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Book lovers rejoice – Little Free Libraries have been catching on in North Fulton neighborhoods. more
With the rise in cyber threats over the past few years, Cyberhub CEO Karin Zalcberg saw a void and began a program to educate and protect the public. more
Chloe McSwain, 16, has known her path for a long time. more
Hope Knosher knows the path to contentment comes with obstacles, challenges and often freefalls. She also knows the end is worth the journey. more
For many survivors of breast cancer, the emotional and physical healing can linger long after the scars have faded away. more
Once upon a time, when I was young and foolish, my new bride and I went camping. more
Local artist C.J. Bognar has a simple yet inspiring goal: to make people smile. more
Using music as behavioral therapy has been around longer than the written word, and likely as long as the spoken word, with references to the benefits of music appearing in the works of Aristotle and Plato in Ancient Greece. more
One Alpharetta student has beaten the odds against a life-threatening genetic disease and is living life to the fullest. more
I always knew my ancestral background was mostly French and Irish, but my skin tone looks more Italian or American Indian. more
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This month's issue

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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