Sandy Springs man's book to aid teens
by Bobby Tedder
12:54 PM, Thursday, October 02
Dr. Harvey “Chip” Cole’s successful foray into the literary realm should perhaps come as no surprise given the prolific career he has also authored. Nationally renowned in his field, the Sandy Springs resident has performed more than 25,000 operat...

Latest Headlines

Emory St. Joseph's nun/nurse honored by state group
For Sister Peggy Fannon, a good day on the job simply means a little help from those she has dedicated her life to he...
09:53 AM, Thursday, July 03
full story
Holy Innocents’ graduate lauded nationally
For Amber Abernathy, being recognized for her selfless contributions is starting to become something of a pattern. Th...
09:48 AM, Thursday, July 03
full story
'Next Legend' Norwood set to play Lenox Square
Norwood, the homegrown entertainment multi-hyphenate, is set to give many holiday revelers a prime opportunity to cat...
09:43 AM, Thursday, July 03
full story
“Capt.” Herb Emory posthumously named July 4 parade grand ...
The Douglasville July 4 parade has always been a tribute in celebration of America’s birthday. However, this year it ...
12:34 PM, Wednesday, July 02
full story
Atlanta events commemorate Independence Day
Whether interested in running, baseball, beer, music or family friendly activities, there are plenty of options to ce...
10:26 AM, Wednesday, July 02
full story
Column: Atlanta Contemporary Art Center offering free exhibit
“Be Here Now,” a free summer exhibition and series of artist conversations at the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center on ...
12:01 AM, Wednesday, July 02
full story
Duo performs at New Georgia Library as part of reading pro...
Cuban music duo Havana Son performed last week as part of a "musical tour through Latin America" for the Paulding lib...
01:59 PM, Tuesday, July 01
full story
Hiram’s Red, White and Boom to feature concert, fireworks ...
Hiram’s sixth annual Red, White & Boom fireworks and concert celebration is set for Saturday night at Ben Hill Strick...
01:54 PM, Tuesday, July 01
full story
Paulding fifth-graders attend drug abuse education camp
Paulding County Sheriff’s Office Drug Abuse Resistance Education deputies took 47 Paulding fifth-grade students to DA...
09:30 AM, Thursday, June 26
full story
Registration deadlines upcoming for variety of camps, classes
Registration deadlines are running now through July for a variety of county-sponsored late summer and fall camps and ...
09:10 AM, Thursday, June 26
full story
Ashley Pike ‘blended’ talent with opportunity for movie role
Ashley Pike has come a long way from her start as an 18-year-old waitress at the Hooters restaurant in Hiram. Now, af...
08:47 AM, Thursday, June 26
full story
Buckhead’s Dragon House on ‘America’s Got Talent’
Dragon House, a Buckhead-based dance group, will perform Tuesday from 8 to 10 p.m. on NBC’s “America’s Got Talent.” D...
06:34 PM, Wednesday, June 25
full story
Courthouse gallery offers unique exhibits
The Douglasville-Douglas County Cultural Arts Center on Campbellton Street has few equals as an artistic venue on the...
02:46 PM, Wednesday, June 25
full story
Buckhead, Sandy Springs residents form community libraries
To help spread the love of reading to their neighbors, residents in Buckhead and Sandy Springs have created community...
01:20 PM, Wednesday, June 25
full story
E. Rivers students, alumni can leave mark on new campus
Families of students, alumni or community supporters of E. Rivers Elementary School in Buckhead can leave their mark ...
01:08 PM, Wednesday, June 25
full story

Popular Stories

Member of church: Harris not ‘cold-blooded killer’ by Hilary Butschek
nfulton@neighbornewspapers.com

Guest column: Let’s not take literacy for granted by Austin Dickson
Neighbor Newspapers Guest Columnist

Alpharetta gun owner files complaint against Fulton Schools by James Swift
jswift@neighbornewspapers.com

Recent Comments

« Gail Driebe wrote on Friday, Sep 26 at 09:30 AM »
« tessgip wrote on Thursday, Sep 25 at 10:50 PM »
« J Tyson wrote on Thursday, Sep 25 at 02:37 PM »
« NER50 wrote on Thursday, Sep 25 at 01:35 PM »