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Election Day is coming. But political disagreements have become deeply personal, driving us apart when we should be coming together.
The late founder of Habitat for Humanity Millard Fuller was mindful of the importance of direct action to combat our daily scourge of litter.
Your humble columnist is about to find out the difference between stereotype and reality when it comes to feeding and caring for a teenager under his roof.
As the Braves' star plays in his final All-Star Game on Tuesday, it's a reminder that we won't soon see his kind again around town.
Do your loved ones a favor and get screened for colon cancer. It's easy -- not painful, creepy or humiliating.
The untimely passing of a colleague from the Glory Days of Atlanta media leads to a wistful gathering and tales of reinvention amid the tears.
The TSPLOST vote is coming. But transportation policy in Georgia is always about building more roads, and the money and power to be accumulated doing it.
Casa Montessori School is an East Cobb gem, as a daughter's graduation looms and change beckons.
We're back in a period of warm weather and drought. You can observe Earth Day 2012 by conserving water. Here's how.
Bugs, pollen and flowers are among the harbingers, portents, warblers and baseball marking the change of season in East Cobb.
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