As of 7 p.m. May 13, the percentage of positive cases of COVID-19 dropped to 12.93%, according to data from the Georgia Department of Public Health.
Botiwalla remains temporarily closed as owner, management staff create sustainable to-go business model
Botiwalla owner Meherwan Irani said curbside pickup and takeout orders could resume soon, but dining rooms will not reopen for "many months."
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As of 7 p.m. May 12, state COVID-19 test numbers total 262,179 administered tests—an increase of more than 10,000 tests since 7 p.m. May 11.
City officials announced some parts of city parks will reopen beginning May 15.
Georgia law firms, pro bono resource center launch free legal clinic for small businesses, nonprofits to navigate COVID-19 legal concerns
Qualifying small businesses and nonprofits can receive free legal consultations from a Georgia law firm on how to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID-19 test numbers have surpassed 250,000 as of 7 p.m. May 11, according to data from the Georgia Department of Public Health.
Several entities in the Greater North Fulton area partnered to send out a survey to more than 3,000 North Fulton businesses to see how COVID-19 has impacted them. The survey was open April 13-20.
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The total percentage of positive cases of COVID-19 in Georgia is now 14.14%, showing a continual decline in the number of positive test results versus the number of administered tests.
Active portions of parks, including playgrounds, will open once again May 9 in the city of Milton.
Unemployment numbers hit a record high in April, the highest level recorded since 1948, when these reports were first issued.
Testing for COVID-19 is now available for all Georgians, not just those showing symptoms of the virus.
Coronavirus in Georgia: Percentage of positive cases drops to 14.53%, the lowest percentage of positive cases to date
The percentage of positive cases of coronavirus versus the number of administered tests decreased to 14.53% since 7 p.m. May 6.
While case counts continue to rise in Georgia, test numbers are also rising—and outpacing the case count growth as of 7 p.m. May 6, according to data from the Georgia Department of Public Health.
Virtual public meeting open through May 25 for community input on trail connection between Alpha Loop, Big Creek Greenway
The Alpha Link spans 1.75 miles, crossing Haynes Bridge Road and following Georgia 400 west to Encore Parkway. From Encore, Alpha Link will head south to North Point Parkway and cross to the Big Creek Greenway trails.
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Coronavirus in Georgia: Number of administered tests rises 9.72% in 24 hours; case counts grow by 1.37% during same time
The number of administered coronavirus tests in Georgia now surpasses 200,000, according to the latest data from the Georgia Department of Public Health.
Alternate graduation ceremonies for Alpharetta, Cambridge, Milton high schools to be held in late May
Alternate graduation ceremonies were announced for all Fulton County Schools high schools during the May 5 FCS Board of Education work session.
Alpharetta City Council awards construction contract for crosswalk at midblock of Marietta, South Main streets
A crosswalk at the mid-block of Marietta and South Main streets will be constructed within the next eight months, per the approval of a construction contract between the city of Alpharetta and Chattahoochee Group Inc.
Coronavirus case counts in Georgia are approaching 30,000, while test numbers are also increasing past 180,000, according to data from the Georgia Department of Public Health.
Alpharetta City Council approves contract for inclusive community playground at Alpharetta Elementary School
An inclusive playground is coming to Alpharetta Elementary School for both school use and city resident use, per an intergovernmental agreement between the city of Alpharetta and Fulton County Schools.
Q&A with the Georgia Restaurant Association: How COVID-19 has impacted the state's restaurant industry
COVID-19 has caused a $2.5 billion revenue loss in the restaurant industry statewide since March 17, according to the Georgia Restaurant Association.