Community

Leadership Needed In Roswell’s Historic District

Leadership Needed In Roswell’s Historic District By Ryan Pernice In August issue of the Current Hub, Frank Mack wrote an article titled “Ain’t No Cure For the Summertime Blues.” The piece worried that Roswell’s Canton Street is “losing its mojo,” that it “was cooler when it was alone.” The purpose of this response is to

Housing For All In Roswell

Housing For All In Roswell By Kirsten Ricci This summer has been one of the hottest ever and the local development news is equally hot! With the economy in full swing home prices are rising and our local market is definitely in high demand. In Roswell, the historic district development continues to be a big

Neighborhood News

Roswell Park System Continues GROWTH By Kirsten Ricci People often site the parks in Roswell as a great reason to live here and boy do we love our parks!  To that end they’re getting even better. In June, the Roswell City Council approved to purchase a large tract of land at the corner of Hardscrabble

Life is Easier When Simplified!

Meaningful Conversations About Money Life is Easier When Simplified! By Robert Fezza and Steve Siders It was the Chinese philosopher Confucius who said: “Life is really simple, but we insist on making it complicated.” Does life sometimes feel complicated or overwhelming? What was the root cause? Was it regarding your career, family life, or something