27 Things to do in December

First we’ll make snow angels for two hours, then we’ll go ice skating! If there is no snow this year, there’s always Snow Mountain in

This Holiday Season, Be Generous, Be joyful, Be Awesome!

By Di Chapman We’ve rolled into the season with our usual bloated bellies from Thanksgiving, right into ubiquitous tins of cookies, fudge, pecan pies, and

Left Coast Loss is Win for Johns Creek

By Joe Duffy Recently, I attended an informal staff assembly for The Current Hub at Joe’s Pizza, the best damn NY style pizza place within

10 Favorite Ground Covers for Challenging Spots

Solutions to problem areas where turf grass does not thrive or mowing is not practical. Green Scene, By Geri Laufer This month we cover a

A Financial Checklist for the Holidays

By Robert Fezza and Steve Siders The year is quickly coming to a close, and if you’re like us, you are in the holiday planning

Young patients have a voice

Patient and Family Advisory Council diversifies A new face is bringing more energy to WellStar North Fulton Hospital’s Patient and Family Advisory Council (PFAC). Her name is Katie McCroskey, she is 16 years old and has been working hard on different projects to help the council fulfill its mission to advise the hospital on matters

WellStar North Fulton Hospital opens new cath lab

Specialized cardiac care is available close to home WellStar North Fulton Hospital has opened its new cardiac catheterization lab where patients can receive specialized cardiac care without leaving the North Fulton area. A catheterization lab or cath lab is an examination room where doctors perform minimally invasive tests and procedures to diagnose and treat cardiovascular

Holiday Gift Guide to Shopping in Town

By Tara Gary, photos by Alex Maslarov As if my job couldn’t get any better? I spend several hours a day visiting businesses and forming new relations with our neighbors and communities. I sit at Joe’s Pizza enjoying the house stromboli and local craft beer with my boss. Now he’s asked me to go shopping?

Lung Cancer Screening Can Save Your Life

Lung cancer is the number one cancer killer in America. With over 155,000 deaths per year, lung cancer kills more people than breast, colon and

A Thanksgiving “Thank You” to America!

By Di Chapman Happy Thanksgiving, everyone! I stand agasp on the scales today, mortified by what this Thanksgiving dinner could mean to me in terms

Chicken Little or Rose-Colored Glasses?

By Robert Fezza and Steve Siders August 21st marked the longest-running S&P 500 rally, followed in mid-September, by the ten-year anniversary of the 2008 financial

Ground Covers for Challenging Spots

Keeping your landscape green and serene when the temperature dips. Green Scene by Geraldine Laufer Fall is proceeding and winter is just around the corner,