If you are willing to make the investment and provide the appropriate care, consider growing Zoysia. It will thrive and beautify the home landscape. With Zoysia, your lawn can be the envy of the neighborhood.
Aimee Copeland received new bionic hands on Monday, the first step in what shapes up to be a busy summer. Copeland is expected to do more research on kids who are amputees, and start a second graduate degree program in August.
Poverty is Real is a nonprofit organization whose name gets right to the point. The Decatur-based group uses music and concerts as a way to raise money to fight poverty in local communities. In Everett's Music Barn, the organization has found the perfect musical partner to raise funds for
This week is Food Allergy Week and the CDC released a study that said the prevalence of food allergies rises with income.
The Gwinnett Relay for Life organization has announced its fundraising total thus far following its event on Friday. Online donations continue through August.
The Gwinnett Braves are scheduled to honor Tripp Halstead with a benefit night on June 22.
The ninth annual Barefoot in the Park festival in Duluth attracted hundreds of people on Saturday as they browsed more than 50 artists' work under cloudy skies.
A look at the life on new mothers on Mother's Day.
A Snellville monastery home to a dozen women offers a break from the hustle and bustle most people associate with Gwinnett and metro Atlanta. The contemplative nuns devote the majority of their lives to prayer.
Normally a woman carries a child and nurtures it from birth, forming an unbreakable bond. The child will love her unconditionally until about age 13, at which point it will hate her for about six years before eventually coming to love her again. Meanwhile, she never stops loving the child, no matter what. That's known as motherhood.
Suwanee's Arts in the Park will have about 60 vendors, and many will conduct demostrations this week.
As Ms. Senior Georgia, Mary King Lee is also encouraging all seniors to take care of themselves, to take supplements, diet, exercise and keep a positive attitude. Lifelong education is also part of her platform.
More than 260 teams and about 12,000 people descended on the Gwinett Fairgrounds on Friday to celebrate the annual fundraising event in the fight against cancer.
Are you listening to the wrong feedback?. All feedback is not valid. A big problem with feedback is that we often listen to the wrong sources.. For example, my friend Julie felt called to make handmade cards.. From an early age she crafted masterpieces. She spent hours on each card
With Mother's Day here again, my thoughts drift back to Mama and how she put me through college.
- JENKINS: Saying goodbye to another year of folding chairs and ballpark hot dogs
- LARSON: Renaissance family excels at just about everything 1 comment
- MCLEOD: Why compromise never works
- RICH: A change of fortune
- JENKINS: On Mother's Day, a tribute to my step-mom
- LARSON: Senior Ms. Georgia in step with senior issues 1 comment
- MCLEOD: Learn which feedback to listen to and which to ignore
- RICH: When Mama made up her mind
- JENKINS: A family man's guide to gift-giving season
- LARSON: Lending advice from lessons learned 1 comment
Health and Wellness
- One year later, Copeland looks ahead to busy summer 1 comment
- Prevalence of food, skin allergies rises with income
- Gwinnett Relay raises $1.5 million so far
- G-Braves to honor two Barrow County boys
- Journey begins with hard work, rewards for new moms 1 comment
- Thousands show up for Relay for Life
- Thousands expected for annual Relay event
- GMC announces new office of research
- Marrow drive Friday at Peachtree Ridge
- Eastside launches public display effort of ER wait times
Home and Garden
- DALY: Zoysia makes an attractive and durable lawn
- DALY: Heirloom vegetables valued for superior flavor
- DALY: Keeping carpenter bees away from your home
- DALY: If you lack space for a vegetable garden, consider using containers
- DALY: The native dogwood colors the spring landscape
- Annual spring plant sale at Gwinnett Tech
- DALY: Georgia Gold Medal plants are proven winners for the home landscape
- The Gwinnett County Master Gardener Association hosts tour of gardens
- DALY: Lawn care during early spring affects quality through the year
- DALY: Moss in lawns a sign of poor growing conditions
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Is there a Post sister in the house?
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: I’ve tried something new (and I like it)
- BUCK'S BYTES: Internet tax reform long overdue
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: I’m now in progressives
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Men – 7,000; Women 20,000
- FRANK'S PLACE: Finding fortune in four leaf clovers
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Step outside the box every now and then 2 comments
- BUCK'S BYTES: Slow hybrid growth is better than no growth
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Did we always have this much pollen?
- FRANK'S PLACE: Despite our worries, nature blooms