Tailgate fundraiser returns to downtown Alpharetta
by Nicole Dow
August 28, 2014 04:28 PM | 0 0 comments | 3 3 recommendations | email to a friend
Food, fun and football are on the agenda Sept. 13 as the Lionheart School’s Grilling and Gridiron Tailgate Party returns to downtown Alpharetta for its second year. The event is a fundraiser for the school, which has a mission to provide a developmentally appropriate education to students who need a specialized learning environment, therapeutic interventions and supported social interactions. “Last year’s event was great for an inaugural event,” said Mary Ulich, the school’s directo...
Council mulls Wills Park pool improvements
The city of Alpharetta is looking to make changes to the pool at Wills Park. At a work session Monday, Recreation and Parks director Mike Perry presented a design concept for improvements to the po...
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Some Fulton teachers to see extra state funds
Designated math and science teachers working in the Fulton County Schools district can look forward to additional state funds to aid their instructional efforts. That news was unveiled during last ...
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Alpharetta targeting December for city center opening
Alpharetta officials said the $30 million-plus downtown City Center could partially open before year’s end. “The opening for all of the civic components, we anticipate December,” said Assistant Cit...
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North Fulton traffic
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Has the traffic situation in north Fulton improved in the past five years?