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  • WellStar North Fulton Hospital (click to Read More)

    Team members at WellStar North Fulton Hospital show their commitment every day to patients by delivering high-quality care, but they are also using their financial resources for the community’s benefit. The North Fulton team donated money to build a new hospital chapel for patients, family and team members.

    North Fulton will convert office space on the first-floor lobby of the hospital into an interfaith chapel where guests can privately pray and meditate 24 hours a day, seven days...
  • Humble Pie Pizza Company (click to Read More)

    Local Humble Pie Pizza Company Chef Abe Colin finished big in the International Pizza Challenge recently, which featured contestants from all over the United States, Canada, Mexico, Italy, Greece, Austria, Scotland and Japan.

    Chef Abe placed fifth in the world as well as second in the southeast region in the non-traditional pizza category. The Challenge is part of the annual International Pizza Expo, which is billed as the best pizza-making contest in North America. Contestants...
  • Local Garden Club Members Attend 89th State Convention (click to Read More)

    The three-day event spotlighted education and awards, beginning with several workshops and tours. The Roswell Garden Club brought home a total of sixty awards. The first-place awards from the Garden Club of Georgia included Civic Improvement, Horticulture Achievement, Litter & Pollution Control and Public Relations. The Deep South Garden Clubs, Inc. also presented the Roswell Garden Club with 1st place awards in Public Relations, Horticulture, Community Action and Litter Control.
  • Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System Celebrates Top Volunteers (click to Read More)

    The value of volunteering topped $1.7 million at Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System for 2016, with 2,950 volunteers donating 73,597 hours, which were valued at $1,733,945.32 in donated services. This is the ninth year library volunteer services have topped $1 million, and the theme of this year’s event was “Hands Down! Our Volunteers are the Best.”

    Library volunteers serve as clerical assistants, computer assistants, English as a second language (ESL) teachers, homework help...
  • Roswell Launches Trolley Pilot Program on Friday & Saturday Nights (click to Read More)

    Visitors to the City of Roswell will find it easier to navigate the Historic District on Friday and Saturday nights with the launch of the Roswell Trolley Pilot Program. The free pilot program will run through August 5th on Fridays and Saturdays, from 5:00-11:00pm.

    Roswell City Council approved the trolley pilot project to move people through the Historic District during the busiest times of the week, Friday and Saturday nights, when parking is hard to come by. This will allow...
  • Community Partner: Kind Bikes (click to Read More)

    Our Bikes Your Cause

    Founded in 2016, Kind Bikes is the brainchild of co-founder Jimmy Stubbs. Drawing from his experience as a participant and then cycling coach with Team in Training, Jimmy realized that there was a huge obstacle preventing thousands of people from participating in charity cycling races and triathlons — the cost of the bicycle. With entry-level road bikes averaging around $1,000, participation in these types of fundraising events is often limited. To promote the

  • Fall in Love with Some of Georgia's Natural Swimming Holes and Rock Slides (click to Read More)

    By Julie Senger

    Anyone who has spent any amount of time in Georgia knows that the line between spring and summertime is often a blurry one. Georgia’s transition between these two seasons is not usually dictated by a date on the calendar, but rather by the temperature outside. Georgia frequently sees 80-90°+ temperatures while it’s still technically “spring.” So, if you’re looking for a unique way to cool off, check out some of these breathtaking waterfalls; submerge

  • Honoring the Fallen (click to Read More)

    Understanding the Traditions Behind How We Say Goodbye to Our Active Duty and Veteran Soldiers

    By Julie Senger

    While all funerals are somber, special, personal and moving experiences for the family and friends who are in mourning, if you’ve ever attended a military funeral, you have experienced an additional level of respect and gratitude through the different traditions, protocols and etiquettes that must be followed by our nation’s military as they assist

  • St. George Village (click to Read More)

    The Single Life — Secure, Comfortable Senior Living

    By Cyndi Braun

    When Bev Langhorne and her husband, Jack, moved to St. George Village in 2011, she knew it was the right place for this time in their lives. Bev already knew several people who lived in the community; they were contacts from her years of volunteering at Saint Joseph’s Hospital in Atlanta. Additionally, she and Jack quickly made new friends as soon as they moved into their new

  • Book Review: The Martyr's Brother (click to Read More)

    By Annell Gerson

    For many of us, “home” includes winding neighborhood roads lined with towering pines, plush fescue lawns sprinkled with azaleas and dogwoods and roads dense with SUV’s loaded with soccer gear, children and the family dog. Compared to “home” around the globe, suburban life in Atlanta is mostly quiet, predictable and safe.

    But what if it wasn’t?

