Local doctor performs state’s first robotic kidney...
by Staff Reports
06:33 PM, Monday, October 20
Dr. Scott Miller, a urologist with Georgia Urology’s Northside Tower robotics office in Sandy Springs, earlier this month performed Georgia’s first robotic kidney removal using Intuitive Surgical’s da Vinci Xi surgical system. The system is an adv...

Latest Headlines

Neighborhood watch: Good Samaritan has wallet stolen, Pure...
Recent police reports of note. All reports were supplied by local police departments. FORCED ENTRY: A Roswell residen...
11:00 AM, Wednesday, June 18
full story
Stultz faces Thayer for Cobb Post 2 school board seat
Tim Stultz, the Post 2 school board member for Cobb County, will face Susan Thayer July 22 in the Republican primary ...
10:50 AM, Wednesday, June 18
full story
Southern Jam brings ‘70s back to Roswell
This Saturday, Roswell High School graduates from the 1970s are invited to a 70s-style party at the Doubletree Hotel ...
10:48 AM, Wednesday, June 18
full story
No changes to proposed Roswell property tax rate at second...
Unless major changes are made at next week’s budget reading, the property tax rate in Roswell will remain locked at 5...
10:41 AM, Wednesday, June 18
full story
Cosmetic surgery center next to Vantage Point condos approved
A new cosmetic surgery center will be locating to Haynes Bridge Road, near Rainwater Drive. At Monday’s city council ...
10:39 AM, Wednesday, June 18
full story
Roswell Dance Theatre participates in international dance ...
Students from the Roswell Dance Theatre, the performing company of the Tolbert Yilmaz School of Dance, will represent...
10:30 AM, Wednesday, June 18
full story
Beer festival, 5K converge on downtown Alpharetta
Alpharetta resident Bob Marinich said he enjoys participating in races, but about five years ago he decided he wanted...
10:25 AM, Wednesday, June 18
full story
Sheriff’s summer camp gives children guidance
A popular, week-long summer camp program that aims to help Henry County kids have fun while also developing decision-...
01:43 PM, Tuesday, June 17
full story
School board approves $318M budget
The best news educators in Henry County have heard in the past several years was delivered during the Henry County sc...
01:39 PM, Tuesday, June 17
full story
Area vacation Bible schools combine fun, faith
School is out and with summer break also comes the beginning of many vacation Bible school programs throughout Henry ...
01:33 PM, Tuesday, June 17
full story
College Park CVB announces $13M economic impact
Under the new leadership of its president Cookie Smoak, the Meet College Park, Georgia convention and visitors bureau...
01:32 PM, Tuesday, June 17
full story
County to try again on auditor, budget advertising, zoning...
The Fulton County Board of Commissioners at its meeting today may vote on creating a county auditor position, adverti...
01:28 PM, Tuesday, June 17
full story
Fulton Fresh mobile farmers market begins
The fourth annual Fulton Fresh mobile farmers market program is bringing fresh fruits and vegetables to more location...
01:23 PM, Tuesday, June 17
full story
Festival to feature BBQ cookoff, benefit vet groups
Professional barbecuers will compete as part of an event to benefit area military assistance groups Friday and Saturd...
01:19 PM, Tuesday, June 17
full story
Four seeking school board seat, proposed budget up 5 perce...
Four south Paulding residents, including the person who recently vacated the position, are seeking appointment to the...
01:15 PM, Tuesday, June 17
full story

Popular Stories

Weekend concert to benefit young girl facing terminal disorder by James Swift
jswift@neighbornewspapers.com

Fall festivals abound in north Fulton by Morgan Wilson

Column: Doc Holliday lived big, bold life by Loran Smith
Columnist

Local author schools businesses on social media practices by James Swift
jswift@neighbornewspapers.com

Recent Comments

« K Lynn wrote on Thursday, Oct 16 at 11:52 AM »
« Michael Schlossberg wrote on Thursday, Oct 16 at 11:28 AM »
« William Paulk wrote on Thursday, Oct 16 at 12:15 AM »
« Kirk Lunde wrote on Wednesday, Oct 15 at 12:32 PM »