"There are some neat places to see trout in northern Georgia, too, and one that’s near and dear to my heart is Rolater Park in the town of Cave Spring, Ga."
It’s important to identify an insect in your garden before taking action. Are you sure it’s a “bad guy?” Many insects are actually providing free pest management! Learn more in this Garden Buzz column.
In its day, Sun Valley Beach Park was an amazing family recreational and entertainment park popular throughout north Fulton County. Here is the story.
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President Jimmy Carter was on hand at the dedication for Dolvin Elementary in what is now Johns Creek in September 1980.
It seems like the allergy gods are giving me just a little more to deal with than the previous year.
Two houses stand side by side on Birmingham Highway in Milton, across the road from Scottsdale Farms. They are joined by the history of one family. What stories might these houses tell?
"If you are going to take your time to call us, the least thing we can do is respect your time and answer your call personally, and fast."
"The Great American Race is a spectacle that must be experienced. A bucket list item. At least that’s what oldest son Chris imparted as he made his way home."
On February 3, Jack Buckner celebrated his 100th birthday and received a special Proclamation from the City of Milton.
In 1970, land along Chamblee Dunwoody Road just north of Mount Vernon Road was developed into a shopping center called Dunwoody Village.
Realizing there was no joviality coming from George, when he said he couldn’t move, Cynthia, a retired nurse, went back to work.
"I think that the older I get, the less patience I have with people or things that are, well, snarky."
I can’t criticize the halftime show. The two minutes of Rihanna’s lip-synching was inspiring. It inspired me to make a beeline upstairs and make a sandwich.
Give credit where credit is due, says Managing Editor Pat Fox.
Effie Spruill Carpenter recalled the first time she saw a car drive through Dunwoody and told the story to her granddaughter Jane Anderson Autry.
Jack Buckner flew 50 perilous missions as a bombardier in World War II and shot down two German Luftwaffe fighters in the process.