Talented child remembered through Decatur foundation
by Mary Cosgrove
mcosgrove@neighbornewpapers.com
March 31, 2015 09:02 AM | 1 1 comments | 29 29 recommendations | email to a friend
She could dance, swim and run. She was bilingual. She had a love and passion for the arts rarely seen at such a young age. She was kind, empathetic, enthusiastic and made friends wherever she went, both young and old. At just 6 years old, Zara Yee Hawthorne had more accomplishments than those of someone three times her age. Tragically, her life was cut short in 2013 after she died from complications stemming from an infection. Now her parents, Sue Lin Yee and Jeff Hawthorne, are mak...
City of Brookhaven hosting three events
The city of Brookhaven will host three events in the next two weeks: o As part of Georgia Cities Week, the Brookhaven Parks and Recreation Department is asking the youth of the city to get involved...
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Column: Near city center, soul of Sandy Springs is alive, well
As Sandy Springs continues to futz with a plan for a brand-spanking-new, super-awesome city center, the city’s soul is alive and well. The latest I have read is the city is continuing to gather pub...
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Vinings native pens second novel, 'The Bullet'
Vinings native Mary Louise Kelly got the inspiration for her second novel, “The Bullet,” in one of the most unlikely places. “In October 2012, I was at a baseball game, a Little League baseball gam...
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Proposed WellStar, Emory merger
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