PRESS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
Mar 1, 2023
'IT'S REMEMBRANCE:' JOHNS CREEK RESIDENTS DISCUSS THE IMPORTANCE OF JUNETEENTH CELEBRATIONS
FULTON COUNTY, Ga. — Tuesday night, a local city declared Juneteenth a holiday, but not before some controversy.
Some leaders in the town of Johns Creek wanted to combine the day which marks the end of slavery with July 4th.
Feb 22, 2023
PHOTOS: MACEDONIA CEMETERY DESCENDANTS REMEMBER DEAD, LOOK AHEAD
PHOTO ESSAY FROM AMBER PERRY/APPEN MEDIA | Family members of those buried at Macedonia gathered there Feb. 18 and heard from Johns Creek Historical Society members about the cemetery’s history.
Jun 13, 2022
JUNETEENTH STILL ISN'T RECOGNIZED IN THESE METRO ATLANTA CITIES
Despite becoming an official holiday on the state and federal level, several local governments haven’t followed suit.