You can drop off unused prescriptions in Alpharetta Saturday

ALPHARETTA — Saturday, October 23 is National Prescription Drug Take Back Day, an event designed to draw attention to the importance of properly disposing of unused prescription medications so they do not contribute to the drug crisis threatening communities. Across the Nation

Alpharetta Women’s Half Marathon & 5K set for Oct. 24

ALPHARETTA — The Alpharetta Women’s Half Marathon & 5K Race presented by Altra Running is set for Sunday, Oct. 24, starting and finishing at the family-friendly atmosphere of Avalon. Over 1,000 racers from 18 states have already registered to run the 2021

Alpharetta police need your help identifying a shoplifter

ALPHARETTA — The Alpharetta Police Department is asking for your help identifying a man who shoplifted landscaping items from the Lowe’s on Windward Parkway. Police say the man is responsible for stealing multiple items on August 29 and September 4. In both

Expect heavy delays on Highway 9 in Alpharetta this weekend

Motorists traveling on Highway 9 in Alpharetta this weekend can expect heavy delays this weekend due to a road widening project. Road crews will be continuing a project to widen and reconstruct the roadway between Upper Hembree Road and Windward Parkway, a

Heavy rains bring flooding and washed out roads to metro Atlanta

Metro Atlanta residents awoke Wednesday morning to flooding brought about by heavy rains Tuesday night. Flash flood warnings were in effect in the early morning hours and many commuters found themselves either unable to leave their homes or having to take alternate

Alpharetta’s first boutique hotel opens

ALPHARETTA — Alpharetta’s first boutique hotel, The Hamilton Curio Collection by Hilton, officially opened this week in the heart of the city. The hotel uses the Western & Atlantic Railway as inspiration behind the décor. Its hush-hush entertainment destination based on the Roaring

Alpharetta looks for new trash service ahead of price increase

ALPHARETTA — A looming residential trash collection price increase has the city of Alpharetta looking for a new company to provide waste services to residents. The city’s current sanitation company, Republic Services, informed the city that it will not be able to

News Blog: Trash pickup in DeKalb delayed for President’s Day

In observance of Presidents Day on Monday, Feb. 15, sanitation service for residential customers will run one day late as follows: Monday, Feb. 15 – Presidents Day observed. No sanitation service. Tuesday, Feb. 16 –Residential customers whose regularly scheduled collection day is

Hurricane Zeta Updates: North Georgia slammed with heavy winds

State Officials Say “Don’t go out.” Georgia’s Emergency Management department has a simple message for Georgian’s today as the state grapples with the aftermath of Hurricane Zeta. “Don’t go out today if you don’t have to.” The department is asking residents to