Changes to AJC Go Guide amid coronavirus outbreak

The city of Roswell is more than just a north Fulton town. It’s filled with plenty of things to do for residents and visitors that cost absolutely nothing.

Our day-to-day lives are not like they were a month ago.

Events — both weekly and annual — have been canceled, which has led the AJC to rethink our coverage as we continue to provide a complete experience in your daily newspaper.

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For that reason, the Go Guide print section has temporarily been renamed the Do Guide.

This section will serve as a week-to-week diversion for the foreseeable future. Rather than giving you the details on what’s happening outside your residence, you’ll now be provided with a guide on how to make the most of the time you spend inside your home. The section is delivered to AJC print subscribers along with their Friday paper, or you can pick it up on at groceries, convenience stores and other retailers throughout the metro area.

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Stories from our professional journalists will be included as well as inspiring stories from the people living in your town. There are also activities that will keep you and your youngest companions occupied in the form of an extra puzzles page and a coloring page.

It’s our belief that keeping our community informed and entertained provides an essential public service — one we are honored to work on your behalf.

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In addition, the AJCePaper will continue to be provided for free as a service to our community and to keep everyone informed about a the latest news and developments about the coronavirus.

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