Modified summer camps and more: News from Alpharetta

Christian Brothers Automotive announced May 18 that the company would open a new location in Alpharetta late this year or early in 2021. (Courtesy Christian Brothers Automotive)
Christian Brothers Automotive announced May 18 that the company would open a new location in Alpharetta late this year or early in 2021. (Courtesy Christian Brothers Automotive)

Christian Brothers Automotive announced May 18 that the company would open a new location in Alpharetta late this year or early in 2021. (Courtesy Christian Brothers Automotive)

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Christian Brothers Automotive to open on Hwy. 9 in Alpharetta toward fourth quarter 2020

Christian Brothers Automotive is expected to open a new location near The Village at Crooked Creek shopping center, located at the 6200 block of Hwy. 9 in Alpharetta, in the fourth quarter of 2020 or the first quarter of 2021, said Alexandra Hopkins, account lead for the company's public relations firm, All Points Public Relations, in an email May 18.

Alpharetta to offer modified children's summer camp schedule this summer

The city of Alpharetta's Recreation, Parks and Cultural Services Department will offer a modified summer program schedule for children this summer amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the department announced on Facebook May 22.



Mother-daughter team at Milton's Scratch...fresh adapt to coronavirus

Scratch...fresh owner Kelley Hughes was planning on celebrating her restaurant’s 10-year anniversary on May 10. She wanted to hold a party for her customers—especially her regulars—who she said have built up her restaurant to what it is today.

However, the outbreak of COVID-19—the infectious disease caused by the coronavirus—changed her plans. Even though Gov. Brian Kemp allowed restaurants to reopen dining rooms beginning April 27, social distancing guidelines and other health-related regulations for restaurant employees postponed any plans for an anniversary celebration, Hughes said.

Kara McIntyre contributed to this report.