South Atlanta

The Original Tim Duncan

Tim Duncan is in his fourth year as Director of Athletics at Clayton State University and despite the massive success of the many athletic programs at CSU before and during his tenure, you’d think the former sports marketer and Division I basketball player would be able to relax a bit. “My time has passed by very, very quickly,” said Duncan of his ... [Read More]

Defying Normal, Marcy’s Way

When asked what she would say to her twenty year old self, Marcy Medinger says without hesitation, “Enjoy life and don’t worry about the future.” Unlike many, she grew up on a boat, literally. “I was raised in Ft. Lauderdale on a boat with ... [Read More]
February 21, 2019

Numbers Man, From Pumping Gas to Heading Heritage Bank

During the sweltering summer nights and freezing winter days, young Leonard Moreland pumped gas at a service station along I-75 in Morrow, in a time when there were no self-service pumps. As he checked the oil and cleaned the windshields of ... [Read More]
February 20, 2019

The Business of Change According to Lincoln Parks

Every business owner and entrepreneur can attest to the importance of being able to change. Not just to change, but to be successful through the change. Lincoln Parks’ personal and professional journey speaks to his strength and adaptability in ... [Read More]
September 6, 2018

Paragon Systems, Inc. A Model of Excellence

In 1970, when Stephen and I moved to College Park, GA from Connecticut, we knew we were going to start a business but were not quite sure which direction we would pursue.  We decided to name the business Paragon Systems, Inc. because “parag... [Read More]
September 6, 2018

Art is an Element of Life for Jordyn Speakman

  Jordyn Speakman is definitely living her life in her own way. As a radical believer in the land of pop stars and reality stars this Southern Crescent resident chooses a Cello as her claim to fame.  Though the world’s general view has changed ... [Read More]
September 6, 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

Today’s Women’s Movement

More than 4 million people around the world joined the Women’s March in 2017, and in 2018, an estimated 1 million hit the streets again. The #MeToo movement shined a spotlight on sexual harassment, forcing predators to step down from power. And ... [Read More]
June 19, 2018

Taking the Fear out of Police Authority for Children

You don’t have to be a Riverdale resident to feel the residual effects of losing a leader like Major Gregory E. Barney, who was killed February 11, 2016 in the line of duty. His presence was also felt–and missed–throughout Riverdale ... [Read More]
April 5, 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