A forum hosted by the Roswell Woman’s Club, Roswell NEXT and League of Women Voters of Atlanta-Fulton drew people from all over town and nearby cities for the chance to meet with the City Council and mayoral candidates one last time before Election Day, Nov. 2.
The City of Milton has wrapped up more than a year-long effort to create a comprehensive plan which outlines goals and measurable action items for the next two decades.
Roswell has been holding a series of public information meetings to help voters understand what the TSPLOST renewal is and how it would generated revenue to support future transportation projects. The first in-person meeting was held Oct. 6.
Officers say a member of the whites-only gang was arrested with 8.5 pounds of synthetic cannabinoids, 1.5 ounces of meth and 14 grams of heroin in his hotel room. They suspect he was mailing drug-infused paper to contacts within the prison system.
Randy Knighton has been selected to fill the position of Roswell City Administrator.
The Roswell City Council voted unanimously Sept. 27 to fund the Department of Parks, Recreation, Historic and Cultural Affairs’ five-year master plan and maintenance.
After months of negotiations, the cities of Roswell and Mountain Park have reached a new public safety service agreement.
An independent investigation has determined that delays and millions of dollars in cash settlements for the Oxbo Road realignment project was the result of 15 years of mismanagement by Roswell city staff.
Owners of E. 48th Street Market Charlie and Anita Augello celebrated the business’ 35th anniversary Thursday, Sept. 30, by holding an open house complete with wine, music and finger foods.