The City of Homes sign, which hangs at the top of the Newnan Carnegie Library downtown, is a reference to the city’s most famous nickname and a nod to its reputation for having beautiful, well-preserved homes.
While relief efforts are uplifting, they come with a caveat for anyone looking to contribute: How can you give money safely and securely to people who need it most?
In the Bay Area’s most metropolitan areas, the trick isn’t finding incredible food—it’s getting to it.
Since he started leading tours to Oman in 2000, Peter Gardiner has planned trips for groups of all kinds. In the early days of his England-based company, Omantravel Ltd., Gardiner’s customers were mostly geologists, bird watchers and other niche-interest travelers.
Bangladeshi man Abul Bajandar got the nickname “Tree Man” when he was about 25 years old. As jovial as it may sound, the title referred to an incredibly rare, debilitating disease that cost him his ability to work and even complete simple tasks such as brushing his own teeth.
Jan Roe’s first football season as the general manager of the Country Inn & Suites has been a tough one. Autumn — usually one of the most profitable seasons for hotels, condos and many other businesses in Athens — hasn’t been as reliable as in previous years.
Carden Wyckoff is used to being carried around. The recent University of Georgia graduate, who was diagnosed with Facioscapulohumeral muscular dystrophy when she was nine years old, hasn’t let her decreased physical mobility keep her from racing, running, walking and climbing through obstacle courses.