Monday, Sept. 1: City offices closed to observe Labor Day.
To help older adults master the basics of Apple iPads and IPhones, a non-profit group is conducting separate six-week courses at Johns Creek's Park Place starting Sept. 9.
Four Georgia Tech students spent the summer designing a parking lot and a road near Shakerag Park athletic fields as part of a program that benefits cities and students.
The City Council on Monday, Aug. 4, created an advisory Arts and Culture Board to enrich the City’s artistic climate and help draw business.
The City will start work at the fork of Old Alabama and Nesbit Ferry roads on Aug. 6 in the first of a number of scheduled road improvements.