For the birds

Photog finds solace in feathered friends In September 2015, Sharon Radtke was diagnosed with a rare autoimmune disease. She describes it as “grueling” and said the medication for treatment affected her muscles, requiring her to walk with a cane. “I …  Read more

Will to compete

Towne qualifies for Half Ironman world championships Steam shrouded Brent Towne as he pulled off his wetsuit last month, 1.2 miles of lake behind him and a 56-mile bike ride and 13.1-mile run to go. Towne has raced all his …  Read more

‘The cat whisperer’

Georgia Eagle Scout candidate builds cat condos for FCAR Trey Uttecht has never met a cat he didn’t like. “Every cat I’ve met, I’ve gotten along with,” he said, noting even a mild allergy hasn’t hampered the bond. Even cats …  Read more

Safari scenes

Milton artist depicts endangered species Just down the road from Milton Veterinary Hospital, no fewer than four lion statuettes greet visitors to Claudette Eaton’s home. Rendered in stone, the miniature beasts flank the drive and gaze out ceaselessly from the garden. …  Read more

Local volunteers have state impact

Kent Henderson’s Georgia home is a manicured jungle. Fragrant lilies project out of attractive planters in the living room and oversized, split-leaf philodendrons creep up the dining room walls. But Henderson, a soft-spoken man with a warm smile and a …  Read more

Mother of monarchs

Artist raises eggs to butterflies The heart of Betsy Finstad’s home looks like most suburban living rooms. Unopened mail sits on the counter, family photographs adorn the walls and two lazy cats sun themselves near windows that Finstad, an artist of …  Read more

A breath of fresh air

NYC child finds home away from home with Milton family New York City is one of the great tourist hubs of the world. Nearly 60 million people visit annually, about 10 million from overseas. But for the past three years, 13-year-old Brooklynite …  Read more

Like family

Milton daycare provider wins national award Family defines Milton daycare provider Laura Butler’s work. Her clients span generations; high-schoolers she cared for now volunteer alongside her and the kids at her center call her husband “Papa.” Almost a quarter of a …  Read more

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