Here is the latest COVID-19 case count update for Georgia and Fulton County.
Milton City Council amends initial emergency ordinance, allows council to resume certain policy-making functions
Ordinances can now be brought forward to Milton City Council members while council meetings are conducted virtually.
The Georgia State Board of Cosmetology and Barbers released guidelines for reopening salons and spas beginning Friday, April 24.
View Community Impact Newspaper's recent coverage of the Alpharetta area here.
The Georgia Department of Public Health released the latest case count data for the state, showing statewide case counts at 21,102.
A new AC Hotel by Marriott hotel is coming to the city of Alpharetta.
View these Alpharetta and Milton transportation stories, part of Community Impact Newspaper's area coverage.
Read the latest news from Community Impact Newspaper's Alpharetta-area coverage.
The Georgia Department of Public Health released the latest case count data for the state, showing statewide case counts at 20,166.
Several downtown Alpharetta restaurants are offering programs to donate meals to health care workers during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Plans were first approved by the Alpharetta Design Review Board members April 17.
Final paving on Rucker Road could be completed before May 1 as long as weather permits.
Bridges over Georgia 400, preliminary fiscal year 2020-21 budget among discussion at Alpharetta City Council meeting April 20
Alpharetta City Council members discussed the effects on the city's budget due to COVID-19 as well as showing renderings of future bridge construction over the Georgia 400.
Gov. Brian Kemp announces dine-in service at restaurants, nonessential businesses to reopen beginning April 24
Restaurants can reopen dining rooms starting April 27 while gyms, fitness centers, nail salons, hair salons, massage therapy studios and tattoo parlors can reopen beginning April 24.
Comeback Vinyl offers virtual record store, curbside pickup to Alpharetta community while physical doors are closed
Alpharetta's Comeback Vinyl is offering a virtual record store while its brick-and-mortar location is closed to help curb the spread of COVID-19.
Read the latest news from the past week in the Alpharetta and Milton area.
FCS officials are working on plans for alternative graduation ceremonies.
'It was as though someone flipped a switch': Alpharetta's Coalition Food and Beverage adapts to closed dining rooms, partners with sister restaurants in Roswell
Even though Coalition is temporarily closed, Alpharetta residents can still order Coalition's food from Osteria Mattone in Roswell.
Here is some of the latest news readers in the Alpharetta and Milton area should know about.
Meals will now be distributed one day per week as opposed to the previous three times per week; however, those in need will still receive five days worth of meals.
Milton City Council still moved forward with normal city business at the April 15 virtual council meeting despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic causing much of the world to halt.
The city of Milton's declaration of emergency will now remain in effect through May 20.
Restaurants in Alpharetta and Milton are restricted to drive-thru, takeout, curbside pickup and delivery options through April 30.