After being laid off from her corporate job of 30 years, Laura James knew it was time to do something different with her life.
Chickens might be small animals, but they're the backbone, wing, thigh and breast of a huge industry and a tight-knit community.
There are a lot of free activities parents and teens can do together for two hours.
Local historians are pleased to hear that centuries of Georgia's past still will be accessible next year.
Kevin Candelario Arita grew up around coffee as a child in the mountain village of Mar Azul, Honduras.
As any woman who has ever been pregnant can attest, the last few days and weeks of pregnancy are a true test of endurance.
Preparing for the SAT can help increase a student's score and their chances of getting into a good college, but preparation courses can be fairly expensive.
The Hall County Library System will continue to operate on reduced hours and a rotating Saturday schedule as it has for the last three months.
The next time you drive down Bradford Street in Gainesville, or take a stroll around the square, look down.
More than 200 people took to the streets Monday afternoon in Gainesville to remember the dream and legacy of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.
Lying on the ground in the northernmost part of the Rocky Mountains, Jay Kemp found what he was looking for.
While the gun control debate wages on following last month's deadly Connecticut shooting, some mental health professionals are concerned the conversation isn't addressing the right issues.
Several Gainesville churches are preaching a message of peace. That is, financial peace.
The "technology petting zoo" at the North Hall Technology Center welcomed a new feature this week: The Makerbot Replicator 2.
Most elementary students don't have to think about where they'll get water to drink; it's down the hall and comes out of the fountain.
The Easter story might not be told the same way if it had not been for three women discovering an empty tomb some 2,000 years ago.
Elizabeth Harrison is a self-professed "magazine junkie."
Raising more than $1.5 million in this economy is reason enough to celebrate.
Employees ranging from teenagers to middle-aged adults hustled at their stations during the fast-food restaurant's lunch rush Tuesday afternoon.
Orly Padawer of Cleveland said she's looking forward to the Passover feast known as the Seder.
A temporary, handwritten sign marks the site of the small cemetery. It reads "New Bethel Church, Strickland Cemetery."
Carolyn Hogan said she didn't expect much when she sat down in front of the computer and typed her long-lost sister's name in the search bar.
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