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Trouble came into Miaka Palmieri’s life for a reason, and stayed forever. more
Sandy Springs resident, Jim Hannan, is the President and CEO of Georgia-Pacific and helps spearhead the Georgia-Pacific Race for the Cure team each year. more
It’s not every day that teens yearn to establish something larger than themselves, but that is exactly what two Johns Creek girls set out to do. more
Becky Powell, 63, has never stopped listening to her father. So when he said it might be a good idea to begin volunteering with The Place of Forsyth 13 years ago, she agreed. more
In Sanskrit, the ancient language of India, the word “Vibha” means many things, including radiant, shining, brightness, wealth and prosperity. more
Rob Gallo, 24, grew up in Roswell and attended Roswell High School. Gallo is now living in Atlanta and is working for the Fulton County Fire Department at Station 1 in southwest Atlanta. more
When you first meet Cumming resident Cheryl Hansen, her warmth, constant beautiful smile and twinkling brown eyes immediately draw you in. more
With football season kicking off, football fans across the South are heading to their favorite college towns to see their teams play. more
As people and animals in America less often succumb to infectious metabolic disease and thus live longer, cancer is seen more often in both humans and their furry friends. more
As the new school year approaches, students are excited to meet their teachers, take different classes and rekindle friendships. However, on the homefront, kids going back to school can lead to … more
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This month's issue

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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