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There are many common medical conditions where exercise, instead of restoring vitality, is actually depleting it,” said Johns Creek resident and longtime physical therapist and certified yoga therapist Lisa Hughes. more
With team names like the Toxic Shock, Sake Tuya and Denim Demons and team players named Rudy Huxtabrawl and Choke Cherry, being a roller derby girl may not be for the faint of heart. more
Under the direction and leadership of Mary Ellen Garrett, senior vice president of wealth management, The Garrett Group provides its clients with 30 years of solid industry experience. more
Kimberly Schlapman is a founding member of the Grammy Award-winning country music band Little Big Town, a group known for beautiful four-part harmonies and chart-topping hits like “Pontoon” and “Day Drinkin’.” more
In 1945, Theodore Dinsmore and his wife, Imogene, purchased a homestead near the Crabapple junction in what is now the city of Milton. more
As the Alpharetta Library prepares to move out of its quirky little building at the corner of Mayfield and Canton, and into its glamorous new digs downtown, longtime volunteer Linda Statham has mixed feelings. more
Brenda Hamstead of Milton lost her beloved father, Gary Gomm, to vocal cord cancer in 2011 after five years of surgeries, clinical trials, radiation and chemotherapy. more
Maddy Stanley has one thing to say, and she’s saying it loud and clear. more
Isabelle Gautier was raised in Normandy, just a few miles from the Mont Saint Michel in northwestern France and a world away from where she makes her home today in Milton with her husband and two sons. more
Becoming a teenager is a big deal. So on Caroline Schiltz’s 13th birthday in January, her parents, Randy and Casey Schiltz of Cumming, gave her the gift of travel. 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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