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Community News and Events   Cumming Memorial Park BBQ Fundraiser September 9, 11am-3pm Cumming Fairgrounds Covered Arena To honor those who served this country and to educate our youth, we offer a community park which is in need of an overhaul. The Forsyth County Patriots Alliance (FCPA) is having a fundraising BBQ event on September [...]

Don’t be Left Without

Servicing and Maintaining your Heating and Air can save you time and money.   By Taylor Hughes, Arctic Circle Air   Georgia summers are sizzling, and winters can be unforgivingly frigid, the last thing you want is for your equipment to break down on you. Heating and air isn’t the sexiest thing to discuss when [...]

Modern Rustic

  What is this design hybrid all about? By Tiffany Norris   Right now I’m in the middle of a whole house renovation, which translates into every floor, tile and paint sample known to man liters my living room floor. Beyond the simple idea of does this color go with that one, I’ve been trying [...]

Fall Family Outings

Apples, Pumpkins, Festivals and Fairs By Sarah Johnson   Fall is right around the corner! In Cumming, that means crisp air, colorful leaves to spice up your Sawnee Mountain hikes and walks on the Greenway, and weekends packed with family-friendly festivals and activities. It’s the perfect time of year to head to North Georgia to [...]

Children’s Hospital of Atlanta

Sports Motion Analysis Using Dartfish motion technology to film athletes in motion, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta is helping young athletes to prevent potential injuries and excel in their field.   By Kim Williamson   Today’s youth have so many athletic opportunities available to them – recreation and community leagues, travel and elite teams, intramurals, all [...]

Tidy Back to school Transitioning

Reorganize and declutter for the new school year with these tips from ClosetMaid. (Family Features) With shopping that needs to be done and supplies that need to be gathered for busy days ahead, preparing for the back-to-school season can descend into near chaos for many parents. When long school days leave little time for organization [...]

Treating mild to moderate glaucoma damage with the CyPass Micro-Stent

By Charlie Ficco, O.D. Milan Eye Center One of the most important ideas behind treating glau-coma is to consistently lower the intra-ocular pressure to a level at which no further damage occurs to the optic nerve. First line treatments include topical drops and sometimes even laser procedures. However, there are limitations to both of these [...]

8 Tips for planning a visit to Lanier World

Customize your visit. You can add on extras at LanierWorld like unlimited tube rentals, beach access, Thunderbolt Triple Zip and a Fast Pass. Fast Pass is a $19.99 add-on option that offers access to express lines on select attractions, the zipline and to the covered gold seating area on Big Beach. This is a great [...]

3 Tips for Back to school

The STARTplanner helps students and parents prepare for a successful year. By Kristy Dickerson Back to School is here! We have partnered with a local company, STARTplanner, to bring you a FREE back to school PDF to get you and your family organized and ready to rock the new school year. We are also totally [...]

411 Community News

Cumming July 4th Festivities Cumming Fairgrounds July 3, 6pm-11pm Free admission and parking! Come celebrate Independence Day with us and your friends and family. We will have food vendors, children’s activities, music and fireworks! Dance contest starts at 8:30pm and fireworks begin at 9:30pm, bring the family and enjoy all the fun! For more information, [...]