Job boost for Roswell as property group moves in

February 18, 2018 by  

Brixmor Property Group, which operates open-air, high-quality shopping centers, has moved its regional office to Roswell, and brought 50 jobs with [Read more]

Roswell makes plans to recycle Christmas trees

January 5, 2018 by  

Getting rid of the Christmas tree is an annual problem for many people, but Roswell has the answer: its ‘Bring One for the Chipper’ effort.

For the 27th year, Roswell is [Read more]

New bus route begins in Roswell

December 23, 2017 by  

The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) has just started a new route in Roswell, after the organization’s Board of Directors voted to add buses to [Read more]

Work continues to repair Roswell sinkhole

November 14, 2017 by  

A sinkhole on Highway 9 in Roswell has reopened, and work to repair it is due to finish today.

The sinkhole was caused when a storm drain about 20 feet beneath the road rusted through and collapsed. The Georgia Department of Transportation and the city’s Transportation Department are working together to make certain the work is done safely and properly. The sinkhole is between Oxbo Road and Oak Street.

One lane will be open each direction during the repairs, but officials suggest drivers find alternate routes if at all possible, since Highway 9 will not be able to carry as much traffic as usual.

Repairs will entail constructing a new pipeline to pass beneath the road, in addition to building the structures associated with it on either side of the thoroughfare. The work should be finished today, depending on the weather.

In general, sinkholes usually form when an underground void appears, creating a depression that drains everything near it. In this particular case, the water pipe collapsed and earth filled the space created when the pipe crumpled. Water from the pipe saturated the soil, further weighing it down, while a cavity formed on top of the pipe and expanded upward until it reached the surface.

When incidents like this occur, officials can work with a flyer printing company to create a mailer for residents warning them of the danger and suggesting alternative routes.

Roswell Council gives go-ahead for purchase of land

October 25, 2017 by  

The Roswell City Council recently approved the purchase of land to create the new Seven Branches Legacy Park. [Read more]

Theater celebrates quarter of a century

September 25, 2017 by  

The Georgia Ensemble Theatre turned 25 this year, and is celebrating the occasion with a year-long party.

Robert J. Farley, the [Read more]

Roswell Aquatics Center expands services

August 26, 2017 by  

The Adult Aquatics Center in Roswell has recently expanded the services it offers. Previous to August 1, 2017, the center was reserved for those age 50 and older, but on that date, it began admitting everyone over the age of 25. [Read more]

Little Helpers help clean up Roswell

July 30, 2017 by  

Recently, as part of Roswell’s Adopt-a-Road effort, members of Roswell’s Little Helpers cleaned up trash along Woodstock Road. Those [Read more]

Roswell passes budget

June 22, 2017 by  

The Roswell City Council recently passed the city’s budget for FY2018, garnering tremendous applause from residents who had attended the budget meeting.

Jere Wood, Roswell’s mayor, says [Read more]

Roswell schedules river race

May 17, 2017 by  

For the 15th year in a row, paddlers will celebrate the fun people can have on the water at the Back to the Chattahoochee River Race and Festival.

The event is organized by [Read more]

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