Leanne Jeong joined the nonprofit TeleHealth Access for Seniors as the state lead in mid-June. The nonprofit, which was created by students at Yale University, collects old camera-enabled devices for low-income and elderly patients across Georgia.
The Johns Creek Public Works Department has finished its second season of repaving neighborhood streets in the 2019-2023 paving plan, the city recently announced.
Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University at Emory Johns Creek Hospital has opened a new state-of-the-art infusion pharmacy and is expanding the infusion center to better serve patients.
Aesha Shah, a rising sophomore at Northview High School in Johns Creek, created the platform Discovery Circle to give back to the community during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Gwinnett County Fire Department, Johns Creek Fire Department and Duluth police officers responded to Abbott’s Bridge Park Saturday to save a woman and two children who became stranded after their tube deflated on the Chattahoochee River Saturday evening.
Mayor Mike Bodker, Mayor Pro Tem Lenny Zaprowski and City Council Member Stephanie Endres attended the groundbreaking ceremony for the expansion of Emory Johns Creek Hospital’s Medical Office Building on June 16.
Johns Creek City Manager Ed Densmore is inviting city residents, faith leaders, community leaders, city employees and business owners to talk to him early next month about race relations and other issues in the north Fulton city.
Gwinnett County and the city of Johns Creek are getting funding from the state to pay for road widening projects on Sugarloaf Parkway and McGinnis Ferry Road, Gov. Brian Kemp and the State Road and Tollway Authority announced Tuesday.
Big Blue School will open its first Atlanta area pool in Johns Creek June 22, offering lessons seven days a week to children ages 6 months to 12 years of age.
Rising Johns Creek High School sophomores Ansh Shah, Kai Lee, Peter Gottschalk and Vidur Modgil created the HCubed Foundation to collect supplies and coordinate food drives to help those affected most by the COVID-19 pandemic — low-income families and the homeless.
On Monday, the city of Johns Creek will begin to get back to some normalcy, at least where City Hall is concerned. The city announced that it will begin phase one of reopening City Hall on Monday, with access to the first floor open to the public.
Johns Creek Police Chief Chris Byers, who stirred controversy with a post about the Black Live Matter and local pastors on his personal Facebook page is under investigation and on administrative leave because of new allegations against him.
To this date, Chattahoochee High School student Julia Scott has donated close to 300 ear savers to Emory Johns Creek Hospital, Kroger and H-Mart, as well as several other places around the community and Tennessee using a 3D printer she and her father built. Ear savers, Julia said, are device…
To this date, Chattahoochee High School student Julia Scott has donated close to 300 ear savers to Emory Johns Creek Hospital, Kroger and H-Mart, as well as several other places around the community and Tennessee using a 3D printer she and her father built.
Johns Creek Police Chief Chris Byers is taking some time away from the city's police department a little over two months after he took the job, amid the backlash over comments he made about the Black Lives Matter movement and local pastors on his personal Facebook page, the city announced Thursday.
With absentee by mail ballots still being counted on Thursday, Dr. Michelle Au appeared poised to face attorney Matt Reeves in November for the open state Senate District 48 seat.
More than two months after he was picked to lead the Johns Creek Police Department, Chief Chris Byers has already stirred controversy for the north Fulton County city after a news report surfaced about comments he made on his personal Facebook page about the Black Lives Matter movement and local pastors.
This six-bedroom, eight-bathroom, 9,349 square-foot home in Johns Creek is listed for $2.3 million on Zillow.
Johns Creek resident Grace Zhang has used her connections in the past few months to facilitate the donation of an estimated 32,410 masks in the community.
Chattahoochee High School students Dhruv and Medhini Anand have spent their time during the COVID-19 pandemic raising money, feeding the hungry and focusing their efforts toward paying it forward.
Like many who are dealing with the quarantine life that has come with the COVID-19 pandemic, Aditi Mohan found herself with extra free time and a desire to help.
North Fulton Community Charities’ (NFCC) Board of Directors welcomed three new members and elected new officers for the 2021 fiscal year, the organization announced in a press release.
Atlanta Falcons owner Arthur Blank recently donated $140,000 worth of Microsoft Surface tablets to Emory Healthcare to assist frontline workers, patients and families during the crisis.
This five-bedroom, seven-bathroom, 7,031 square-foot home in Johns Creek is listed for $1.5 million on Zillow.
Nurses, like the dedicated staff at Emory Johns Creek Hospital, have been in the spotlight from the moment the novel coronavirus pandemic began.
ATLANTA — It was open season on former U.S. Rep. Karen Handel on Monday when four Republican opponents who have never held public office teed off on her in an hourlong debate streamed by Georgia Public Broadcasting.
A pair of seniors from Johns Creek have been named 2020 Coca-Cola Scholars and will receive $20,000 college scholarships for attaining the prestigious honor.
Police in Johns Creek are investigating after someone vandalized a Vietnam Veterans Memorial sometime during this past weekend, and city officials said it could take thousands of dollars to make the appropriate repairs.
Alexys Cane is so outgoing she’s known as “The Mayor” at her school, her mom says. Last week the kindergarten student was feted in a way befitting a city dignitary.
David Hsi’s goal is to work in the medical field. For now he is content with helping those already in that field through providing meals for health care workers.
It remains to be seen when it will be open to the public, but the cricket pitch project at Shakerag Park is ready to be used as soon as local restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic are lifted.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to impact many workers, the Johns Creek Public Works crew are making progress on several projects, including the T-SPLOST project to widen State Bridge Road.
As a way to promote being engaged, active and positive during the tough times that have come with the coronavirus pandemic, the city of Johns Creek and the Johns Creek Art Center have started a campaign called “Share Joy!”
With the coronavirus pandemic continuing and intensifying, people are looking for ways to help. For those interested in donating supplies to Emory Johns Creek Hospital, or any other hospital in the Emory Healthcare system, a drive-through donation site has been set up.
Gwinnett’s Cooperative Food Ministries are stepping in to fill a food insecurity void left when Gwinnett County Public Schools pauses its meal deliveries during spring break. Find the zip codes and corresponding co-op serving your area.
I want to assure you that we are all in this together and we will come out of these challenging times stronger as individuals and as a community, Johns Creek Mayor Mike Bodker said.
Emory Johns Creek Hospital (EJCH) was recently honored for nursing excellence, earning “Magnet” status by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Magnet Recognition program.
Johns Creek’s first responders will be handling emergencies differently in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, Johns Creek Fire Chief Chris Coons said in a video posted on the city’s website.