Article Tosha Key McDade | Photography Tiffany Powell Photography and Provided Looking for a place to enjoy your summer while spending time with your dog? Atlanta, including South Fulton, has become a very pet-friendly city. Whether it's taking Fido out for a bite, to the dog park or just out and about for a joy ride around the streets of…
Article and Photography South Fulton’s “Idol Baby,” Victoria Ariel McQueen, was born to be a star. Born on the date the very first “American Idol” episode aired on television, she just barely made the cut for her audition this past season. Victoria wowed celebrity judges Luke Bryan, Katie Perry and Lionel Richie with her "pitch perfect" a capella singing of…
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Article and Photography Pergola South Fulton homeowner Richard McClendon, Jr., and his father, Richard Sr., hand built this beautiful cedar wood pergola for the son’s home in Atlanta. The space is highlighted by an outdoor fireplace. It is the perfect little hideaway in the tree-lined city backyard.
Hello South Fulton, I had the most amazing, breathtaking experience. As a gift from the Home Depot Foundation and the Travis Mainon Foundation to surviving military families, my son, sister and I were able to spend the night at the Georgia Aquarium. We were blessed to roll out our sleeping bags in front of the … Continued
Fulton Names New Principal for Creekside High School Creekside High School Assistant Principal Frankie Pollock, Jr. has been named principal of the South Fulton school, effective July 1. Pollock replaces Ron Maxwell, who was named area executive director in the South Learning Community. A veteran educator, Pollock has served as Creekside High’s assistant principal for … Continued
The Annual Order of the Arrow Honors Program took place at the Atlanta Commerce Club, honoring 36 students at the top 10% of the senior class and an influential faculty member. The speaker, Mekia Troy, former Order of the Arrow member, is the Athletic Director at the school. Principal Ronald Maxwell concluded the event with encouraging words for honorees. … Continued
The B’Fly Girls Butterfly Ball, at the Loudermilk Center, featured keynote speaker, Jasmine Stewart, the winner of Master Chef Jr., and MC Marissa Mitchell, anchor at of Fox5 Atlanta. Currently in search of mentors, the ladies of B'Fly are changing the lives of young girls by providing holistic experiences that enrich and empower their lives. Please visit BFlyGirls.org for information.