    What if the unimaginable happened in our city? What if a stadium, school or shopping center became the

  • Artist Profile: Peachy Pyron (click to Read More)

    Enjoying the Process

    By Tina Morris

    Peachy Pyron’s debut album, Worth the Burn. was released when she was only fourteen years old and included several self-penned tracks. At that time, her music decidedly fell into the country music genre. As she matured, her sound transformed to an eclectic mix of indie singer/songwriter with a bluesy tone and an acoustic style. Whichever genre, Peachy has a soulful voice that can mesmerize the listener.

    Her creativity has

  • Community Partner: Songs For Kids Foundation (click to Read More)

    Songs For Kids Foundation exists to give kids battling serious illness opportunities to be creative and express themselves through music. This Foundation brings music into hospitals all over the U.S. They also run regular programs in children’s hospitals in five states. Songs for Kids musicians perform mini concerts in hospitals for entire floors of patients as well as making individual bedside visits for kids who are not well enough to leave their rooms. Songs For Kids is not there to just

  • Thomas Eye Group (click to Read More)

    Bringing the World in Focus, One Patients at a Time

    By Cyndi Braun

    It has been said that the eyes are the windows to the soul. If so, that’s all the more reason to pay attention to eye health. When your vision is fuzzy, it’s time to bring your world in focus.

    Whether you need routine eye care or have a more serious vision problem, Thomas Eye Care can help. Founded in 1974, this full-service eye care provider has locations throughout Atlanta including an

  • Springtime Soirée (click to Read More)

    Plan the Perfect Outdoor Dinner Party

    By Julie Senger

    Hooray! Springtime has officially arrived, ushering in warmer temperatures and more daylight hours. So, before we roll in to the sticky-hot, humid days of summer in Georgia, now is the perfect time to plan an outdoor dinner party for friends and family. Here’s what you need to do to pull off the perfect springtime soirée.

    Let’s Get This Party Started!

    Thematically Speaking:...

  • Thriller, Filler, Spiller (click to Read More)

    How to Design and Grow Dramatically Beautiful Container Plants

    By Joshua Fuder

    Container gardening can serve as a terrific first step into gardening for the novice; it’s also ideal if you’re limited on time or space. Additionally, it’s excellent for aging gardeners or anyone with limited mobility because it puts the soil at a height that is more easily accessible.

    Success Starts with the Soil
    The biggest difference in container

  • Northside Heart (click to Read More)

    Bringing Quality Cardiology Care Close to Home

    By Cyndi Braun

    Northside Heart’s Cumming office provides convenience and quality care to residents of North Fulton and Forsyth County. The practice is conveniently located on the Northside Hospital Forsyth campus.

    Northside Heart is one of the largest cardiology practices in the north Atlanta area, with locations in Alpharetta, Atlanta, Canton, Cumming, Roswell, Sandy Springs, Suwanee/Johns Creek and

  • Book Reviews: One Good Thing & The Night the Lights Went Out (click to Read More)

    By Annell Gerson


    Two of Atlanta’s favorite women’s fiction authors both have new novels out this month!

    Wendy Wax’s 10 Beach Road series continues with the sixth installment in the lives of Maddie, Avery, Nikki, Kyra and newest member of the sisterhood, Bitsy. One Good Thing reminds us that despite the heartache of wayward teens, uncertainties of second chances at love, the hormonal rollercoaster of pregnancy, realities of life with the rich and

  • Artist Profile: Kenette Bethel (click to Read More)

    Consumed by Costumes

    By Tina Morris

    Kenette Bethel enjoyed attending plays at Elm Street Playhouse long before she became a costume designer for them. Some may call it chance; some may call it fate, but whichever it was, it was a perfect match. While attending a play at the Elm Street Playhouse, Kenette discovered a flyer in the program that said, “looking for visionary support.” She took a chance and emailed the playhouse. Soon, she began working in the costume design

  • To Protect and Serve: Dogs That Take a Bite Out of Crime (click to Read More)

    By Julie Senger

    Many of us look forward to having our beloved family dog excitedly greet us at the door at the end of our day, tail wagging, jumping up and down as they look out the window to see us pull in the driveway and emerge from our vehicle. No matter what kind of day we’ve had, we can always count on our dog to be happy to see us, even if it’s just because they need a potty break. There’s a certain level of comfort in that.

    We rely on our dogs for many

  • Buying a House (click to Read More)

    Here are Some Things to Know...

    By Ashley Donnelly

    Buying your first home is an exciting milestone and a great investment! However, it can also be intimidating and stressful trying to make sure you’re buying a quality home. Having a realtor’s experience and guidance can help greatly with this. They will guide you through the process, make sure you’re protected and ensure you have enough due-diligence days to get a thorough inspection. An experienced realtor has