Johns Creek, GA


Toro Development unveils plans for 43-acre Johns Creek town center project, “Medley”

Atlanta-based Toro Development Company revealed new details about its 43-acre Johns Creek mixed-use project, which is slated for the former State Farm Insurance office park at the intersection of Johns Creek Parkway and McGinnis Ferry Road. The proposal, to be called Medley for its “variety of flavors, experiences and people,”...

Quiet pro-choice protests take place at Kemp’s latest campaign stop in Alpharetta

The group of pro-choice protesters at Governor Brian Kemp’s latest campaign stop in downtown Alpharetta Tuesday was small. Very small. There were four women in all and not enough signs to go around to each of them. Their signs read, ‘Regulate guns not women’ and ‘Stacey Abrams Governor’ and were outnumbered by red and black […] The post Quiet pro-choice protests take place at Kemp’s latest campaign stop in Alpharetta  appeared first on The Atlanta Voice.

Rapper Q Money convicted of murdering 'friend' while he slept

DEKALB COUNTY, Ga. - Prosecutors said a jury found a 26-year-old man, known by his stage name "Q Money," guilty of murdering his friend by shooting him multiple times, including in the head, while he slept on an air mattress. The jury convicted Qamar "Q Money" Williams of malice murder,...

Etowah High School evacuated over 'anonymous bomb threat,' officials say

WOODSTOCK, Ga. - School officials have issued an emergency evacuation of a Woodstock high school to investigate a bomb threat. A spokesperson for the Cherokee County school superintendent says they have issued the immediate evacuation of Etowah High School, which is located on the 6500 block of Putnam Ford Drive, at the recommendation of state and local law enforcement agencies.
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Georgia DOT prepares for Hurricane Ian, offers safety tips

Editor’s Note: According to, there are no weather alerts or predictions of high winds in the local Walton County or Gwinnett County area at this time. There is currently a 44 % chance of rain showers, with winds up to 16 mph, on Friday and a 74 % chance of rain with winds under 10 mph on Saturday. The chance of rain on Sunday has dropped to 30 %.

Joe Burson road dedication postponed due to Hurricane Ian

A road dedication scheduled Friday to honor late Holly Springs Officer Joe Burson has been postponed due to expected weather from Hurricane Ian. “Regrettably, due to the imminent severe weather expected on this Friday from Hurricane Ian, we will be postponing the state road naming ceremony for Officer Burson," state Rep. Brad Thomas said in a statement. "I would personally like to thank both the Holly Springs Police Department and Northside Hospital for their efforts and assistance they provided to my office. We will announce a new date shortly.” The interchange of Interstate 575 at Sixes Road will be named in memory of Burson, who was killed in June 2021 during a traffic stop.

The Village Dunwoody wants to be the go-to for college football games

Founders call it “the heart of Dunwoody” — and on Thursday night, that heart will be throbbing to the beat of good live music, great food, and fine spirits. The Village Dunwoody is trying to shape itself as the hot spot for college football. Good Day Atlanta's Paul Milliken checked it out.

Historic Brookhaven Mansion with Classic Southern Charm

This elegant gated home in Atlanta, Georgia with amazing curb appeal oozes charm the moment you enter the long welcoming driveway. The stunning symmetrical façade with classical columns greets you at the entrance. The 1939 historic home has been renovated by Ladisic Fine Homes and landscape architect Richard Anderson....

Cobb County weather forecast for Wednesday, September 28

The National Weather Service forecasts sunny skies here in Cobb County on Wednesday, September 28, 2022, with a high near 73 degrees. North wind 5 to 10 mph, with gusts as high as 20 mph. Tonight it will be mostly clear, with an overnight low of around 51 degrees. Northeast...