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The self-response deadline has moved up to Sept. 30.
An employee of the Wills Park Pool tested positive for COVID-19, resulting in the closure of the Wills Park Pool until further notice, city officials announced Aug. 3.
The facial bar is anticipated to open in late October or early November.
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The restaurant announced its permanent closure June 6.
The event will take place at Banneker High School in south Fulton County and North Springs High School in north Fulton County.
Alpharetta and Milton ZIP codes 30022, 30005 and 30004 saw decreases in the number of new cases in two two-week periods, while ZIP code 30009 saw an increase during that time, according to the latest epidemiology report from the Fulton County Board of Health.
Face masks will be required of guests in lobbies, hallways, restrooms and in auditoriums when not eating or drinking.
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According to AFT President Randi Weingarten, the ability for schools to reopen safely hinges on the federal government as state budgets continue to get slashed amid the pandemic-induced economic downturn.
Current hospitalizations have shown mostly decreasing totals over the last seven days, according to COVID-19 data from the Georgia Emergency Management and Homeland Security Agency.
Alpharetta City Council approved contracts at the July 20 meeting to continue progress on the widening of Old Milton Parkway between North Point Parkway and Kimball Bridge Road.
Here are some updates on five different developments underway in the Alpharetta and Milton areas.
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Owner Amy Ferguson opened Southern Yankee Staging & Design, which she operates by appointment out of her home, about a year and a half ago.
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Executive Chef Derek Dollar grows produce in the 1-acre garden at Milton's Cuisine & Cocktails, which he and the rest of the cooking staff use for the restaurant's meals.
Acton Academy is expected to open its doors in Alpharetta in mid-August and is now accepting enrollment applications for the fall.
As the new school year approaches, districts are tasked with protecting students and staff from further COVID-19 spread while parents face tough decisions.
The number of people currently hospitalized due to COVID-19 dropped by 22 people from July 23-24. Total cases increased by almost 5,000 during that same time.
As a result of the bankruptcy, the business will close all Catherines locations; many Justice stores; and a few Ann Taylor, Loft, Lane Bryant and Lou & Grey stores nationwide.
The city of Alpharetta approved an intergovernmental agreement with the city of Johns Creek and Forsyth County regarding the McGinnis Ferry Road widening project.
The Save Our Stages Act would provide grants worth six months of financial support for independent live music and entertainment venues.
Even through the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, homes were selling quickly in the Alpharetta and Milton areas, partially because of a low supply of homes in the area, local Realtors said.
Two of the four Alpharetta and Milton ZIP codes saw a lower number of COVID-19 cases between July 2-15 than between June 17-July 1, according to data from the Fulton County Board of Health.
After a drop in preventive health visits this spring because of COVID-19, local health care professionals say staying on top of routine medical exams and procedures is important despite the ongoing pandemic.
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COVID-19 case counts statewide surpassed 150,000 July 22, with 14,169 cases in Fulton County so far, according to public health data.
Alpharetta Director of Community Development Kathi Cook presented the kickoff to the city's 2040 Comprehensive Plan process during the public hearing portion of the July 20 Alpharetta City Council meeting.
Alpharetta and Milton ZIP codes 30004, 30005, 30009 and 30022 have each seen fewer than 450 cases of COVID-19 so far, according to data from the Fulton County Board of Health.
While all events were still scheduled as of publication July 21, events are subject to change due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
About 40 residents were displaced due to the fire July 19 at the IMT Deerfield apartment complex—the third major fire in the city of Milton in the last three days.
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Gov. Brian Kemp held a press conference July 17 with COVID-19 updates and urged all Georgians to wear a mask, practice social distancing and abide by state guidelines regarding COVID-19.
Alpharetta and Milton ZIP codes 30004, 30005, 30009 and 30022 have each seen fewer than 350 cases of COVID-19 so far, according to data from the Fulton County Board of Health.
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