The Gainesville City School Board heard the final departmental budget presentations for fiscal year 2014 at its work session Monday night.
Fifth-graders Brandon Murillo and Emilio Ochoa prefer not having girls around while they learn in class.
You might think giving away a kidney would slow 57-year-old athlete Kelly Parham down a little, but it hasn't.
Sure, surfing for funny pet photos online is a quick way to reduce stress and forget your troubles.
A few hiccups are to be expected with any major relocation. The Guest House, a nonprofit adult day care facility, certainly had its share of challenges moving to its new location on Oak Street in Gainesville. But though the nonprofit had to leave its beloved hobby shop behind, two heating-air conditioning units broke on the first day and bad weather threatened to delay the move, everything has finally come together. Repairmen were busy working on ...
The cafeteria at Gainesville Middle School was buzzing with the sounds of robots, laser beams, electrical currents and sheer excitement Thursday night.
Though William Morris is just getting ready to step out into the world, he already knows he wants to make a difference in it.
Dressed in black-and-white server uniforms, the senior administrators of Northeast Georgia Medical Center carried trays of food and refilled glasses as a show of appreciation for the organization's volunteers.
Science and social studies teachers are sticking to the standards they've always taught as more emphasis is now being placed on those subjects in measuring overall school success.
A group of friends with their dates on their arms stood in front of family and posed for photos outside of the Civic Center on Saturday evening before the prom began.
The 800 budding artists at Enota Multiple Intelligences Academy in Gainesville got the opportunity to make a lasting mark on their school this month.
Four-year-old Edwin Molina smiles sweetly at his teacher as he presses a button on his iPad telling her he'd like to play with toy cars.
Bonita Jacobs, president of the University of North Georgia, said the gold on the university's historic steeple never shone as brilliantly as it did Friday afternoon.
"When I read my bible, I realize that if I didn't have the Bible in my own heart language, I'd be lost," Grace Townsend-Goreth said.
With more than 1,000 patients walking through the doors of Good News Clinics in Gainesville each month, the clinic could use a little extra space.
Fifth-grader Heartley Twiggs loves to read fiction books and thinks kids are better off when they read books they enjoy.
Though severe weather Saturday night washed out roadways in Flowery Branch, most students in the area made it to school Monday morning.
The Hall County Board of Education grappled with "philosophical issues" as it discussed ways to continue to function with a tight budget next year.
Whit Carmon was stepping off the bus after delivering his final term paper at the University of Georgia when his phone rang.
Brittany Evans wanted a storybook wedding but what she got was something more like a movie.
Jennifer Robson sits in front of her laptop computer and scrolls through a list of ads on an adult website, looking for a local woman to call.
With tears in her eyes, second-grade teacher Maria McConnell says goodbye to her class.
The 2013 graduating class of Gainesville High School has many accomplished students who are destined to do something meaningful with their lives.
Even though children aren't going to be able to visit their school library over the summer, there are still plenty of opportunities to hone their reading skills.
The Hall County Board of Education discussed ways to maintain employee morale while working within next year's tight budget.
Making a sandwich is easy: two slices of bread, some meat and cheese, and voila.
"It will be a blessed Mother's Day for my kids, my granddaughter, my wife," Grady Nolan said, his voice cracking slightly. "And for me."
Sometimes Allison Zafft said she thinks about the way her family and her life might have turned out if she'd never had her youngest daughter Aleah.
When Marett Peets first heard about Scotland's University of St. Andrews at a seventh-grade college fair, she thought it would be an interesting place to study but an unlikely place for her to land.
Most mornings Aaron Mullican is on the lake before sunrise and returns as the day is ending.