Earth Fare to close two metro Atlanta grocery stores – Greensboro – Triad Business Journal

Asheville-based natural foods grocer Earth Fare Inc. is closing two of its metro Atlanta stores due to “real estate challenges.”

The stores in Peachtree Corners and at the Emory Point development (near the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) will close at the end of the month. Continue reading →

Comprehensive Plan Meeting For Peachtree Corners Set For April 10

Comprehensive Plan Meeting For Peachtree Corners Set For April 10

PEACHTREE CORNERS, GA — The City of Peachtree Corners is updating its 2033 Comprehensive Plan which is a planning document that directs all activities related to land use, transportation, housing and economic development. The Comprehensive Plan is the guiding document for the city’s future and is updated every five years; it can be viewed on the Community Development page. Continue reading →

Pilot Episode Of ‘Angel,’ Pilates Featured On ‘The Corners’ Debut

Pilot Episode Of ‘Angel,’ Pilates Featured On ‘The Corners’ Debut

PEACHTREE CORNERS, GA – The first episode of “The Corners” show made its debut March 8. It’s a fun, entertainment show featuring fashion, food, lifestyle, DIY, glamour, sports, fitness and interesting people and businesses. It’s all about Peachtree Corners and all of the show hosts either live or work in Gwinnett’s newest city. Continue reading →

John Roger William, of Peachtree City

John Roger William, of Peachtree City

John Williams

John Roger Williams, loving husband and proud father, passed away on February 28, 2018 in Peachtree City, Ga.

John was born in Pasadena, Calif. on June 25, 1949 to the late William J. and Ann Hunt Williams, their first son and the second of three children. He grew up in La Jolla, Calif. and graduated from La Jolla High School in 1968. Continue reading →

Homeless At Peachtree-Pine Shelter Will Be Transitioned In ‘Humane Manner’: Group

Homeless At Peachtree-Pine Shelter Will Be Transitioned In ‘Humane Manner’: Group

ATLANTA, GA — In the wake of news that one of Atlanta’s most visible homeless shelters will close its doors this fall, its purchaser, Central Atlanta Progress, and seller, the Metro Atlanta Task Force for the Homeless, now are faced with the task of finding other places for hundreds of men and women to stay. Continue reading →