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Alpharetta-Roswell Herald

Alpharetta-Roswell Herald The Alpharetta-Roswell Herald covers news most important to the residents of Alpharetta and Roswell including school, high school sports, city council, business and more.

The Alpharetta-Roswell Herald is one of the weekly newspapers in the Herald family of publications. Thirty years ago, Ray and Christina Appen bought a bi-monthly newspaper in Alpharetta called The R***e, left their positions at The Miami Herald and moved to run the newspaper. In the following years, they renamed the paper The R***e & News and increased the publishing frequency to weekly. Following

The Alpharetta-Roswell Herald is one of the weekly newspapers in the Herald family of publications. Thirty years ago, Ray and Christina Appen bought a bi-monthly newspaper in Alpharetta called The R***e, left their positions at The Miami Herald and moved to run the newspaper. In the following years, they renamed the paper The R***e & News and increased the publishing frequency to weekly. Following

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What's next for abortion law in Georgia now that Roe v. Wade has been overturned? Find out on this week's episode of The...
06/28/2022
Podcast: The Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade

What's next for abortion law in Georgia now that Roe v. Wade has been overturned? Find out on this week's episode of The Georgia Politics Podcast.

What does the Supreme Court's decision mean for abortion law in Georgia? Find out on this week's episode of The Georgia Politics Podcast.

Younger students may have been less vulnerable to the COVID-19 virus, but they were hit hard academically, according to ...
06/27/2022
GSU report shows elementary students most impacted by COVID closures

Younger students may have been less vulnerable to the COVID-19 virus, but they were hit hard academically, according to a recent Georgia State University report. The MAPLE study also shows that in-person learning is key to recovery.

Younger students may have been less vulnerable to the COVID-19 virus, but they were hit hard academically, according to a recent Georgia State University report. The MAPLE study also shows

An Atlanta man has been charged in connection with the death of a 45-year-old Roswell woman found unresponsive at the Ec...
06/24/2022
Suspect arrested in Roswell murder case

An Atlanta man has been charged in connection with the death of a 45-year-old Roswell woman found unresponsive at the Economy Hotel on Old Dogwood Road June 11.

Mark Gonsalves has defeated Michael Corbin to become the Republican candidate for U.S. House District 7 in Georgia. Gons...
06/22/2022
Gonsalves wins US House 7 runoff

Mark Gonsalves has defeated Michael Corbin to become the Republican candidate for U.S. House District 7 in Georgia. Gonsalves will go on to face Democrat Lucy McBath in the Nov. 8 general election.

Mark Gonsalves has defeated Michael Corbin to become the Republican candidate for U.S. House District 7 in Georgia. Gonsalves will go on to face Democrat Lucy McBath in the Nov.

Fetch Park, an “off-leash dog park bar and social hub” concept, is set to open its fourth location at 11440 Maxwell Road...
06/21/2022
Boozy dog park to open in Alpharetta June 24

Fetch Park, an “off-leash dog park bar and social hub” concept, is set to open its fourth location at 11440 Maxwell Road, up the street from Ameris Bank Amphitheater on June 24.

Fetch Park, an “off-leash dog park bar and social hub” concept, is set to open its fourth location at 11440 Maxwell Road, up the street from Ameris Bank Amphitheater on

In a guest column, Commissioner Liz Hausmann writes about the Fulton County property tax assessments that were mailed ou...
06/20/2022
Opinion: What to know about your Fulton County tax assessment

In a guest column, Commissioner Liz Hausmann writes about the Fulton County property tax assessments that were mailed out June 17.

Fulton County mailed out tax assessment notices June 17. In a guest column, Commissioner Liz Hausmann explains what that means for property owners.

Roswell residents applauded the City Council June 14 for passing the fiscal year 2023 budget, which includes a pay incre...
06/20/2022
Roswell adopts $173 million budget for 2023

Roswell residents applauded the City Council June 14 for passing the fiscal year 2023 budget, which includes a pay increase for police officers and funding for a full-time fire department.

While the duties and attributes of the solicitor position are nearly identical, McQueen was classified as an independent...
06/15/2022
Former solicitor threatens to sue Milton, Alpharetta

While the duties and attributes of the solicitor position are nearly identical, McQueen was classified as an independent contractor in Alpharetta and a part-time employee in Milton.

Fran Shoenthal McQueen, a former employee of Alpharetta and Milton, is threatening legal action after she was passed over to fill the position of solicitor.

A new four-legged officer has joined the Roswell Police Department. Officer R. Ateca introduced K9 Goose, a 1-year-old y...
06/13/2022
Roswell welcomes new K9 Officer Goose

A new four-legged officer has joined the Roswell Police Department. Officer R. Ateca introduced K9 Goose, a 1-year-old yellow Labrador Retriever, at an event at Crazy Love Coffee June 9.

