Alpharetta and Milton have both seen fewer than 150 cases of COVID-19 since the pandemic began, according to the May 22 epidemiology report from the Fulton County Board of Health.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues, Alpharetta and Milton restaurant owners are figuring out how to best operate their businesses while adhering to state regulations.
The deadline to register for virtual summer school, which is only available for middle and high school students, at Fulton County Schools ends May 29.
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Christian Brothers Automotive announced May 18 that the company would open a new location in Alpharetta late this year or early in 2021.
The city of Alpharetta will offer a modified version of its summer camps amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Scratch...fresh has yet to reopen its dining room but continues to offer curbside pickup, delivery and takeout orders.
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Milton City Pool will open for the summer at 11 a.m. May 23 with new safety measures to enforce social distancing and public health precautions.
The city of Alpharetta and the Rotary Club of Alpharetta will host a virtual Memorial Day tribute at 9 a.m. May 25, which can be viewed on the city of Alpharetta's YouTube channel.
Fulton County epidemiology reports show fewer than 100 cases of coronavirus in both Alpharetta, Milton
Alpharetta and Milton have both seen fewer than 100 cases of COVID-19 since the pandemic began, according to the May 18 epidemiology report from the Fulton County Board of Health.
The city of Alpharetta partnered with StageZero Life Sciences to offer free antibody testing to all 200 of the city's first responders.
Georgia's number of total COVID-19 tests includes serology tests, health department officials confirm
In an email May 21, Georgia Department of Public Health officials confirmed the inclusion of serology tests in with the number of total COVID-19 tests administered.
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Alpharetta, Milton population growth from 2010-19 outranks other North Fulton cities, census data shows
Alpharetta and Milton saw the greatest percentage increase in population growth from 2010-19 compared to other North Fulton cities.
Coronavirus in Georgia: Percentage of positive cases from coronavirus tests drops to less than 10% on May 20
The number of administered COVID-19 tests in Georgia now surpasses 400,000, according to the latest data from the Georgia Department of Public Health.
Milton City Council members approved the city's phased reopening plan May 18.
As of 7 p.m. May 19, the percentage of positive cases of COVID-19 dropped to 10.27%, according to data from the Georgia Department of Public Health.
Alpharetta City Council members discussed the potential for regulations on the use of skateboards during the workshop portion of council's May 18 meeting.
Pier 1 Imports will be closing all locations as it prepares to go out of business, partially due to the coronavirus pandemic.
As of 7 p.m. May 18, a total of 364,289 COVID-19 tests have been administered statewide, according to data from the Georgia Department of Public Health.
Registered voters can cast their ballots at any of the five early voting locations in Fulton County from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on weekdays between May 18 and June 5.
Crumbl Cookies is expected to open May 28 on Old Milton Parkway in Alpharetta.
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Plano-based J.C. Penney filed for bankruptcy protection May 15, a move the company said would help it navigate the difficult business climate during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.