Mele Miller rescued a rose from the yard of an old house next door to where she used to live. Now in Gainesville, she is often known as "the rose lady" because of the beautiful bushes in front of her porch and by her mailbox. She doesn't know what kind it is, but it blooms all summer long in beautiful tones of yellow, orange and pink. She admits she's not even an avid gardener. "I think it's just a really old heirloom rose that's disease resistant. You just really don't have to do anything with ...
Clint Daniel has been working with wood since high school. After a long career in construction, working as a contractor on many grading projects in the Atlanta area, he now spends much of his free time turning wood - a more specialized technique for shaping wood.
People choose organic products for a variety of reasons. Some are interested in health benefits, others in saving the environment. And some just say it tastes better. But eating foods with the organic label can come at a pretty steep price.
First- and second-graders at Enota Multiple Intelligences Academy recently published their own books. The students, part of Ms. Westbrook's IMPACT class, wrote about the jobs they would like to do when they grow up. Copies of the books, published by Nationwide Learning, are displayed in the school's media center.