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  • Book Review - The Death of Santini (click to Read More)

     A memoir about a healing of hearts between father and son

    By Catherine Groves

    In “The Death of Santini,” Pat Conroy brings to us a memoir that is as powerful, touching, and personal as anything he’s delivered to date.

    Pat Conroy has spent most of his life writing about his heart-wrenching childhood, portrayed by such characters as Tom Wingo in “The Prince of Tides,” Jack McCall in “Beach Music,” and Ben Meechum in “The Great Santini.” Pat was the

  • Lake & Outdoor Recreation (click to Read More)

    Georgia’s parks and waters offer relaxing family fun and thrilling adventures this summer.

     By Michelle Martin

    Georgia’s natural venues offer the perfect setting to enjoy your favorite summertime outdoor activities. Whether you’re looking for a relaxing day of fishing, birding and observing the beauty of nature, or are trying a more daring adventure like whitewater rafting, zip lining or rock climbing, you can experience the best of the summertime outdoors

  • The Tint Guy (click to Read More)


    The Clear Choice for Window Tinting

    By Michelle Martin
    For nearly 30 years, Chris Robinson has been known as “The Tint Guy.” Robinson, at age 16, just wanted to customize his first car by tinting the windows himself, but quickly realized there could be a future in window tinting professionally. “Window tinting was just a hobby,” he says, “but as more and more friends asked me to tint their car windows, I realized it was a good way to earn some extra

  • Huntington Learning Center - Helping Students Achieve Academic Success (click to Read More)

    Huntington Learning Center celebrates its 10-year anniversary in Woodstock, in the same location, this month. Reid Trego, executive director of Huntington Learning Center in Woodstock, is proud to have provided such a valuable educational service for so long to families in Woodstock and surrounding areas. “It has been so rewarding to be a part of the community where my own family lives, and to watch more and more families move here and grow as the community has grown over the years,” he

  • Summer Camps (click to Read More)

    Summer Camps
    Recreational, creative and educational programs promote overall youth development.
    By Michelle Martin

    In this technology-driven age when it seems so much of our kids’ focus is in some sort of hand-held electronic device and, in many cases, the only social aspect of their lives is social media, it’s encouraging to know there still are opportunities for kids to unplug and connect for real — with the outdoors, with new interests, with other kids, and even with...
  • Green Initiatives (click to Read More)

    Going Green
    Communities’ eco-friendly efforts promote energy efficiency, reduce waste and improve quality of life.
    By Michelle Martin

    Environmental conservation has become a familiar concept in recent years. But, do you know what your community is doing to reduce its environmental footprint and increase overall sustainability? You may be surprised to learn that these green initiatives are not only conserving our own natural resources but also improving energy efficiency,...
  • Book Review - Sycamore Row (click to Read More)

    ‘Sycamore Row’
    The beloved hero from “A Time to Kill” returns to Ford County in John Grisham’s latest legal thriller.
    By Catherine Groves

    The courthouse in Clanton, Miss., is remembered to readers who followed Jake Brigance through the controversial trial in John Grisham’s “A Time to Kill.” In this new bestseller, Jake returns to the courthouse in Ford County and, once again, becomes immersed in racial turmoil — turmoil that creates a line that divides the citizens in this...
  • Artist Profile - The Thrillhammers (click to Read More)

    25 Years of Rock ‘N’ Roll... and Counting!

    By Heike Hellmann-Brown

    Music has been an integral part of The Thrillhammers’ lives for as long as they can remember. “All four of us were raised within a few miles of each other, in families full of musicians where sing-alongs were a tradition,” says Shannon Bobo, guitarist and bass player of the band. The friendships of the four members of The Thrillhammers date back as far as first grade, and, while they individually joined