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Karissa Hodges and Brandon Poppell were fated to be together, but fate had to be persistent. more
Rare is the person who finds out she has a mass in her brain and says her life became better after the diagnosis. more
For those of us of a certain generation, Saturday afternoons were never quite complete until the smooth, sultry sounds of Bob Ross came through our console televisions, describing in detail the art of the landscape on his “Joy of Painting” show. more
Sue Baker grew up in Louisville, surrounded by Kentucky bluegrass and lady slippers, but now finds life even sweeter in Milton among the thousands of orchids she raises alongside her husband, Don. more
Jovita Moore grew up watching the news as a child, fascinated by what was happening every day in her native New York City and around the world. But it wasn’t until years later in college that … more
For a trio of local artists, the Alpharetta Arts Streetfest in May will mark their debut at the annual event, which draws artists from across the country. more
Faith leaders and mental health specialists have long touted the need to look outside of ourselves and give back to our community and to those in need. more
Going to the gym is something many women work into their daily or weekly routines. But, for Kerry Carithers, it is her passion. more
Skyler Bolling started cooking five years ago by making breakfast for her family. She was 10. Her younger sister helped. more
For more than two decades, Kimbrle Matherly has had a front-row seat to the transformation of North Fulton -- particularly Alpharetta. more
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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.

 

 

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