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Comeback Vinyl offers virtual record store, curbside pickup to Alpharetta community while physical doors are closed
Music has always been a priority in Comeback Vinyl co-owner Alex Vernon's life, he said. His passion for music is why he opened his first record "store" inside an Alpharetta antique mall with his mom in 2012.
Bridges over Georgia 400, preliminary fiscal year 2020-21 budget among discussion at Alpharetta City Council meeting April 20
Renderings for replacing the existing bridges at Kimball Bridge and Webb Bridge roads over Georgia 400, as well as renderings of the new bridge over GA 400 at the Tradewinds interchange—formerly known as Webb Plus—were presented at the Alpharetta City Council meeting April 20 during the workshop portion of the meeting.
BREAKING: Gov. Brian Kemp announces dine-in service at restaurants, nonessential businesses to reopen beginning April 24
Gov. Brian Kemp announced in a press conference April 20 that dine-in service at restaurants and theaters statewide—while still adhering to forthcoming state requirements and social distancing guidelines as directed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention—will be permitted once again beginning Monday, April 27. Gyms, fitness centers, bowling alleys, body art studios, barbers, cosmetologists, hair designers, estheticians, nail care artists, cosmetology schools and massage therapists will also be allowed to reopen their businesses statewide starting Friday, April 24.