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Millions of people use social media website, Pinterest, daily to explore art projects, find fashion tips or collect recipe ideas. more
About five years ago, Karen Wise was approached by a few mothers of her son’s friends. more
Now that graduation and wedding season are in full swing, a little reminder of the value of a thank you note weighs heavily on my mind. more
Hello to seeing their smiley faces at 6 a.m., and the exhausting look at the end of the day, after sports workouts. more
Stella Dowling never set her sights on being a trailblazer and entrepreneur, but today finds herself a successful businesswoman running three high-performing companies. more
One local Atlanta woman is redefining what it means for girls to be strong in her new book “Strong is the New Pretty: A Celebration of Girls Being Themselves.” more
The other day, while hiking the trail to the top of Kennesaw Mountain, I discovered something that’s good to know: It’s hard to keep up with Gail Stephens. more
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
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Joann Maloof, Sydney Lee (founder) and Nataly Marks are part of the Johns Creek-based K9's for Law which raises
funds to place K9 officers into police departments across the nation. Read more page 8.


 

 

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