Fall festival season in full swing in south Fulton
by Noreen Cochran
03:34 PM, Tuesday, September 16
South Fulton cities are ready to welcome residents and visitors to the signature autumn events highlighting the municipalities’ charms. In Hapeville, this weekend’s event is a birthday celebration. “The city of Hapeville will celebrate its 123rd y...

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