Tuesday, March 5, 2013
On Tuesday, March 5, at 7 p.m., Fulton County Commissioner William “Bill” Edwards will join with pastors, clergy and the community from throughout South Fulton to hold a Town Hall meeting
On Tuesday, March 5, at 7 p.m., various South Fulton clergy will invite Fulton County Commissioner William “Bill” Edwards to join them and the community from throughout South Fulton to hold a Town Hall meeting to discuss several bills that are under consideration by the General Assembly. According to the Office of Communications, the meeting will be hosted by Jackson Memorial Baptist Church located at 534 Fairburn Road, NW, Atlanta, GA 30331. Participating clergy will include Reverend Gregory Sutton, Reverend Andrew Stephens, Reverend Warren Henry, Reverend Walter Kimbrough, Reverend Gregory Pollard, Pastor Gary Taylor, Bishop Alonzo Terry, and others. Discussion will focus on House Bills 170, 171 and 172 and the impact they will have on …
Monday, January 14, 2013
The Fulton County Department of Facilities and Transportation Services will hold its last of 3 open house meetings to discuss South Fulton transportation.
Monday, January 14
Important Meetings Scheduled To Discuss the Future of Transportation in South Fulton. We Want To Hear From You! The Fulton County Department of Facilities and Transportation Services will hold 3 open house meetings for the South Fulton Comprehensive Transportation Plan (SFCTP). The SFCTP will be a set of policies, programs and investment strategies aimed at guiding transportation decisions in the next twenty years. The area of study includes the southern portion of Fulton County, Chattahoochee Hills, College Park, East Point, Fairburn, Hapeville, Palmetto, and Union City. Citizens will be given an opportunity to comment on the findings and share any transportation issues impacting their communities. Maps will be on display and Fulton …
Friday, June 3, 2011
Word spread rapidly about free concert for the opening of Fulton County's new Wolf Creek Amphitheater.
Excitement is building in southwest Atlanta over India Arie's upcoming performance at the all new Wolf Creek Amphitheater. The venue will launch it's inaugural summer series with a free performance by the Grammy Award winning, neo-soul artist on Sat., June 4 at 6:30 p.m. "India Arie is my favorite musicians and I am looking forward to seeing and hearing her performance live, on a stage, that’s right in my own neighborhood," said Sonya Walston, a Fulton County resident. "The amphitheater," she said, "which sits hidden behind trees off Enon Road has been a well kept secret in South Fulton for several years." Walston said she quickly sent a text message out to all of her friends as soon as her homeowners association president notified …
Saturday, February 12, 2011
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Since we launched Nov. 29, 2010, Cascade Patch has been working hard, every day, to perfect this daily community news site. In addition to our news stories, we've built this site so that you have plenty of opportunities to comment on stories, share your opinions, post photos and announcements and add events to the community calendar. We hope Cascade Patch will strengthen the community, but we can't do it without you! Here are ways you can take advantage of this great southwest Atlanta and (north) South Fulton website: 1. Comment on an Article We subscribe to the idea that "news is a conversation." Much of our reporting will emanate from what readers tell us in e-mails, comments on our sites, and in conversations around town. Share your …