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To trace the path from grief to peace, you’ll need to go back more than a decade to when a warm pair of socks set a plan in action. more
It takes many qualities to be a law enforcement officer. But for Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office Cpl. Page Cash, having a heart and using it might be the most important asset. more
Like many moms, Leslie Graham started gaining weight with each pregnancy and found it increasingly harder to take the extra pounds off – even after her children were born. more
A new business is taking a traditional Eastern relaxation exercise and making things a little funnier and fuzzier. more
A team of eighth-graders have recently made history as the first robotics team, not just at their school, but in the entire state of Georgia, to be invited to the First Lego League International Open Championship. more
It’s summertime in the south, and it’s hot outside. What you need is relief from the heat – and one of the best places to find it is just down the road on the Chattahoochee River. more
Brightening up one’s living space can truly change their mindset. more
As her three children became increasingly independent, with two off to college and a third on the path, Bobbiegail Simpson started looking into new adventures to direct her time and energy. more
Even from a young age, Dania Ibrahim has been passionate about helping others. more
I do dearly love to hike. It’s always fun, though (depending on the trail I choose) my knees may remind me the next day that they’re not as young as they used to be. 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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