Each month, the Jackson EMC Foundation awards grant funding to worthy individuals and organizations in its 10-county service area.
Last summer, Vickie and Rich White decided it was time for a change. Their 20-year-old kitchen was in need of some updating.
Local law enforcement agencies are urging parents, neighborhoods and motorists to be cautious of trick-or-treaters this Halloween.
Many adults are using technology in the form of smartphone applications and websites to improve their health. But children's health can benefit from technology as well.
First thing every morning, Anne Abbott Gray opens the newspaper to check her horoscope.
"Education provides the foundation for the next generation," Allison Walls said.
BY SAVANNAH KING
"How many of you like bugs?" Rachel Glazer asked a group of children.
Library patrons can now borrow books from the library whenever and wherever they want.
The newest Hall County library branch is making do with what it has, pushing book carts and metal tables together to make a circulation desk until the real one can be delivered.
Two buses stopped outside a Hall County elementary school Monday morning and dropped off nearly 80 people ready to learn.
When Samantha Pearson of Flowery Branch went on vacation with family in Los Angeles, her grandmother made a special request - she wanted to be on a game show.
Several organizations are helping protect children in Hall County by empowering adults to recognize and prevent child sexual abuse.
Angela and Jordan Crossland are full-time parents. In fact, it's basically their job description.
The Hall County Library System will begin its new alternating Saturday schedule this weekend.
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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