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.
Robotic surgery might seem like a technique more likely to be seen in science fiction than real life, but it's becoming a reality in Gainesville.
Several area churches, Cub Scouts, Girls Scouts and Awana Clubs have given the children in their respective organizations a Pinewood Derby Kit.
Though the century-old Chattahoochee Park Pavilion might look like it's in bad shape, its renovations are coming along nicely.
Last year, all those cookies finally caught up with Santa and he got stuck in a chimney.
Nothing is cuter than a room full of dalmatian puppies ... unless of course they elementary students dressed up as puppies.
When Christmas morning rolls around, a child's good behavior is awarded with presents under the tree.
No one would argue that Santa's got a big job to do on Christmas Eve.
Even after the official end of the first-ever Georgia Gives Day, people across the state continued to donate money to their favorite nonprofit organizations
North Georgia in the fall and winter months has a way of reconnecting people with nature.
A newly remodeled poultry plant in South Hall County plans to employ 200 more workers in 2013, and additional plans for expanding its operations could begin in as little as three years.
The Quinlan Visual Arts Center is getting a little greener. But it's not because of any new art display.
Students of the East Hall High School band marched around their school's track last week blasting holiday tunes with a finesse that can only be earned through many hours of practice.
Luke Pilgrim never thought of music as a hobby or a side gig.