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County Administrator Eric Linton will leave Douglas County to become Dunwoody city manager, according to a news relea...
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Pet of the Week: Dempsey
Furkids presents Dempsey for the pet of the week spotlight. Dempsey is an adorable yellow and white tabby male who is...
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New business takes custom home building to next level
When drawing up the blueprints for its new Design Center in Alpharetta, Vice President of Research and Marketing Caro...
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With delivery service, Alpharetta sisters take over takeout
The Sumpter sisters said their food delivery service was born out of a love for entrepreneurialism — and veggie burge...
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Alpharetta promotes local holiday shopping with rewards pr...
The city of Alpharetta has partnered with Rately, an Alpharetta-based shopping browser, to promote local shopping thi...
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Roswell breaks ground on new therapeutic pool facility
Subfreezing temperatures were not going to keep Roswell Ramblers President Bettye Prescott from attending the officia...
01:52 PM, Monday, November 24
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Fulton rejects renewal bids by two local academies
At a meeting last Thursday, the county board of education voted unanimously to reject renewal petitions from two char...
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Roswell's Theo Keyserling among top business leaders
Theo Keyserling finds herself in exclusive company. Alongside heavy hitters such as Usher Raymond, Telemundo Atlanta ...
01:36 PM, Monday, November 24
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Alpharetta unveils master plan
Kimley-Horn and Associates urban designer Eric Bosman made it clear that Alpharetta’s downtown master plan, which was...
01:17 PM, Monday, November 24
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‘Vacation’ ending, more film projects on horizon at Pauldi...
A high-profile movie is nearing completion of filming at Atlanta Film Studios in Hiram and could be replaced immediat...
02:03 PM, Friday, November 21
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Paulding air show planned for return in May after year hiatus
Paulding air show organizers are planning for a May performance at Silver Comet Field after not organizing one last m...
01:45 PM, Friday, November 21
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Congressman says Obama ‘defies voters’ with immigration plan
District 14 U.S. Rep. Tom Graves, R-Calhoun, said last week President Barack Obama’s executive orders to halt the dep...
01:32 PM, Friday, November 21
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AAA predicts 1.3 million Georgians traveling for Thanksgiving
Tampa, Fla.-based AAA Travel Thursday announced it projects 46.3 million Americans will journey 50 miles or more from...
10:36 AM, Thursday, November 20
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Commissioners clash over retreat boycott
County Commissioner Ann Jones Guider drew fire from fellow commissioners recently for her decision to leave a budget ...
06:58 PM, Wednesday, November 19
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ARC honors city, West Broad project
A private developer has undertaken a project designed to revitalize what he said had been a blighted area of downtown...
06:49 PM, Wednesday, November 19
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