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Often, some of the first people a victim of domestic violence talks to after an incident don’t necessarily have the training or ability to comfort and guide the person. more
Every five years beginning in 2007 and continuing in 2012, Forsyth County Schools earned AdvancED district accreditation. And now, the district has earned it for a third time. more
Alpharetta-based LexisNexis recently agreed to pay over $1.2 million in back pay and interest to 211 female employees after apparent pay discrimination. more
MILTON, Ga.—The P.R.I.D.E. (Parents Reducing Injury and Driver Error) teen driving course, a free program that instructs teens and their parents on safe driving, will be hosted at Milton … more
MILTON, Ga. — The Milton City Council heard the first presentation of a proposal for seven small cell towers to be located within Milton. As presented, the cell towers would be steel, just under … more
After entering his 50th year in public service, it looks like Cumming Mayor H. Ford Gravitt’s reign might be coming to an end. more
ATLANTA – Kathy Floyd, executive director of the Georgia Council on Aging, has been named to Gov. Nathan Deal’s newly created Older Adults Cabinet. Deal announced last week the creation of … more
Although the county’s seventh Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax won’t end until June 2019, the board of commissioners is already planning for SPLOST 8. more
Halcyon, Forsyth County’s mixed-use development off Exit 12 on Ga. 400, will be getting a taste of Southern food. more
The Forsyth County Board of Commissioners denied a rescission Feb. 2 of a property for 75 residential lots and 218 attached lots on 56 acres on Brannon Road. more
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