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Forsyth County state Sen. Michael Williams is staying tight-lipped about a potential run for governor. However, he is hinting heavily. more
Despite some recent rainfall, the city of Cumming and Forsyth County remain under drought conditions. Currently, the area is under a Level 2 Drought Response category issued by the Environmental Protection Division, but could move into a Level 3 Drought category this summer. more
MILTON, Ga. — A King’s Ridge senior will leave a lasting legacy at the school, one that will benefit students, staff and wildlife surrounding the school. Because of her efforts, the entire campus … more
MILTON, Ga. — In one day, Mill Springs Academy had to deal with three separate and devastating events that most schools rarely encounter. On April 24, a freshman student was found dead after … more
MILTON, Ga. — Cambridge’s chorus won superior ratings at the Music in the Parks at Six Flags over Georgia. The Mixed Choir and Mastery Women both received first-place superior ratings. The … more
MILTON, Ga. — Eight Cambridge students were awarded at the Georgia FFA Conference in Macon April 27-29. Rebecca Wallace elected as the 2017-18 State FFA north region vice president. Cambridge … more
MILTON, Ga. — Students from Carrington Elementary visited the Phoenix at Milton retirement community to celebrate Earth Day with Phoenix’s residents. Students created and delivered fairy … more
MILTON, Ga. — During National Police Week, an annual celebration of the nation’s law enforcement officers, Milton will hold multiple events between May 14-20 to honor officers and bring awareness … more
JOHNS CREEK, Ga. — In the 1950s and ’60s, Atlanta dealt with racial integration during the turbulent 1960s by declaring itself The City Too Busy to Hate. Now comes the Johns Creek … more
JOHNS CREEK, Ga. — Taylor Road Middle School will be presenting a free jazz concert on May 15th at 6:30 p.m. to honor Steve Bradley, band director, who will be retiring after 38 years of teaching. … more
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