Miller plans to continue predecessor’s work as Wel...
by Bill Baldowski
03:16 PM, Wednesday, September 17
When asked what changes he wants to bring to WellStar Health Systems as its new board chairman, Gary Miller thought for a moment before recalling an old saying. “I have heard it said that, ‘If it isn’t broke, don’t fix it,’” he said, referring to ...

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Mentor Walk introduces children to college
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Column: Atlanta Steinway Society hosting scholarship concert
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Chastain Park Conservancy celebrates 10th year
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Pine Lake, situated between Decatur and Stone Mountain, will hold its annual arts and music festival LakeFest Oct. 4 ...
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Paulding high schools showcase musical talent on field
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New Cartersville High principal pursuing excellence
artersville High School has a long, rich tradition of excellence, both academically and with athletics and the school...
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Oglethorpe Museum exhibits ‘Stealing Base: Cuba at Bat’
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Local dance instructor/performer builds following
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Holy Innocents’ teacher pens textbook
Having already introduced countless students to the language, local French teacher Joanne Thomas has added a tangible...
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Roswell to ‘Let it Go’ with free outdoor ‘Frozen’ showing
Moms and dads with grade school children are likely no strangers to Disney’s smash hit “Frozen.” Now, the city of Ros...
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Neighbor Newspapers columnist releases new album
Neighbor Newspapers columnist Mark Wallace Maguire recently released an album with his new project, “Red Clay Country...
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Bogey and The Viceroy to close out Concerts by the Springs
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