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Yaneth Rodriguez of Fayetteville wins $1,000 Giveaway

Metro Mike, mascot for Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Metro Brokers, hands over the $1,000 check after Yaneth Rodriguez of Fayetteville, Ga. won last month’s Super Sunday drawing. Photo/Special.

Yaneth Rodriguez of Fayetteville, Ga. was the winner of Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Metro Brokers most recent Super Sunday $1,000 giveaway. She attended an open house donated and hosted by Myra Lockhart of the Cascade office on Sept. 12.

Rodriguez lives in the subdivision and is looking for a four bedroom home for her sister, who currently lives in New York. Rodriguez’s brother-in-law is about to retire from the police department and they are looking to relocate to Peachtree City or Fayetteville to be closer to the family. Read More»

Customers rely on Miracle Method’s professionalism

If your search to find the right company to give your bathroom a much-needed makeover has turned into a daunting task, consider Miracle Method of Atlanta-South.

Miracle Method has earned the reputation as being one of Atlanta’s most professional full-service refinishers.  Here is what some recent homeowners had to say about their experience with Miracle Method.

“I am so pleased with the job,” said Charlie Christian.  “Even beyond the quality, the price was reasonable.  I would tell everyone this company was first-rate in all areas.” Read More»

Tyrone Halloween 2010

Tyrone Halloween 2010

There were more treats than tricks Friday afternoon when youngsters and their parents poured into businesses and town-sponsored booths along Senoia Road in Tyrone for the annual Trick or Treat festivities. Photo/Ben Nelms.

Great Georgia Airshow a Ware family affair

Great Georgia Airshow a Ware family affair

Attending the Great Georgia Airshow in early October were Peachtree City residents Alan (U.S. Navy Retired) and Vickie Ware and their sons Jeffery and Ryan. Alan is a MD-11 captain with Federal Express. Their two sons, Jeffery and Ryan, participated in the airshow with static displays. Jeffery is an F-18 pilot currently serving in the U.S Navy as an instructor pilot at NAS Lamoore near Fresno, Calif. Ryan attends Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, Tenn., majoring in Aerospace Technology. Read More»

Senior Helpers can really help families

From left are Kimberly Patterson, Rene Stafford, Kathy Allgeier, Vicki Smith, Marilyn Walker and Linda Pirog. Photo/Sandy Zimmerman

Senior Helpers in Peachtree City was launched in 2006 by franchisee Linda Pirog. Senior Helpers is one of the fastest-growing professional caregiver services that assists senior citizens living at home.  The Peachtree City office services clients from Fayette and Coweta County to Douglas and Cobb County.  There are almost 300 offices of Senior Helpers in the country in over 30 states. Read More»

Prejudice, judgment and the myth of tolerance

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The electoral season has pushed issues like the ground-zero mosque, homosexuality, the race of our president, liberalism, and conservativism to the front lines of daily news. For those on the right end of the political spectrum, the president’s race has nothing to do with their dislike of his policies and they resent being told they are racists when they exercise their right to dissent. Read More»

New study: Contact-lenses improve self image in children

Contact-lenses improve vision-related quality of life in children compared with glasses, especially in the areas of appearance and athletics, reports Dr. John Henahan of Spectrum Eyecare in Peachtree City, Ga.  “Many parents are fearful of allowing their children to wear contact lenses, but this study conclusively shows that children feel better about themselves when wearing contact lenses, especially after age 10”., continues Dr. Henahan. “Contact lenses are much safer and easier to care for than 20 years ago.” Read More»

Testing for ADHD

When do you need to know?

By Richard Lewis, Ph.D.,
A New Start Counseling Center, Inc. Read More»

Former ‘The Biggest Loser’ winner weighs in on The New Well

When Michelle Aguilar first stepped onto the campus of “The Biggest Loser” in season 6, she had no idea of how much her life was about to change. Michelle touched many lives and soon became loved by millions of people across the country. She fought through the struggles that so many overweight women face every day of their lives. She was able to identify the things that had caused her to gain weight and quickly took back control of her life and won the battle to live a healthy more fulfilling life. Read More»