Rather than ringing in the new year, a lot of people choose to celebrate with a bang or a boom.
A cycling club around for more than 25 years in Gainesville plans to disband at the end of the year.
What better way to shake off the old year and warm up to the new year than by jumping in a frigid lake?
In nearly every house, under every tree there are sure to be a few beautifully wrapped gifts.
The windows of the old mill in New Holland have been sealed with bricks.
You might think you know Santa Claus, but you'd be wrong.
Cancer is scary enough without having to worry about transportation to and from life-saving treatments.
One Gainesville church set out to be a part of a miracle on Sunday afternoon. Hopewell Baptist Church in Gainesville fed more than 5,000 people after their morning church service.
This holiday season it seems like everyone has a television on their Christmas wish list.
Robbie Hulsey walks down the aisles of the Murrayville Hardware and General Store, past door hinges and seed-filled mason jars to help a customer find the tarpaulin he's looking for.
Have you ever wondered what sort of an astrological event might have created the Star of Bethlehem?
This may come as a surprise, but Santa is actually an award-winning cook.
Though she's no stranger to the dog show scene, Sherri Bell admits she was a little nervous over the weekend.
Little kids aren't the only ones who look forward to getting a few gifts on Christmas Eve. Older children and teenagers enjoy getting presents just as much as the younger children.
Travis Germick and his two sons have spent more than 10 years perfecting the art of the "tacky" Christmas light display.
Sarah Samsel sat near the window inside her small cottage and used scissors to snip small red petals into delicate shapes.
When the big day finally rolls around, brides and grooms are adding a lot of personal flair to their weddings, and it's creating a few trends.
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