In last week's State of the County address, Charlotte Nash addressed a topic she'd prefer not to visit again.
For Suwanee resident Lisa Anglese, Sunday's Falcons game was a chance to take her mind off her cancer fight and share a fun day with the people who support her most.
It's a string of tragedies unlike anything Dexter Wood has ever seen in his career in education. But after the death of middle school student Jeremy Nelson, the Buford community is again dealing with the death of a beloved young person.
There’s the resolution to lose weight, but where’s the novelty in that?
From sad columns to fun ones, 2012 allowed me to write about many intresting people and topics.
A fixture on varous boards around the county, Barbara Howard is a great example of community involvement. And for that she will be recognized as the Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Year at the group's Feb. 1 dinner.
Drew Meyer is trying to inform more people about ReStore, located in Lawrenceville, and its ties to Habitat for Humanity.
Doug Reid is in his 14th year of collecting toys for Toys for Tots with his annual autograph and sports collectibles show.
Band of the U.S. Air Force Reserve to play Dec. 10 at Long Forum at Greater Atlanta Christian School.
Memories of Thanksgivings past.
This year's Principal for a Day event took me to nearby White Oak Elementary for a day in the life of a school leader's shoes.
The Who didn't act their age during Monday's concert in Duluth. And that's a good (and fun) thing.
Parkview High's ceremony to retire football jersey No. 12 is a reminder of sports fans infatuation with the numbers on the jerseys.
Cross county community teaches good lesson as they honor a pair of memorable youngsers with canned food drive.
The Brighter Smiles For a Brighter Future campign has raised almost $1 million in the fight against cancer. The grouip now aids the Gwinnett Medical Center's Women's Pavilion in purchasing equipment to help in the battle against breast cancer.
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