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Growing up with a mother who was a former Miss North Carolina, one could assume Sabrina Elson would be competing in pageants before she could walk. But for the sophomore at Johns Creek High … more
The safety net that unfolded under Suellen Daniels during a period of adversity opened her eyes to the quiet needs within her own community, and the determination to do something about it. more
The average American is said to drink 3.2 cups of coffee a day. more
Tucked away in a small house, off a lightly traveled side road in downtown Alpharetta, sits the center of a global organization that has impacted thousands of people in developing countries around … more
Ryan Doll and Anne Meadows will marry Aug. 27 after a friendship and courtship that began at Georgia Tech four years ago. more
This is the second in a two-part series on organizing your life and home with advice from professional organizer and Johns Creek resident Katherine Trezise. In this feature, Trezise discusses the issue of hoarding and how to recognize the signs of the disorder, as well as ways to help a friend or loved one you think may be a hoarder. more
To put words to the life Jacqueline Vergez has lived — and is living — is to describe a journey with constantly changing narratives, heartbreaks and triumphs, but above all, a life lived with purpose. more
Katherine Trezise was drawn to the idea of helping people declutter their lives and organize their living spaces long before the idea of “professional organizer” became a popular career choice. more
Terry Newton never thought of herself as the type of person who travels to other countries to help disabled orphans. more
Peg Engleka is like a dog with a new bone. After retiring from playing field hockey for 11 years with Team USA, she and her husband, Matt, decided to open up their own pet boarding and dog day care facility. more
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Farrah Haidar, left, and Hala Yassine, are two of the seven sisters involved in Seven Sisters Scones in Johns Creek, offering their customers a modern take on a traditional breakfast treat.
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