in their honor in front of the building.
Milton settled a condemnation action Sept. 8 for property at the intersection of Hopewell Road and Bethany Bend. The city will pay Donald Stepanek $79,510 for the acquisition.
A police chase early Sunday morning, Sept. 12, ended with the death of a man after crashing and being ejected from a vehicle in the area of Holcomb Bridge Road and Scott Road.
An Atlanta real estate investment company has purchased the DoubleTree by Hilton Atlanta Roswell hotel for $13.75 million. RADCO Companies is planning to modernize and upgrade the hotel for an additional cost of about $6.25 million.
With economic growth showing no signs of slowing down in Dunwoody, officials have begun looking at ways to help its suburban and urban areas coexist. In July, the city issued a request for a consultant who would create a vision, known as Dunwoody Edge City 2.0.
Milton High School honored the lives lost on Sept. 11, 2001, as well as the heroism of the survivors with a special 20th-anniversary memorial service Friday, Sept. 10.
Stan Kubis, a Roswell resident since 2013, is one of three new additions to the leadership team at the YMCA of Metro Atlanta. As the Y’s chief technology officer, Kubis leads the organization’s technology strategy and daily operations.
Police Chief Rich Austin is here to stay. The City of Milton announced Aug. 10 Austin had accepted a police chief’s position in Burlington, North Carolina, but family circumstances have caused Austin to reconsider the move.
Despite his age, Charlie Kelly can draw from memory nearly any story you want to hear, having grown up during World War II and later serving in the Korean War.