Forsyth County School District is taking precaution in case of an outbreak of the new coronavirus. The new Coronavirus, which originated in China is now called COVID-19. It's caused by a member of the Coronavirus that's a close cousin to the SARS and MERS viruses.
One young, local artist will soon have their work on display at Halcyon according to a press release.
Halcyon, a mixed-use facility in south Forsyth, is hosting the Student Art Wall Challenge. Students are invited to submit an original design for an outdoor mural with the theme “What does Halcyon mean to you?”
SR 400 will have various scheduled north and southbound lane closures related to work being completed on the Pilgrim Mill Rd. bridge (weather permitting).
Scheduled lane closures:
Absentee ballots available for the March 24 Presidential Preference Primary
On Feb. 4, the Forsyth County Voter Registrations and Elections office began issuing absentee ballots for the March 24 Presidential Preference Primary. Applications for absentee ballots for this primary can be requested through March 20.
After violations of the county’s massage and spa ordinance, a south Forsyth business has had its license revoked . At the regular meeting on Thursday, Forsyth County Commissioners voted 5-0 to revoke the massage license for Wanli Inc., doing business as Massage Harmony Spa at 2130 Peachtree Parkway, and licensee Chunlan Wang.
Four new Principals were named for the 2020-2021 school Year. Theay are
Megan Thompson, Lakeside Middle School
2019-20 principal, Kim Head, is retiring.
Thompson started teaching at South Forsyth Middle School, then became an assistant principal at Sharon Elementary School for three years prior to transferring to Lakeside Middle School as an assistant principal in 2017. She has been a Teacher of the Year as well as a committee member on two National Blue Ribbon Schools of Excellence. She holds a doctorate degree from Walden University.
Roswell-based Land of a Thousand Hills Coffee will open its new location at Halcyon on Saturday, bringing the total number of retailers and restaurants open at the Forsyth County mixed-use village to 27 concepts. Johns Creek-based Pharaoh Nails and Spa also opened its new location at Halcyon earlier this month.