50 min ago
GA 400 Tolls to Become History Week Before Thanksgiving
Johns Creek commuters who use GA 400 take note: Back in March we told you that the tolls are coming down in November , and now we have more details.
5 hrs ago
Fulton's Grad Rate: 71.34 Percent
About 71 percent of Fulton County high school students graduated within four years in 2012, according to new figures the Georiga Department of Education released this week .
Wed May 22, 2013
Johns Creek Farmers Market Starts June 1
The Johns Creek Farmers Market, now in its third year, will return June 1 at Newtown Park with 30-35 vendors offering locally grown and organically grown produce, and homemade food.
Johns Creek Foundation Gives Grants to Northview, JC Arts Center
The Johns Creek Foundation Board of Directors recently presented grant awards to both the Johns Creek Arts Center and the Northview High School PTSA.
Mon May 20, 2013
Sun May 19, 2013
Forsyth County News
DOT gathers input on Hwy. 20
Forsyth County resident Hugh Pirkle places a dot on a map showing where he lives as Kristine Hansen-Dederick, with the Georgia Department of Transportation, and his son-in-law Jason Vandergrift look on.
Sat May 18, 2013
Johns Creek Resident Graduates from Berry College
Along with 378 new alums, Kevin Elston of Johns Creek graduated from Berry College with a BS degree in Accounting, Finance, according to the school.
Fri May 17, 2013
Johns Creek Man Charged With Faking Own Kidnapping
A Johns Creek man who was initially reporting missing has been charged with faking his own kidnapping.
Local Georgia College Students Make President's List
Several Georgia College & State University students from Johns Creek made the President's List for spring semester 2013, according to President Steve Dorman.
Thu May 16, 2013
The Beaumont Enterprise
Tablets in the classroom push learning, teaching
Noa Bashuk uses a tablet to follow along with her teacher in an eighth grade Spanish class at Autrey Mill Middle School in Johns Creek, Ga.
Wed May 15, 2013
Human Remains Found Near Suspect's Home, New Charge For Robbery Suspect
Jmaal Malik Keyes Case: Human Remains Found Near Murder Suspect's Home - South Cobb Patch Human remains have been found near the home of Robert Kane Rolison , the 17-year-old Middle Georgia State College student who was arrested last week in connection with the death of a fellow student from Austell.
Slain Man Was from Buford, Utility Scam in Fulton
Gwinnett Police ID Slain Suspect as Buford Man - Buford Patch Gwinnett Police have identified the person who was shot dead Monday in Buford in an officer-involved shooting as Rodney Pike, 38, of Buford.
Tue May 14, 2013
Former NYC School Chancellor Talks Tech in Johns Creek
Fulton County Schools Superintendent Robert Avossa recently hosted Joel Klein, former chancellor of New York City schools and current CEO of Amplify, a company dedicated to re-imagining K-12 education by creating digital products and services that empower teachers, students and parents in new ways.
Mon May 13, 2013
School Board to Hold May Community Meetings
Linda McCain, who represents the majority of Johns Creek on the Fulton County Board of Education, will host a community meeting this week.
Sat May 11, 2013
Movie Review: 'Great Gatsby' More Style Than Substance
Leonardo DiCaprio stars in Baz Luhrmann's take on "The Great Gatsby," which is at times more style than substance - just like like the novel's main character himself - say some critics.
18th Annual Rainbow Village Golf Classic a Success
Rainbow Village 18 th annual Golf Classic May 8 raised more than $57,000 this year, setting a new record for the fundraiser.
Johns Creek Civitan Club Names Special Needs Teachers of the Year
Three local special needs educators were honored by the Johns Creek Civitan Club during an awards breakfast this past week.
Fri May 10, 2013
Five More Johns Creek Students Named National Merit Winners
Five more Johns Creek area school seniors have been named 2013 National Merit Scholars.