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Roswell Rapids swim & dive teams and adult fitness swim team are ready to get the summer started

Come join the Roswell Rapids swim and dive teams this summer with the Roswell Recreation and Parks. Children can keep active in the sunny outdoors by joining one or both teams and there is even a swim team for the adults and adult fitness swim practices at the Roswell Area P More

Have a Heart for Habitat?

The Habitat for Humanity ReStore depends on enthusiastic volunteers to help customers with shopping, arrange merchandise, and process donations. More

Alpharetta Arts StreetFest Returning to Alpharetta for Three Day Festival

Nearly 100 artists from around the U.S. will fill the downtown streets of downtown Alpharetta May 27-29, 2017 to present their high-quality artwork at Alpharetta Arts StreetFest. More

The Taste of Alpharetta Celebrates its 27th year

Satisfy your taste buds with over 60 restaurants at the 27th annual Taste of Alpharetta on May 4, from 5-10 p.m. in downtown Alpharetta. More

Local Officers Selected to Participate on Final Leg Torch Run Team for 2017 Special Olympics World Games

Allen Jones (Fulton County Schools Police) and John Clifton (Johns Creek Police), will run the “Flame of Hope” throughout Austria, for the start of 2017 Special Olympics World Winter Games. More

Lions Club Hosting Fourth Annual "Breakfast With The Easter Bunny"

A family-friendly event featuring a pancake breakfast, children's activities, family entertainment, and a visit from The Easter Bunny. More

NHS Graduate Starts Painting Business

NHS graduate, Justin Camp, was selected for a greatly competitive College Works Painting internship. Over the summer he will be in charge of running a small business. More

NHS Graduate Starts Painting Business

NHS graduate, Justin Camp, was selected for a greatly competitive College Works Painting internship. Over the summer he will be in charge of running a small business. More

Wahsega Labs VoIP and IP Products Made in the USA

Wahsega Labs recently explained in more detail why it made the choice to manufacture in the United States instead of China. More

Youngest Member of Celtic Woman to Perform at Cumming Playhouse on March 4

Chloe Agnew, youngest member of world-renowned group Celtic Woman, will perform at the Cumming Playhouse at 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. March. Go to for tickets. More

6th District Democrac candidates’ forum set for March 12 in Roswell

All five Democratic candidates for Georgia’s vacant 6th Congressional District seat will be participating in a forum on Sunday, March 12. More

Northview Senior Sophie Kopec signs with William & Mary to play Lacrosse

Northview Senior Sophie Kopec signed her national letter of intent to play Division I lacrosse at the College of William & Mary. More

Crye-leike posts record year of $6.36 billion in sales

Crye-Leike, the nation's fourth largest privately-held residential real estate brokerage firm and the largest in Tennessee and the Mid-South, posted a record sales year of $6.36 billion in 2016, the highest sales performance in the company’s 40-year history. In comparison, the company reached its peak sales performance at $6.10 billion in More

American Heritage Boy Scout Merit Badge Workshop

Boy Scout Workshops will cover all the material a scout needs to start and finish (with a minimal amount of homework) the requirements for a Merit Badge. More

Unplugged: Seamus O’Jams

Every month Autrey Mill hosts intimate concerts inside the (air conditioned) Old Warsaw Church by some of the Atlanta area’s finest musicians. More

Cooking and Crafts

This creative program is a fun way to experience history through simple recipes and heritage crafts enjoyed in the past. Each class includes a cooking activity and a craft! More

Creek Rendezvous Watershed Training

Participants will conduct Dissolved Oxygen, pH, temperature, conductivity tests, visual stream surveys and macro- invertebrate surveys. Participants will also discuss the tools needed to identify local fish and wildlife. More

Heritage Tour and Creature Feature

Visitors will have the opportunity to learn about our building and local history. More

Feeding Friday

Feeding Fridays are regularly scheduled programs open to the public- no registration is required. More

Night Hike: Astronomical Event

Constellation identification and how to read a star map followed by hike and accompanied by an exercise designed to alert us to our ability to sense in the dark. More

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