East Point city councilwoman named to national com...
by Neighbor Staff
03:54 PM, Monday, March 30
East Point City Councilwoman Deana Holiday Ingraham has been appointed to the National League of Cities’ 2015 Community and Economic Development Steering Committee as well as to the Youth Education, and Families Council. The Community and Economic...

Latest Headlines

Roswell Beer Festival to benefit Starhouse Foundation
The Roswell Beer Festival has grown immensely over the last three years. “We’ve gone from 400 people to 1,500 people,...
01:25 PM, Wednesday, March 11
full story
Donations sought for Alpharetta veterans memorial
The seven-foot soldier in sculptor Kevin Chambers’ backyard studio towers over Alpharetta City Councilman Donald Mitc...
01:20 PM, Wednesday, March 11
full story
Hapeville offers free screening of 'This Ain't No Mouse Mu...
Movie buffs can meet the women behind the cameras and find out what they have in common with musicians Bonnie Raitt, ...
10:15 AM, Wednesday, March 11
full story
College Park to fill vacant city council seat Tuesday
The city of College Park on Tuesday will try to fill the seat made vacant by the Nov. 4 death of long-time Ward 4 Cit...
10:02 AM, Wednesday, March 11
full story
Weather delaying work on two major Paulding projects
Recent icy weather has contributed to delaying work on two major county projects, the county engineer told commission...
09:36 AM, Wednesday, March 11
full story
Fulton County Republican Party to elect new officers
The Fulton County Republican Party will host its 2015 election Saturday during its convention Saturday at 9 a.m. at t...
09:36 AM, Wednesday, March 11
full story
Mandl named president and CEO of Emory Healthcare
Emory University President James Wagner recently announced the appointment of Michael J. Mandl to the position of pre...
09:34 AM, Wednesday, March 11
full story
Agriculture commissioner: Many moved to Paulding because o...
Many residents likely chose to remain or move to Paulding because of its rural heritage, the state agriculture commis...
09:13 AM, Wednesday, March 11
full story
Hiram planning March 31 groundbreaking for downtown project
The Hiram City Council is planning a March 31 groundbreaking for a construction project that may lead to redevelopmen...
08:31 AM, Wednesday, March 11
full story
Voters to cast ballots on $250M in Atlanta projects
Residents across the city of Atlanta, including Buckhead, are voting Tuesday on the city’s 20-year, $252.5 million in...
07:39 AM, Wednesday, March 11
full story
Obama calls for more rights for struggling student borrowe...
Issuing a clarion call to Americans saddled by student debt, President Barack Obama urged student borrowers Tuesday t...
03:38 PM, Tuesday, March 10
full story
The Epstein School names new leader
The Epstein School in Sandy Springs Wednesday announced David Abusch-Magder, Ph.D., will be the new head of school ef...
03:17 PM, Tuesday, March 10
full story
Fulton Co. extends arts application deadline
The deadline to submit applications is now March 18 at 4:45 p.m. for municipalities seeking funding from the Fulton C...
02:42 PM, Tuesday, March 10
full story
Palmetto students to welcome new sidewalk, crosswalk Wed.
Palmetto Elementary School students, teachers and staff and Georgia Department of Transportation representatives will...
02:38 PM, Tuesday, March 10
full story
Safe Routes to School projects completed in Henry County
Children walking to schools in six different locations in Henry County now have an easier and safer way to get there ...
01:47 PM, Tuesday, March 10
full story

Popular Stories

Taqueria Tsunami opens shop in Roswell by James Swift
jswift@neighbornewspapers.com

New Peruvian restaurant rolls into Roswell by James Swift
jswift@neighbornewspapers.com

Guest column: Why metro moms want more school choice by Sheila Caldwell, Ulanda Whitaker and Lisa Young Smith West
Guest Columnists

Recent Comments

« danielle4hair wrote on Thursday, Mar 19 at 03:13 PM »
« KDaisy wrote on Thursday, Mar 19 at 02:13 PM »
« Jennifer Burrough wrote on Thursday, Mar 19 at 09:09 AM »
« Allie F. wrote on Wednesday, Mar 18 at 10:59 AM »