The Hall County Library System Board of Trustees discussed the possibility of reopening the East Hall branch at its meeting Tuesday, though the decision "is not exactly going to be in our hands."
Don Elrod, 72, of Oakwood, remembers the moment 53 years ago when he first laid eyes on his wife.
With cold snow rattling the state, residents of some of the area's older homes may have noticed a bit of a draft around their windows.
Every time I read one of those "you-can-do-these-moves-anywhere" fitness articles, I roll my eyes.
"If you don't try it, you'll never learn," Sifu Jay Lima said as a boy ran up to the mat and did a back flip.
Katie Morgan leaned over and asked her cousins' wives if they'd ever heard the story about the family's fertility statue.
Fellowship is becoming a bit more virtual in many local churches in this digital age.
Getting started in the colder months isn't easy for people or their vehicles.
From proper sanitation to extensive food management, restaurants and cafeterias have to do a lot to stay in business. But that is small potatoes compared to the Northeast Georgia Medical Center's dining services, which is responsible for feeding the hospital's patients, many of whom have weakened immune systems and dietary restrictions.
When the blurry image on the screen sharpened to reveal a mother penguin sitting on her nest, the kindergartners couldn't contain their excitement.
When David Yenerall asks the group of adults sitting in the Elachee Nature Center if they have any questions, hands immediately shoot into the air.
Tyler Wages grinned as he swept the clippers over his principal's head Monday afternoon and clumps of hair fell onto the gym floor.
Emily Taylor arrived 45 minutes early to her first day as an intern on the set of the hit Broadway play "Wicked."
Samantha DeLong, a Gainesville advocate for Marfan Syndrome awareness, died suddenly Wednesday.
Merrianne Dyer sat down in the chair in her office recently and said she'd been teased about serving in almost every role within the Gainesville City School System.
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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