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06/13/2022
Opinion: It's time to honor the best

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"We are open for business here in North Atlanta and it’s time to once again showcase that this is the best region, within the best state, to do business." Cast

The first Alpharetta Wine Festival will be held on the Town Green June 12 and is set to benefit Angels Among Us Pet Resc...
06/09/2022
Alpharetta's first wine festival is this Saturday

The first Alpharetta Wine Festival will be held on the Town Green June 12 and is set to benefit Angels Among Us Pet Rescue. The event will run from 2 to 5 p.m.

The first Alpharetta Wine Festival will be held on the Town Green June 12 and is set to benefit Angels Among Us Pet Rescue. The event will run from 2

Alpharetta's revenues are expected to jump about 10% while expenditures will climb 8.5%. City council took those figures...
06/07/2022
Alpharetta approves 2023 budget with increased revenue, spending

Alpharetta's revenues are expected to jump about 10% while expenditures will climb 8.5%. City council took those figures into account when they passed the $153 million budget for 2023 at a meeting Monday night.

Alpharetta's revenues are expected to jump about 10% while expenditures will climb 8.5%. City council took those figures into account when they passed the $153 million budget for 2023 at

Construction on Roswell's $50 million Historic Gateway is slated to begin in 2023. Residents showed up at an open forum ...
06/07/2022
'We are watching'; Roswell residents voice concerns with Historic Gateway project

Construction on Roswell's $50 million Historic Gateway is slated to begin in 2023. Residents showed up at an open forum May 31 to let city officials know they'll be held accountable for how it goes.

Roswell's $50 million Historic Gateway is slated to kickoff in 2023. Residents showed up at an open forum May 31 to let city officials know they'll be held accountable for how it goes.

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Alpharetta, GA
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Does the City of Alpharetta respect and honor the 1st Amendment? https://youtu.be/295noHVNfM0
Ms. Vickye is retiring this week after 30 years as the Cafeteria Manager at Alpharetta Elementary. She was there when I was and now my daughter Phoebe is there, too. I was able go there today to congratulate her on her retirement and to give her this commemorative cover of the Alpharetta-Roswell Herald. She will be missed!
It you live off Upper Hembree, Rucker or Kimball Bridge, your Alpharetta-Roswell Herald was delivered tonight by yours truly. Happy Thanksgiving! 🦃
Next week, Appen Media will start printing restaurant coupons in the Heralds at no cost to the restaurant. We decided as a staff that its a small thing we can do to support an industry still reeling from . Dine local!

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It's Time to Vote for Appen Media's 2021-- Best of North Atlanta! Area 51 (that's us) is nominated for Recreation-- "Best Places for Kids to Have Fun".

Cast Your Vote for Area 51! If you agree that Movies and Mini Golf are fun places to bring your kids, help us share and Vote for us!!

Direct Link to vote for "Best Place for Kids to Have Fun"
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Link to Vote for all categories: https://www.appenmedia.com/best_of_north_atlanta_2021/

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📢It's Women's History Month!
I'll be shining a spotlight on influential women in Roswell ALL MONTH LONG!
It's my pleasure to introduce Norma Nellans Kralik!
Check back every Wednesday for a newly featured woman!💚
Roswell Historical Society Roswell Woman's Club Mayor Lori Henry
City of Roswell, Georgia Government Marie Willsey, Roswell City Council Christine Hall for Roswell City Council Roswell Magazine Alpharetta-Roswell Herald
Extra! Extra! Read all about Mr. Franklyn Dailey! Be sure you grab a copy of this week's Alpharetta Herald and take some time to enjoy the wonderful story about an incredible man and the celebration of his 100th birthday. Thank you, Alpharetta-Roswell Herald! ❤️🇺🇸
Check out the latest tour of Fairway Social Alpharetta: https://www.facebook.com/fairwaysocialalpharetta/videos/321815425844804.

Fairway Social will be opening soon!
Another year, another set of archives to take to storage. 37 years now! There is something poetic about boxing up a year’s worth of stories and moving on to the next. It remains an honor and a responsibility we cherish. Alpharetta-Roswell Herald Johns Creek Herald Forsyth Herald Milton Herald Dunwoody Crier
Biden/ Harris and Lucy McBath=Corruption, same virus, higher taxes and gas prices, business killing regulations, anti 2nd Amendment, anarchy, vandalism, looting, anti-America, pro-China, unfair trade, open borders, and less freedom. Karen Handel for Congress. Trump/ Pence 2020.
FERRIS BUELLER & JUMANJI: WELCOME TO THE JUNGLE- our AURORA DRIVE-IN Movies this Fri July 31st and Sat Aug 1st! Co-hosted by Eventricate and Aurora Cineplex.

Read all about it at Alpharetta-Roswell Herald

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