Sometimes walking a mile in another person's shoes is all it takes to make a change, other times it might take walking a mile alongside other people's shoes.
Kenneth McElreath knew his life was going to change forever as soon as he stepped into the bus heading to Fort Benning near Columbus.
When you've got shoe boxes to fill it's easy to get into the holiday spirit.
Nathaniel Simon grew up listening to his grandfather's war stories.
Everyone has special a talent or ability; it's just a matter of finding out what it is and then doing it.
Sometimes the talents and skills of people with disabilities are overlooked, but one new Gainesville nonprofit aims to change that with a business centered around their abilities.
Angelo Velis smiled broadly Thursday night as he gestured toward a group of young adults and teens playing basketball on the courts at Myrtle Street Park in Gainesville.
Sometimes the lessons learned in childhood are carried over into adulthood to be used for the greater good.
Victory is so sweet, especially when it involves cupcakes.
Four years ago, Lisa Miller played a game on Facebook that started a life-changing chain of events.
For the last two years, the Quinlan Visual Arts Center has tried to give away an aging house on its property in Gainesville.
Alzheimer's disease doesn't just affect persons living with the disease; it affects their entire family.
Amber Highfield isn't your average dental hygienist.
For many people, the General Education Development tests offer a second chance to get the educational credit they need to start a career or go to college.
Each month, the Jackson EMC Foundation awards grant funding to worthy individuals and organizations in its 10-county service area.
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.
If you've owned your vehicle for a while, you've likely spilled a few drinks, dropped a couple of french fries or worse - let the dog ride shotgun. And that new-car smell is nothing more than a fading memory even after a wash and vacuum.
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