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The Forsyth Chamber of Commerce is helping court a West Coast e-commerce project that could bring more than 300 jobs with it. more
As a result of the reauthorization of the Education and Secondary Education Act of 1965, the Forsyth County Board of Education updated the district’s homeless student policy Jan. 24. more
The community rallied together Jan. 26 to try to help the homeless population in North Fulton. more
ATLANTA — Penny Penn, the district attorney for the Bell-Forsyth Judicial Circuit, was recently appointed to the Board of the Department of Juvenile Justice by Governor Nathan Deal. She will … more
The Forsyth County Board of Commissioners recently put a halt on applications for various rezoning districts. more
Forsyth County’s own local brewery, Cherry Street Brewing Cooperative, will soon be expanding. more
Considered one of the most American things in our society is the presidential inauguration. more
Around the world, millions of people joined together Saturday, Jan. 21 at various satellite locations of the March for Social Justice and Women. more
It’s official. Apartments will not be built at The Collection right now. more
FORSYTH COUNTY, Ga. – Around 200 to 300 residents turned out Jan.10 at Lanier Technical College on Ronald Reagan Parkway for Forsyth County’s open house on the $42 million project to widen 4.6 … more
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