Tucker shop turns unused space into children’s garden
by Christine Fonville
11:11 AM, Wednesday, August 26
A locally-owned gardening supply shop in Tucker has transformed what was once an overgrown alley into a green, learning space for children and families. Linda Karr, owner of The Garden Enthusiast, 2316 Main St. in Tucker, said the children’s garde...

Latest Headlines

Buckhead residents performing in ‘The Nutcracker’
Four Buckhead residents are performing as dancers in the Atlanta Ballet’s “The Nutcracker,” Thursday through Dec. 31 ...
07:29 PM, Wednesday, December 10
full story
Hanukkah services abound this season
As with other signature dates on the December calendar, faith and remembrance are the hallmarks for those who observe...
07:35 AM, Wednesday, December 10
full story
Vinings author pens holiday novel
For Tiah Rodriguez-Crawl, the first time’s the charm. Her novel “The Greatest Christmas Gift” was released nationwide...
07:32 AM, Wednesday, December 10
full story
Community Assistance Center seeking holiday donations
Those at the Community Assistance Center in Sandy Springs said they see this time of year as being rife with goodwill...
07:25 AM, Wednesday, December 10
full story
Paulding libraries roll out holiday activities
Christmas has arrived at the Paulding County libraries, with a flurry of activities to celebrate Santa, reading and t...
03:16 PM, Tuesday, December 09
full story
KSU president addresses SPSU merger, football for Paulding...
Kennesaw State University President Dan Papp was the keynote speaker during the Paulding Chamber of Commerce’s monthl...
02:57 PM, Tuesday, December 09
full story
Dallas dog park organizers offering photos with Santa
The organizers of a Dallas dog park are offering pet photos with Santa for $6 apiece Saturday to help raise funds for...
02:53 PM, Tuesday, December 09
full story
Santa Claus coming to Sandy Springs Gun Club and Range
Families are invited to the Sandy Springs Gun Club and Range, 8040 Roswell Road, Saturday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. for ...
11:14 AM, Tuesday, December 09
full story
Snow Mountain offers winter wonderland adventure
With the ability to produce 360 tons of snow a day, Snow Mountain at Stone Mountain Park is sure to create a winter w...
10:28 AM, Tuesday, December 09
full story
New Cartersville business speaks life into women, girls
There have been countless poems and songs dedicated to the ethereal beauty of the female. But even with its varying s...
10:20 AM, Tuesday, December 09
full story
Women co-author book on Buckhead's Brookwood Hills
Two years ago, when the south Buckhead neighborhood of Brookwood Hills celebrated its 90th anniversary, Betsy Crosby ...
03:16 PM, Monday, December 08
full story
Holy Innocents' student helps cancer patients
D’Khorvillyn “Khorkie” Tyus has taken the ages-old idiom that charity starts at home and amended it to fit her own br...
01:12 PM, Thursday, December 04
full story
3-year-old cancer survivor is face of Children's Parade
Knox Bishop, 3, has a face that mothers and others everywhere could love. The Marietta toddler holds the distinction ...
12:54 PM, Thursday, December 04
full story
Pet of the Week: Shelly
Meet Shelly, a delightful, 3-year-old shepherd mix who has so much to offer any family. Shelly is easy going and laid...
10:29 AM, Thursday, December 04
full story
Tenth annual Cultural Arts Council Gala raises $25K
More than 175 scheduled guests plus a number of walk-ins filled the Centre at Arbor Connection last Saturday for the ...
10:06 AM, Thursday, December 04
full story

Popular Stories

Column: Animals behaving oddly by Lauretta Hannon
Columnist

Column: Small-town crime by Lauretta Hannon
Columnist

Recent Comments

« Monet Gandy wrote on Monday, Aug 24 at 10:04 AM »
« Lisa Preikszas wrote on Saturday, Aug 22 at 11:05 AM »
« anonymous wrote on Friday, Aug 21 at 01:50 PM »
« Berlene Fowler Howar wrote on Thursday, Aug 20 at 05:04 PM »