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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.

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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.

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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…

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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. 

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