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‘Older’ entrepreneurs say it’s never too late to start over

‘Older’ entrepreneurs say it’s never too late to start over

By Leslie Johnson At 51, Jerome Edmondson didn’t envision being where he is now, heading up a business that’s looking to add a few hundred jobs to the local economy.…

State Farm COO on Dunwoody expansion: ‘We want to be involved in the community’

State Farm COO on Dunwoody expansion: ‘We want to be involved in the community’

State Farm will bring more than just thousands of workers to Dunwoody when it opens its new corporate campus, the company’s vice chairman and chief operating officer, MIchael Tipsord, told…

On the road, some drivers are just rude

On the road, some drivers are just rude

The way Harry Stone sees it, something changes in drivers when Rush Hour arrives. “During the 4 o’ clock mad rush to go home, all the courtesy and consideration goes…

Glenridge Hall makes ’10 Places in Peril’ list

Glenridge Hall makes ’10 Places in Peril’ list

The Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation has released its 2015 list of 10 Places in Peril in the state, including Glenridge Hall in Sandy Springs. Here’s what the Trust had…

Doctor sentenced to prison for molesting 7-year-old

Doctor sentenced to prison for molesting 7-year-old

A 41-year-old Sandy Springs doctor has pleaded guilty to sexually molesting a 7-year-old girl, according to CBS46, Reporter Newspapers’ broadcast partner. Kelly Thrasher admitted to charges of child molestation, aggravated…

Viva! North Springs parade shows a touch of Vegas

Viva! North Springs parade shows a touch of Vegas

Say Vegas, and what comes to mind? Elvis, quickie marriages and games of chance. All three showed up on Oct. 25 for North Springs Charter High School 51st Anniversary Homecoming…

Robin’s Nest: When is it time to retreat from trick or treat?

Robin’s Nest: When is it time to retreat from trick or treat?

By Robin Conte I used to cringe at the sight of groups of large and lanky teenagers trolling the neighborhood with pillowcases on Halloween night. “Greedy, candy-grubbing kids,” I used…

Standout Student: Chelsea Zoller sprints around the world

Standout Student: Chelsea Zoller sprints around the world

While most teenagers were relaxing this summer, Chelsea Zoller was busy running at tracks around the world. Chelsea, a Holy Innocents’ junior, currently holds the state championship crown in the…

Standout Student: Evan Maynard builds renewable energy vehicle

Standout Student: Evan Maynard builds renewable energy vehicle

Evan Maynard lives and breathes cars. According to his grandmother, his first words weren’t “mama” or “dada,” but “Lamborghini” and “Ferrari.” From the time he was an infant, he had…

Road Trips: See the peak colors of autumn in Georgia’s mountains

Road Trips: See the peak colors of autumn in Georgia’s mountains

Fall brings many diversions. High school football. The World Series. College football. Every couple of years, an election. Autumn is the time to hit the road, head into the mountains,…

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