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West Forsyth's Whittaker finds success at Loyola University - Forsyth News
Two years ago, Megan Whittaker was at a crossroads. The former West Forsyth girls’ basketball standout felt ensnarled by the maelstrom of college basketball. The coach who recruited Whittaker to Louisiana-Lafayette in 2011 had been fired. Her new one ...
Requests for hundreds of new homes clear Forsyth planning board - Forsyth News
FORSYTH COUNTY — Requests for nine new neighborhoods totaling 967 homes — and stretching into every district of Forysth — were recommended for approval Tuesday night by the county planning board. The lots, all single-family residential and ranging in ...
West Forsyth grad in cookoff for Super Bowl - Forsyth News
FORSYTH COUNTY — A Forsyth County high school graduate is set compete at Super Bowl XLIX, but she won’t be on the field. She’ll be at the pre-parties, concocting something millions of viewers find vital to the Sunday experience: the game day menu.
New field space found for youth rec sports in south Forsyth - Forsyth News
SOUTH FORSYTH — The county’s government and school system are close to an agreement that will provide additional space for youth sports in south Forsyth. Under the plan, which got the county commission’s approval Tuesday, Forsyth would renovate a ...
Forsyth’s schools practicing for winter weather - Forsyth News
FORSYTH COUNTY — Schools routinely conduct fire drills and review tornado scenarios and lockdown procedures. Many even have acquired a standardized procedure for an active shooter lockdown. But practice for a snow day? Forsyth County has one. Sort of.
Top young spellers in Forsyth County compete Saturday - Forsyth News
SOUTH FORSYTH — Representatives from Forsyth County’s 29 elementary and middle schools will gather Saturday to test their knowledge of the English language. Or rather, how to spell words in it. The one who spells his or her way through the 2014-15 ...
West Forsyth's Parker, Pirkle commit to Arkansas soccer - Forsyth News
On the trip back to Cumming on Monday, through Little Rock and Memphis and Birmingham and Atlanta, Carsen Parker and Brooke Pirkle figured out their future. The West Forsyth sophomores were coming back from a visit to the University of Arkansas and the ...
Cumming man arrested after $25K in drugs found - Forsyth News
From The Times of Gainesville By Nick Watson CUMMING — A Cumming man has been charged with trafficking methamphetamine in Oakwood [email protected]
POSTED: January 28, 2015 1:25 p.m. CUMMING — A Cumming man has been charged with trafficking ...
Shroud Encounter coming to north Forsyth church - Forsyth News
NORTH FORSYTH — Shroud Encounter will be coming to Good Shepherd Catholic Church on Feb. 14. The event, which will be held in the church’s parish life center gym starts at 10:30 a.m. Doors open at 9:30 a.m. Admission is $10 in advance and $13 at the ...
THE BUZZ: Pinecrest students join March For Life - Forsyth News
Our weekly print and video series where local high school students share “The Buzz” about what’s going on at their school – and compete for the most “buzzworthy” moment of the week. Tell us who should win by sharing your thoughts with us on ...
Applications accepted for Sawnee EMC’s D.C. trip - Forsyth News
CUMMING — Applications are being accepted for a trip to the nation’s capital that is available to a select group of high school students. Juniors and seniors whose parents are Sawnee Electric Membership Corp. members can apply through Feb. 13 to be ...
PREP ROUNDUP: Lambert girls upset Centennial for region win - Forsyth News
ROSWELL – Leah Cote had a double-double with 13 points and 13 rebounds as the Lady Longhorns got a big Region 6-AAAAAA victory Tuesday on the road. Ashley Johnson added 13 points for Lambert (11-11, 6-9), helping the Lady Longhorns avenge a 43-30 loss to ...
What Mama taught lives on every day - Forsyth News
There’s not a day goes by that I don’t think of Mama and do something the way she taught me to do it. A deep sapphire blue silk blouse needed to be hand-washed for the first time but as I plunged it into a basin of cold water, the color began to run.
Some etiquette from yesteryear endures - Forsyth News
On a recent excursion in downtown Atlanta, we made our way to enter a large building with revolving doors. Except for a brief time as a child, I have never been a fan of revolving doors. My overactive imagination always envisions me getting pinned and ...
THE GRIND: Lambert's Kohlins hungry for redemption - Forsyth News
Health can be a fleeting thing in wrestling, and Lambert sophomore Eric Kohlins knows that all-too-well. Two days before the area individual duals last year, Kohlins came down with the flu and saw his chances of qualifying for the state tournament ...