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Many people now living in North Fulton County did not have the opportunity to know the late County Commissioner Dr. Robert E. Fulton. But they see the things he set in place for the county everywhere … more
You never know what you will learn if you get out of your comfort zone and see what other people are doing. For instance, I happened to take a trip over to the Chattahoochee Nature Center’s … more
Alpharetta had a little party last week when city officials and developers broke ground March 23 on its new City Center. It is an $85 million mixed-use project that will surround City Hall and the … more
Today, Vietnam is little more than a footnote in the history books. But that war defined a generation of Americans. I imagine if it is taught at all in the high schools, it comes at the end of … more
I wrote my first news article about coyotes in North Fulton around 20 years ago. They were news then. Roswell residents were enjoying living next door to federal parkland and the solitude and beauty … more
Smear campaigns, dirty tricks – these are part and parcel to the political process. It has been so as long as people have tried to sway popular opinion. It doesn’t have to be that way, … more
I went to the public meeting last Wednesday night at Johns Creek City Hall for details about the expansion of Medlock Bridge Road from four lanes to six lanes.It was jammed packed with mostly St. … more
ROSWELL, Ga. – Georgia Ensemble Theatre is teaming with the Roswell Roots Festival to bring to the stage “Having Our Say, The Delany Sisters First 100 Years,” the story of two centenarian … more
I went to a public meeting in East Roswell with city officials discussing the state of their community and what could be done to reverse what they see as receding quality of life on the east side of … more
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