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The biggest silent killer of great ideas and great people is conventional wisdom. That's according to local speaker and consultant Hal Coleman. [Read More]
Alpharetta city leaders and church officials joined more than 500 people gathered at St. James United Methodist Church Monday for the annual celebration and tribute... [Read More]
As the "Technology City of the South" forges a high-tech landscape, some Alpharettans are keeping one foot back on the farm. [Read More]
The Alpharetta City Council voted Jan. 14 to deny a request for development of a 62-unit townhome community on a 3-acre site along Thompson Street... [Read More]
Police are investigating a Jan. 9 incident in which someone took $100 from a woman living at Inspired Living on Morris Road. [Read More]
Police arrested a woman Jan. 8 for speeding and driving without a license. [Read More]
Police arrested a man Jan. 11 after he was clocked driving over 100 mph on Ga. 400 southbound near Mansell Road. [Read More]
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Welcome to the Herald Daily Update. Be sure to tune in every weekday morning for more news and check out your local Herald or Northfulton.com... [Read More]
It's been a month since the U.S. government went into a partial shutdown, leaving many without pay for their work. [Read More]
Forsyth Sheriff's Office Deputy 1st Class Rod Reeves is back on duty after recovering from a car crash more than a year ago. [Read More]
Forsyth County Schools is in the process of naming the county's 11th middle school and wants the public to raise their hands with ideas. [Read More]
The Johns Creek... [Read More]
Johns Creek retained its spot atop the podium at the Fulton County swim and dive championships Jan. 10, with the boys and girls team sweeping... [Read More]
The Fulton County Library System will hold a second round of public meetings, beginning Feb. 25 to share design plans and details about the upcoming... [Read More]
The Centennial Chapter of the Young Men's Service League 's has recently shipped thousands of homemade cookies as part of the Cookies for Soldiers program... [Read More]
Police are investigating a string of burglaries involving the Tide Cleaners on Old Alabama Road. [Read More]
A manager of the Walgreens on Kimball Bridge Road called police Jan. 13 after she allegedly witnessed a man steal several boxes of Gillette razors. [Read More]
A 21-year-old Cumming man was arrested Jan. 16 after a Joint Terrorism Task Force investigation determined he was planning an attack on federal buildings. [Read More]
It's official. Forsyth County removed the "interim" from Fire Chief Barry Head's title Jan. 17. [Read More]
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