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It is hard to even read or watch the news. The world, national and even local news is almost all negative. Every day we hear about someone whose heart is so full of negativity, hostility and hatred … more
Kudos to you and the Johns Creek Herald for two very thought-provoking articles about freedom of the press (April 27, 2017). As an old lady, I have observed the history of this great land over … more
Health insurance is more than a policy, it’s peace of mind. It’s knowing your family will be cared for and not having to worry about going broke when you get sick. That’s why I strongly … more
I am 15 years old, starting 10th grade at Johns Creek High School in the fall, and I’m learning how to drive. I’ve seen in the Johns Creek Herald the many drug- and alcohol-related arrests, … more
It’s just before dawn on a Wednesday when T.O. and Catfish pull into the Roswell Park. They slowly get out of the car, let their eyes adjust to the low light of the morning, they call “the … more
In a crisis, what would it take for you to care enough to take action, be a part of the solution, to not look away? Consider this: If you saw a person in clear physical distress, in an accident or … more
This year, unfortunately, thousands of residents have experienced unbelievable spikes in their property valuations, some as high as 50 percent to 100 percent increases. People are furious. … more
I want to make it clear to north Fulton residents that all hands are on deck to address skyrocketing property tax reassessments and the prospect of (even more) unaffordable property taxes. … more
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