Roswell Historic and Cultural Affairs Manager bids...
by James Swift
02:43 PM, Friday, February 27
Long-time city employee Morgan Timmis will say goodbye to Roswell on Monday. The Historic and Cultural Affairs Manager of 15 years said she is retiring early to fulfill her lifelong dream of serving in the Peace Corps. She begins a 27-month tour i...

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