Shredding event set for Saturday at Douglas County...
by Bill Baldowski
03:56 PM, Friday, April 24
Douglasville’s Georgia’s Own Credit Union is again taking the lead in south metro’s effort to “go green”. The credit union’s office at 5895 Stewart Parkway is the only location on the Southside hosting a free “shredding event,” which is scheduled ...

Latest Headlines

Atlanta Police grapple with repeat offenders
Although crime is down about 13 percent in Buckhead compared to last year and down about 11 percent throughout the en...
02:54 PM, Friday, June 13
full story
Atlanta Contemporary Art Center names new leader
The Atlanta Contemporary Art Center in west Midtown Friday announced the appointment of Julie Delliquanti as its new ...
02:41 PM, Friday, June 13
full story
Roswell processing permits, payments system will be down T...
Due to software upgrades in the City of Roswell’s Community Development Department and Finance Department, a number s...
04:59 PM, Thursday, June 12
full story
Rep. Price opts not to pursue key leadership post 
Republican Rep. Tom Price of Georgia has decided not to seek a top leadership position in the House after Majority Le...
04:00 PM, Thursday, June 12
full story
ChatComm seeking public comment on accreditation
The Chattahoochee River 911 Authority (ChatComm) is seeking accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation for La...
03:16 PM, Thursday, June 12
full story
Ruth's Chris Steak House moves to Alpharetta from Sandy Sp...
Ruth’s Chris Steak House will move its existing Sandy Springs restaurant to Alpharetta this fall. Franchisees Jim Bro...
03:04 PM, Thursday, June 12
full story
City of Johns Creek holds property tax hearings
The city of Johns Creek is currently in the process of establishing its 2014 millage rate and has set three hearings ...
02:39 PM, Thursday, June 12
full story
Johns Creek appoints interim city attorneys
The Johns Creek City Council appointed Richard Carothers and E. Ronald Bennett, Jr. of the law firm Carothers & Mitch...
02:33 PM, Thursday, June 12
full story
DeKalb graduates honored for overcoming adversity, receive...
A group of local teenagers, who have suffered difficult circumstances in their young lives, recently gathered for the...
12:42 PM, Thursday, June 12
full story
State's eighth-graders fare better on CRCT
The percentage of Georgia’s eighth-graders exceeding standards in all content-area Criterion-Referenced Competency Te...
10:59 AM, Thursday, June 12
full story
Local restaurants, chamber form alliance
Local restaurateurs and officials are banding together to make the city a prime location on the food map. The initiat...
10:25 AM, Thursday, June 12
full story
Police reports of note from the Atlanta Police Department Zone 2, which includes Buckhead, May 25 through 31, and the...
10:18 AM, Thursday, June 12
full story
Atlanta Public Schools accepting hardship transfers
Atlanta Public Schools announced Wednesday it will accept hardship transfer applications until June 20 for the 2014-1...
05:29 PM, Wednesday, June 11
full story
Fulton County mails property assessment notices
02:31 PM, Wednesday, June 11
full story
Atlanta History Center spending $21.1M to redesign facility
The Atlanta History Center in Buckhead last month announced the completion of its $21.1 million capital campaign. The...
02:20 PM, Wednesday, June 11
full story

Popular Stories

Alpharetta's Food Truck Alley returns next week by James Swift

Urban Escape Games brings unique experience to Alpharetta by James Swift

Inaugural Farm Fair set for Saturday in Roswell by James Swift

Column: Near city center, soul of Sandy Springs is alive, well by Thornton Kennedy
Neighbor Newspapers Columnist

Column: Can there be too much of a good thing? by Lauretta Hannon

Fulton County DA: heroin problem at ‘outrageous level’ by James Swift

Sen. Brandon Beach rallies for north Fulton MARTA expansion by James Swift

Despite affluence, student poverty an issue in Roswell by James Swift

Recent Comments

« K. Atlanta wrote on Thursday, Apr 23 at 07:57 AM »
« just trust me wrote on Thursday, Apr 23 at 01:10 AM »
« L. Lee wrote on Thursday, Apr 23 at 12:09 AM »