Johnson challenging Hill for District 6 Senate seat
by Nicole Dow
12:06 AM, Wednesday, October 22
Democratic candidate Antron Johnson, a business owner seeking political office for the first time, will challenge District 6 State Sen. Hunter Hill for his seat in the Nov. 4 general election. The district includes Vinings and portions of Brookhav...

Latest Headlines

Congressman to speak to Paulding business group Thursday
District 14 U.S. Rep. Tom Graves, R-Calhoun, is scheduled to speak to the Paulding Business Association Thursday, Oct...
03:10 PM, Tuesday, October 07
full story
Youth Day celebration set for this Saturday
This weekend, Roswell celebrates Frances McGahee Youth Day with a whole host of activities, including a 5K run, a par...
03:08 PM, Tuesday, October 07
full story
New trucking firm to be based in Dallas Industrial Park
Turn4 Logistics LLC, a new flatbed trucking company, has selected Paulding County for its base of operations, Pauldin...
03:00 PM, Tuesday, October 07
full story
David Perdue speaks before Greater North Fulton Chamber of...
U.S. Senate hopeful David Perdue made an appearance at a Greater North Fulton Chamber of Commerce event in Alpharetta...
02:45 PM, Tuesday, October 07
full story
Price, Montigel square off on election issues
On Nov. 4, Georgia’s sixth congressional district — consisting of a wide swath across east Cobb, north Fulton and nor...
02:39 PM, Tuesday, October 07
full story
Council debates conduct rules
It was not the usual Roswell City Council work session meeting place or the usual city council public hearing. Mayor ...
02:37 PM, Tuesday, October 07
full story
Milton High choral director wins education award
Along with nine other educators from Fulton County and Atlanta public school systems, Drew Bowers, Milton High School...
02:31 PM, Tuesday, October 07
full story
Alpharetta goes unplugged for songwriters festival
Six-string sentimentalists and acoustic aficionados certainly have a good reason to be in Alpharetta on Oct. 18. From...
02:17 PM, Tuesday, October 07
full story
Atlanta Public Schools names new chief academic officer
The Atlanta Board of Education Monday voted to accept Superintendent Meria J. Carstarphen’s recommendation to hire Ca...
11:22 AM, Tuesday, October 07
full story
UPDATED: Local high schools’ SAT scores mixed
(UPDATED TUESDAY AT 3:55 P.M. WITH COMPARISON OF THIS YEAR'S SCHOOL-LEVEL SCORES TO THE 2013 ONES) Local high schools...
10:57 AM, Tuesday, October 07
full story
UnaPop uses selfies as new consumer-driven ad technique
If there is one thing social media is flooded with these days, its selfies. The trend of taking a photo of yourself w...
10:03 AM, Tuesday, October 07
full story
Super Run comes to Brook Run Park in Dunwoody
On Sunday a crowd of superheroes will pack Brook Run Park in Dunwoody for a good cause. No, it will not be to fight c...
09:35 AM, Tuesday, October 07
full story
Ellis takes the stand; jury hears taped recordings during ...
Last week, the jury in the ongoing State vs. Burrell Ellis court case heard from the defendant himself as he testifie...
09:33 AM, Tuesday, October 07
full story
IN THE ZONE: Art studio aims to increase creative learning
A former DeKalb County teacher has brought her passion for keeping art and creativity in learning for adults and chil...
09:24 AM, Tuesday, October 07
full story
Atlanta City Council expands stopping discrimination
The Atlanta City Council Monday approved an ordinance expanding efforts to eliminate discrimination against potential...
04:39 PM, Monday, October 06
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

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 »