South Atlanta Magazine

Southern Regional's Sleep Center

I arrived at the center–housed in a medical office building next to the hospital–and was greeted by Angie McReynolds, a veteran nurse at Southern Regional who convinced hospital administrators to let her run the sleep center, which reopened last July.  She showed me to one of the lab’s four newly renovated bedrooms. This is where the center’s ... [Read More]

Former Fayette County Student Thanks School System

Matthew Smith, a former Whitewater High School student, recently reached out to the school system’s coordinator of work based learning, Melanie Duncan, to show his appreciation for the lessons he learned through the program, and to share how the ... [Read More]
October 20, 2020

Starr’s Mill High Band Members Honored as All-Americans

More national attention is being focused on band members from Starr’s Mill High as two of them will perform in the halftime show at the All-American Bowl in January. Brass Captain Zach Garcia and electric trombone soloist/section leader Camber ... [Read More]
November 15, 2018

SRMC is Rehabbing You to Get Back to Work

MAKING THE MOST OF EVERY DAY IS WHAT we strive for in life, but when life throw’s you a curve ball that affects your body every day can be a challenge. That’s where Southern Regional’s Outpatient Rehabilitation Services can help and get you ... [Read More]
September 6, 2018

Dressing for Business Success

MANY COMPANIES HAVE STARTED IMPOSING DRESS codes, so when shopping keep in mind keep in mind any restrictions outlined about specific clothing requirements and rules.  Even if you do not believe that your company has a dress code, it is still ... [Read More]
September 6, 2018

Downtown Stockbridge, a Fun Place Full of Possibilities

“YES! THAT’S WHAT WE WANT TO SEE!” EXCLAIMS STOCKBRIDGE main street program Manager, Kira Harris-Braggs, as she and Main Street Program Assistant, Lisa Fareed, check on the Little Free Library, which is located by the Ted Strickland Community ... [Read More]
September 1, 2018

A Highest Attempt of Praise

Pat Burns considers herself a conduit, a tool to be used to create something tangible from the intangible. Since fall of 2013, she has spent most of her creative energies sculpting in water-base clay even though she has over thirty years of acrylic ... [Read More]
July 1, 2018

StockBridge, Georgia a City Divided

On May 8, 2018, Governor Nathan Deal signed Senate Bills 262 and 263, which proposes de-annexing nearly 9,000 residents from the City of Stockbridge and charters a new city with property from Stockbridge, respectively.    According to the AJC’s ... [Read More]
July 1, 2018

Motorama and National Lampoon’s Christmas!

It may not currently be the Christmastime season, but movie buffs and holiday-film fans across the country will have a perfectly reasonable excuse to re-watch the yuletide classic “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation” over the next month or ... [Read More]
March 28, 2018

Sabrina Isdell, One of 3 Triple Threat Educators

What is a triple threat teacher? The answer lies not in can we make our core classes fun again, but more like who do we need that will make, Math…Momentous, Reading…Revolutionary, and Science…Spectacular. The answer lies in a few golden ... [Read More]
March 19, 2018