Savannah Schneider said most of her actions these days are driven by her desire to earn college scholarships.
As Lacy Wilson stood in a dressing room at Walt Disney World, she helped her 6-year-old daughter Jacelyn Wilson into a blue-sequined Cinderella dress. She couldn't help but break down.
For hundreds of years, the stained glass windows of churches around the world have served as storytellers to the people who worship inside.
The third-grade students in Lindsay Brown's class are busy playing games.
Students and teachers spent a portion of Monday morning quietly hunkered down in the far corners of their classrooms while police officers roamed the halls.
"Music itself is such a powerful thing," Micah Massey said.
Ashley DesPres knows how important it is to be excited about the lessons she's teaching her students.
Denise McConnell remembers a lot about her childhood.
Patients in Gainesville are in good hands - some of the very best hands in the country.
The Gainesville Jaycees honored three individuals for their involvement in the community at its 68th annual Young Man and Young Woman of the Year award ceremony Thursday night.
The Gainesville City school system will likely retain its charter status for the next 10 years.
When William Morris, a senior at Gainesville High School, found he would have the opportunity to honor the teacher who had the biggest influence on his life, he knew exactly who he would chose.
While many students either go directly to college or work after high school, Austin Montgomery intends to help people on the mission field.
Every now and then, a student will come along and help an entire class, including its teacher, learn more.
Just because an organization is classified as "tax-exempt" doesn't mean it's exempt from filing and paying all taxes.
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