Johns Creek International Festival returns Saturday

JOHNS CREEK — Get ready to celebrate traditional food, music and art from around the world at the Johns Creek International Festival on Saturday. When & Where:Saturday, Oct. 23, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on the fields across from the Atlanta

Atlanta isn’t the only Georgia city with a mayor’s race this year

Early voting for November’s city elections began this week, and while only a handful of Georgia’s municipalities are holding contested mayoral elections, Atlanta’s will undoubtedly have the most impact throughout the state. “Lots of groups rate Georgia very highly as a business-friendly

Johns Creek Arts Festival returns this weekend

JOHNS CREEK — The Johns Creek Arts Festival returns this weekend and will last both Saturday and Sunday. Talented local artists will exhibit paintings, pottery, metalwork, folk art, glass, jewelry, yard art, and more Saturday, Oct. 16 from 10 a.m. to 6

Stolen turtles returned to Autrey Mill Nature Preserve

JOHNS CREEK — The five box turtles that were stolen from Autrey Mill Nature preserve over two weeks ago were returned this week, according to nature preserve officials. In a post on the nature preserve’s Facebook page, officials thanked the Johns Creek

Turtles stolen from Autrey Mill Nature Preserve

JOHNS CREEK — Autrey Mill Nature Preserve in Johns Creek is asking for your help finding five box turtles that were stolen from the preserve over the weekend. The five box turtles were stolen out of their enclosure. If you have any

Meet Johns Creek’s new police chief

JOHNS CREEK — The city of Johns Creek has a new police chief, nearly a year after the previous chief came under fire for comments he made about Black Lives Matter protests. Mark J. Mitchell was sworn in last month as the

Johns Creek wants your input on widening Jones Bridge Road

The Johns Creek community is invited to provide input on the Jones Bridge Road widening project, which will widen Jones Bridge Road from Waters Road to State Bridge Road. A community input meeting set for Thursday, April 1 at 6 p.m. at

Johns Creek officials urge Halloween safety amid pandemic

JOHNS CREEK — City officials in Johns Creek are reminding residents to stay safe this Halloween and have provided residents with a quick guide to low risk, moderate risk and high risk activities during the pandemic. As with most events in 2020,

Coronavirus cases on the rise in Alpharetta

ALPHARETTA — Coronavirus cases in the city of Alpharetta are on the rise. The city has seen an increase in cases over the last five days and ihas the second highest infection rate of any city in Fulton County, including Atlanta. Milton

Two women run down outside of Johns Creek bar

JOHNS CREEK — Two women were struck by a car outside a bar in Johns Creek early Saturday morning. According to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation the driver then started driving towards a police officer who fired his weapon in response. At