In our current political climate, aggressively seeking positive solutions and change could look like anarchy.  The despair and uncertainty we can feel rarely yields ideas.  

Imagine you could help motivate high school students in your community — those with extraordinary academic and leadership potential, who would not have access to advanced education for financial reasons. What if you could offer these kids an education at one of our great colleges at no expen…

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Unlike a typical dance school, stepping through the doors of Metropolitan Ballet Theatre reveals an unexpected atmosphere of calm and warmth. No cell phones, they have been placed in a basket at the front desk. Interaction with friends here is real, not virtual. 

Erin was a gentle, sensitive girl just slightly different in her manner than other kids her age … now because of that small variance, she is gone. She took her life at 17. 

If you have not experienced a personal loss resulting from the current epidemic of opioid addiction, you may be totally unaware of who is being affected by the rampant and indiscriminate destruction around us. 

Public safety and emergency response. These are the most important responsibilities of any city government. As one of the safest cities in Georgia, these are a well-deserved point of pride and sense of security for Johns Creek residents.

This week is American Craft Beer Week, a national celebration of small and independent craft brewers throughout the U.S. and the powerful impact they are having on cities and regions across the country.

Every other Tuesday morning, veterans gather at the Original Pancake House in Alpharetta to discuss strategy. Over scrambled eggs and mounds of bacon, veteran advocates, charity representatives and business leaders gather informally in groups large and small. And with carafes of good hot cof…

I often find myself dreading the thought of meeting someone new or running into someone I haven’t seen in years. I came to learn that more often than not, I’m almost always immediately hit with the default question: “What do you do?”

I have been thinking about the mass shooting in Florida at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School non-stop, and I will admit to feeling emotional about it. As a parent, an educator and one who has responsibility for our schools – 97,000 students and 14,000 staff members – I worry about the pot…

My favorite part about the start of a new year is the chance it gives us to reflect on all that’s been accomplished the past 12 months and look forward to what’s ahead in the coming year.