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Carole Townsend

It’s hot outside, and that means war

It’s officially summertime, and in Georgia that means sweltering heat, afternoon thunder showers, snakes and bugs. Insects, critters, varmints, whatever you choose to call them, they outnumber us two-legged varmints in the summer by thousands to one, probably more.

Carole Townsend

Summertime in the South

Ever notice how people who come here for one reason oranother, never leave? I’ve heard jokes about it all my life, but I don’t think I really understood why it happens until I had a family of my own.

Carol Wood

Summer Time Learning!

Carol WoodSummer Time Learning!
By Carol C. Wood
Founder & CEO, Total Learning Concepts, Inc.

Woohoo! School is almost out for the summer so we can all take a break and sleep in late, splash around the pool, eat popsicles, and go to the movies! Learning can stop now! Right? Wrong! 

Head smart tips for summertime fun

It’s that time of year when we all spend lots of time outdoors, especially the kids. Hence, it’s time to be extra safety conscious and know where we’re all more vulnerable to concussion. 

NG3 Staff

Time well spent in summer

Summertime, for most high school students, means lounging by the pool with friends, trips to the beach or lake, and waking up late.

Dr. Jessica Mercer

Sun safety

From the doctors and staff at Gwinnett Dermatology, we hope you are having a wonderful summer! We also want to make sure that you are knowledgeable about how to protect yourself from skin cancer and other harmful effects of the sun.

The Boys. Photo by Warren Cameron, 5 Acres Studio

Swimming through summer

The view from the bleachers was a wet one this month. Splashing from the pool came in many forms.