Clayton State University to get $30,000 data analytics lab

Clayton State University has received a $30,000 gift thanks to the generosity of the SunTrust Trusteed Foundations: Nell Warren Elkin and William Simpson Elkin Foundation. The gift will expand computer science and information technology education at Clayton State through the development of a

Meet Oglethorpe University’s new president

After an extensive nationwide search, the Oglethorpe University Board of Trustees has unanimously elected Nicholas Ladany, PhD, as the next President of Oglethorpe University, effective July 1. Ladany will also serve as a member of the faculty, in the role of Professor

How to vote early in Hall County

Early voting in the March 24, 2020 presidential preference primary begins Monday and Hall County residents will have more options when it comes to where and when they can cast their ballot early. “Early voting will continue as usual during its first

Meet Johns Creek’s finalist for city manager

JOHNS CREEK — Johns Creek Mayor Mike Bodker has nominated Ed Densmore for the position of City Manager. Bodker announced his intention at the City Council Meeting held Monday, Feb. 24, 2020.  “We began the search process with the primary goal of

South Fulton will swear-in city council members Saturday

SOUTH FULTON — The City of South Fulton will begin the New Year with the swearing-in of its newly elected and re-elected council members. Corey A. Reeves will be sworn in and joins the City of South Fulton City Council to represent

Hall County begins search for new Public Works chief

HALL COUNTY — Hall County’s Public Works chief Ken Rearden has announced his resignation, prompting some changes to the county’s staffing. Srikanth Yamala, who most recently served as Director of Hall County Planning and Development, has been tapped to fill the role

Johns Creek’s JC Now app gets major update

JOHNS CREEK — An app that allows Johns Creek residents to send requests and receive alerts from the city has been given a major update. Johns Creek Now, the city’s smartphone app, also known as JC Now, has received a major facelift

Johns Creek has created a tool to help homeowners calculate property tax exemptions

The City of Johns Creek has created an online calculator tool to help homeowners in the city calculate and verify their 2019 property exemptions found on 2019 property assessment notices. The new Homestead Exemption Calculator Tool can be found on the city’s website at https://www.johnscreekga.gov/residents/finance/property-taxes/homestead-exemption/active-projects. In November

Suwanee is expanding its court building

SUWANEE — The City of Suwanee hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for the expansion of its municipal court building on Thursday, July 11. Renovations to the almost 60-year-old building – Suwanee’s original city hall – will significantly improve the court customer experience and

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