North Fulton leaders say education, transportation...
by James Swift
jswift@neighbornewspapers.com
10:37 AM, Wednesday, April 01
At last Friday’s North Fulton Business Expo, an opening ceremony mishap may have demonstrated just how much the local economy has rebounded. Holding a pair of oversized scissors, Greater North Fulton Chamber of Commerce board president Ken Davis f...

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