Alpharetta city leaders gathered alongside famed hospitality expert and “Bar Rescue” star Jon Taffer Monday to celebrate the opening of Taffer’s Tavern.
A serious crash with injuries has shut down multiple lanes of GA 400 Friday morning.
One company tied to the travel industry that was hit hard by the pandemic is trying to support small businesses and employees falling on hard times.
If you think the bright pink kiosk at Alpharetta's Avalon is colorful, wait until you see what's packed inside.
Stuck in a food rut? This week is the perfect time to check out Alpharetta's diverse lineup of restaurants.
The Ginger Room fills Alpharetta’s historic Skelton-Teasley House, built in 1856, with an array of tea, coffee and ginger juices.
It’s a long way from downtown Alpharetta to the Florida panhandle, but the atmosphere and vibe at Chiringa make it feel much closer.
Police believe the Georgia man's death is suicide after he was charged in last week's riots at the U.S. Capitol.
Two metro Atlanta cities have made the top five list of most generous cities in America in 2020, a new report says.
Santa has already arrived at Alpharetta’s Avalon, bringing a long list of holiday activities with him.
Ground & Pound Coffee in Alpharetta wants you to come and celebrate National Coffee Day with them.
An assisted living home in Alpharetta, Georgia recently introduced "hugging stations" at their facility to help residents who may be separated from loved ones due to the pandemic.
Alpharetta police clocked a motorcyclist going nearly triple the speed limit on Georgia 400 on Labor Day.
An Atlanta entrepreneur is making it easier for the neighborhood to get food. The "Free99Fridge" started only two months ago and it's already helping the community.
The family of an Alpharetta man is perplexed as to why he took extreme actions after being stopped by police who sought to check the tint on his car windows.
Police are investigating after a serious crash on GA400 near Haynes Bridge Road.
Grammy-nominated group Nappy Roots has teamed up with Cherry Street Brewing for a limited-edition brew called "On My Way to GA."
It's not uncommon to see teens riding skateboards on sidewalks and along streets in downtown Alpharetta. After numerous complaints city leaders are trying to come up with a new ordinance that won't put too many restrictions on the teens.
Sometimes you meet a true friend, when you least expect it.
As Georgia takes the first steps to reopen for business, the state still remains far behind other states when it comes to testing for COVID-19.