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Johns Creek Mayor Mike Bodker and the City Council have the power to fully address the public emergency created by the COVID-19 global pandemic affecting the life, health, property and public peace within Johns Creek after the city adopted an emergency ordinance Wednesday.

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Johns Creek Police Chief and Acting City Manager Ed Densmore visited with second grade students at Holy Redeemer Catholic School on Wednesday. Densmore spoke to the children about his job as police chief, explained various police equipment, answered questions and ate lunch with students in t…

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Emory Johns Creek Hospital has hired endocrinologist Ali Rizvi, who will help patients in need of specialized treatment for the full range of diseases of the body’s glands and hormones.

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Johns Creek’s plan to develop the 200-acre Cauley Creek Park is on the verge of receiving a $3 million grant from the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, as it is among more than a dozen statewide projects that would receive funding under the Georgia Outdoor Stewardship Program (GOSP).

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A decorated financial officer from California has been hired to be the new finance director for the City of Johns Creek. Ronnie Campbell will join the senior management team, the city announced on Thursday.

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Three of the city’s high schools — Johns Creek, Chattahoochee and Northview — and one other in Fulton County – Alpharetta – were recently ranked among the top 10 public schools in the state by Niche.com, with Northview also named as one of the state’s 10 best overall, which includes private …

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Johns Creek High Band Director Matt Koperniak was recently named the 2019 Georgia Music Educators Association (GMEA) Music Educator of the Year, which recognizes outstanding merit in teaching and/or administration by music educators whose service to students, community, and the profession is…

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Emory Johns Creek Hospital will hold its annual Women’s Wellness Expo to let women know they don’t have to drive very far to receive some of the best health care in the country.

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Johns Creek will build its first new park as part of a $40 million parks bond that was approved by city residents in November 2016.

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Julia Bernath and Linda Bryant have officially switched positions on the Fulton County Board of Education, with Bernath elevating to president to replace Bryant, who assumes the role of vice president, which Bernath had occupied.

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The Johns Creek Police Department has created two new phone lines intended for homeowners when they are out of town, see something suspicious or have been alerted that their security system an intruder has been detected.

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Mayor Mike Bodker, City Council members John Bradberry and Brian Weaver, and Fulton County Commissioner Liz Hausmann were among the crowd of about 350 to mark the recent grand opening of Loyal Trust Bank.

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Big Blue Swim School is so confident it can make kids better swimmers it will offer a free lesson to families once the company opens its newest location in Johns Creek, the company’s first franchise located outside of Illinois.

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