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For the Rev. David Kenley, 30 years an ordained Disciples of Christ minister, it has been a long road to pastoring Johns Creek Christian Church... [Read More]
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Gov. Nathan Deal was on hand to cut the ribbon Nov. 9 for a $97 million expansion of Alcon, Johns Creek's leading eye care manufacturing... [Read More]
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Gov. Nathan Deal was on hand to cut the ribbon Nov. 9 for a $97 million expansion of Alcon, Johns Creek's leading eye care manufacturing... [Read More]
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North Atlanta's best did truly gather Nov. 9 at the Metropolitan Club for the 2017 Best of North Atlanta awards presented by Appen Media Group.... [Read More]
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The Johns Creek Chamber of Commerce has grown tremendously in the last six years of its short life, due in no small part to its... [Read More]
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The Johns Creek City Council recently received an update on the city's Comprehensive Plan to check what changes citizen feedback has made. The Johns... [Read More]
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Once upon a time, in a land now lost in time, there was a man named Marshal McLuhan who wrote a book (1964) called "Understanding... [Read More]
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Thomas Fellows is a young software salesman who has written a slim volume about helping yourself with a very old piece of advice. Fellows'... [Read More]
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HomeStretch, the Roswell-based nonprofit, knows why people say the organization gives them the ability to thrive. It simply means this self-help program not only... [Read More]
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Incumbent City Council members Stephanie Endres, Lennie Zaprowski and Mayor Mike Bodker were returned to office in the Nov. 7 city elections but there is... [Read More]
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The Secretary of State's Office announced Nov. 3 it has initiated a formal investigation into an allegation of vote-buying in the City of Milton. ... [Read More]
The cream of the Atlanta region's leadership met Nov. 3 at the Atlanta World Congress Center to celebrate recent successes and take a hard look... [Read More]
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Alpharetta City employees gathered Oct. 23 in City Hall to say goodbye to a co-worker and true friend, Barbara Pirolt. Pirolt was retiring after... [Read More]
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Fulton County's attempt to resolve the furor over recent property assessments by reverting back to 2016 values has drawn the ire of the Georgia Department... [Read More]
When the Godfather in the Francis Ford Coppola movie is looking for some political help, he tells a lieutenant not to use one of his... [Read More]
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Fulton County Vice Chairman Robert Ellis organized an opioid summit of sorts Oct. 30 at Chattahoochee High School to present the facts about opioid addiction... [Read More]
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Why does a man like Omar de Frias give up a $200,000 a year job as a project analyst for NASA to go hawk cigars?... [Read More]
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For the second year, the Milton Tour of Homes has had a sell-out for its tour to benefit the Friends of Milton Library. Dubbed... [Read More]
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The sixth annual Johns Creek Arts Festival Oct. 21-22 shows the event keeps gaining in popularity every year. Thousands flocked to see, hear and taste... [Read More]
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The Oct. 17 Johns Creek City Council debates were about to begin when mayoral candidate Alex Marchetti came to the stage to announce he was... [Read More]
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