Her Stories
127 results total, viewing 31 - 40
Like many artists, Sherri Murphy never had visions of owning her own business, but simply focused her talents on making unique jewelry for friends and family who loved her work and ultimately encouraged her creative potential. more
In the summer of 2012, Marilynn Martinez decided to open a place where adults with developmental disabilities can go to work, including her son Connor. more
Even at an early age, Dana Spinola was all about fashion...papering her wall floor to ceiling with pages pulled from fashion magazines, then doing it again the next month when the new issues came … more
Where most see a block of non-descript clay, sculptor Allison Elia sees infinite possibilities just waiting to emerge through the skills of her tools and her hands. more
Freda Hardage’s days usually start at 6 a.m. and don’t end until at least 7 p.m. It’s all part of her plan to give back and be a good neighbor. more
Tamara Fuller was an executive consultant for decades traveling four days a week. more
For more than 20 years, the Hunter family has been a part of the Christmas holidays for thousands of families, providing the trees, wreaths and other festive trimmings from their family Christmas tree farm. more
A love of beautiful details and intricate patterns led Judy Martin to begin collecting Victorian buttons about 15 years ago. more
After crisscrossing the country for years as the wife of a college and pro football coach, Lisa Baggett has finally, firmly planted her feet in North Fulton. more
At one point, Diane Smith’s son, Sam, was thought to be disobedient, color blind and unable to test well. more
« Prev | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 13 | Next »
This month's issue

Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office Cpl. Page Cash focuses on building bridges between the teens in her community and law enforcement.  Read more page 8.

 

 

THINGS TO DO THIS MONTH...
July 2017 Calendar of Events...

Read more

CONTACT US...
770.442.3278 | 770.475.1216 (fax)

Read more