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Bike Alpharetta holds ride of silence to commemorate bikers

ALPHARETTA, Ga. — Bike Alpharetta, a non-profit organization that promotes safe cycling, hosted its sixth Ride of Silence May 17. It is the longest-running Ride of Silence in Georgia and had 48 …

Alpharetta-Roswell

Fulton School budget tops $1B mark

FULTON COUNTY, Ga. - The budget for classroom-based expenditures in the Fulton County School System will top $1 billion in fiscal year 2018, with the …
Forsyth

Student population, teacher salary increase weigh on 2018 budget

FORSYTH COUNTY, Ga. — Forsyth County Schools are working to keep up with the county’s tremendous growth. At the May 16 board of education …
Johns Creek

Johns Creek High School math team third in national competition

JOHNS CREEK, Ga. – Participation in a prestigious national math competition has added up to a third-place finish and a $10,000 prize for five Johns …
Public Safety

Police investigating sexual assault in Wills Park

ALPHARETTA, Ga. — A man attempted to sexually assault a woman walking through Wills Park shortly before noon May 19, according to Alpharetta police. The woman had visited the park around 11:30 …

Fake returns hide shoplifting attempt

JOHNS CREEK, Ga. — An employee attempted to stop five suspects May 10 who were allegedly shoplifting after one distracted the employee with returns. About $600 worth of clothing was reported …

Car goes missing, found minutes later

JOHNS CREEK, Ga. — A woman reported a stolen car May 13 when her husband tried to take their daughter to her soccer game but could not find his car. Police located it the same day. At 8 a.m. …

Forsyth County Fire Department holds ceremony to honor firefighters

FORSYTH COUNTY, Ga. — On May 15, the Forsyth County fire department had a ceremony to present awards, promote two personnel and graduate its newest recruit class. Family, friends and fire …

Double murder convict pleads guilty

ROSWELL, Ga. — Jeffrey Hazelwood, the man accused of killing two teenagers in August 2016, has pleaded guilty but mentally ill. He was sentenced Wednesday, May 17 to life in jail without the …

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