Johns Creek is getting a fourth fire station, located on Kimball Bridge Road just west of Jones Bridge Road, that will expedite response times in the city’s central and northern areas.
Early voting for the runoff election that will decide three Johns Creek City Council posts will be held from Nov. 25-27 at five locations prior to the main vote on Dec. 3.
Johns Creek’s Recreation and Parks Division is hosting its annual “Breakfast with Santa” at Park Place in Newtown School at 9 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. on Dec. 14.
Three Johns Creek City Council posts will be decided in a runoff election on Dec. 3 after no candidate took the majority of the vote this past Tuesday.
Emory Johns Creek Hospital raised more than $20,000 for the American Heart Association (AHA) though its first-ever golf tournament, which was held at St. Ives Country Club last month.
Legendary music group The Crystals will open the Johns Creek Symphony Orchestra (JSCO) season by belting out hits such as “He’s a Rebel,” “Uptown,” “Then He Kissed Me” and “Da Doo Ron Ron,” when they take the stage at Johns Creek United Methodist Church Nov. 16 at 7:30 p.m.
The philanthropic effort aims to alleviate the financial burden during the holiday season for struggling families in Alpharetta, Johns Creek, Milton, Mountain Park and Roswell.
The Johns Creek Convention and Visitors Bureau is holding an online survey to let the community pick the piece of art that will be located near the intersection of Kimball Bridge Road and State Bridge Road.
Daylight Saving Time ends at 2 a.m. Sunday, meaning Gwinnettians will have to turn their clocks back by an hour before heading to bed Saturday night.
Emory Johns Creek Hospital, which is already regarded as one of the best in the world is getting even better – by opening a Nuclear Medicine Unit that will offer patients cutting edge technology.
A Johns Creek-based nonprofit is hoping runners will want to leave with more than the satisfaction of finishing a great race on Saturday.
Nearly nine miles of streets in 16 subdivisions and 3.15 miles of nine main roads have been repaved by the Johns Creek Public Works Department, which recently completed the first round of its four-year plan to improve road conditions.
More than 130 artists, artisans, musicians and concessionaires will turn the spot overlooking Medlock Bridge Road across from The Atlanta Athletic Club into the place to be this weekend with the Johns Creek Arts Festival.
Looking for a safe and fun way to get a jump on Halloween? The Johns Creek Police Department’s annual is hosting its annual Trunk or Treat event Wednesday from 6 to 8 p.m.
Jeff Hogan, a former Johns Creek Fire Chief who was announced as Georgia's state fire marshal in January, has stepped down from the position after less than 10 months.
The city of Johns Creek has found a unique way to promote breast cancer awareness. On Tuesday, the city unveiled four Johns Creek police cars that include a pink ribbon and the words “police” and “Johns Creek” in pink.
Cancer survivors will have their victories over the disease symbolized in public spaces throughout Johns Creek by “Daffodils 4 Hope,” a project in which the flower will planted to honor their perseverance.
During a Sept. 9 meeting, the Johns Creek City Council approved $340,000 for engineering consultants to finish plans to widen Haynes Bridge Road from a two- to a four-lane road.
Johns Creek government officials recently received the Distinguished Budget Presentation Award from the Government Finance Officers Association
The city of Johns Creek hosted its latest in the Summer Concert series Sept. 7 at Newtown Park featuring two musical groups: Tribute (an Allman Brothers cover band) and The Core (an Eric Clapton cover band).
The Forsyth County Sheriff's Office announced Thursday a multi-agency operation combating child exploitation resulted in 24 arrests, including one of a Lawrenceville man.
From now on, portions of State Route 120 from Lawrenceville to Johns Creek will be named for two prominent Gwinnett County businessmen.
A wandering black bear with a taste for food outside the traditional North Georgia Mountains stomping grounds has been spotted around Johns Creek for several weeks now, according to police.
Organizers have planned a debate from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Oct. 2 at Northview High School’s auditorium offering candidates for Johns Creek’s three open city council posts a chance to discuss their views.
The community is invited to attend a Patriot Day commemoration event in honor of the people and first responders who lost their lives as a result of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
Johns Creek residents can recycle clothing, small furniture, home medical equipment and other hard-to-dispose-of and large items from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sept. 21.
At the most recent gathering Aug. 31, residents of Johns Creek and beyond came out to enjoy a viewing of Disney’s “Ralph Breaks the Internet."
Residents recently qualified as candidates for the Johns Creek City Council Election set for Tuesday, Nov. 5. The election is for the council seats of Post 2, Post 4 and Post 6.
Using data such as median income, graduation rates, violent crimes, property crimes and sex offender rates, SafeWise ranked Johns Creek third on its 50 Safest Cities to Raise a Child in 2019 report.