Another piece of the midtown revitalization plan that was started a decade ago is officially complete.
Neil Gaines was a college graduate looking forward to beginning his career when an odd-shaped mole on his back changed everything.
Though they have desks, you won't see many students sitting behind them at Mount Vernon Exploratory School.
Learning to read presents special challenges to children who are deaf or hard of hearing, but a recently awarded grant could help those students read on the same grade level as their hearing peers.
Monday morning will mark the first day of Jeremy Caldwell's new career as a high school science teacher.
A statewide initiative will give local nonprofits an opportunity to raise money together this holiday season.
The grief felt by families who have lost a baby is different.
David Castaldini laughed Wednesday while a nurse tied a rubber band around his arm and drew blood to test his glucose level.
A career in the entertainment industry won't be as difficult to come by thanks to a new program at Brenau University.
"Cancer itself is just a hard journey all the way around," Cathy Jarrells said.
Children today are more technologically savvy than ever and at least one school in Hall County is taking full advantage of that fact.
After a three-year decline, Hall County births are starting to inch back up, according to the number of deliveries recorded at Northeast Georgia Medical Center.
Nadine Millwood remembers her miserable experience with the flu very well.
Golfers played for more than just the love of the game Thursday at Chicopee Woods Golf Course.
A concert on the square in downtown Gainesville certainly lived up to its name Wednesday afternoon.
Nathaniel Shelton has a knack for helping young people find their talents.
James Allen said he felt like the heavens opened up before his eyes when he first met cartoonist Jack Elrod a decade ago.
The artists stooped, stretched and sat along the wall as they carefully mixed paint colors and filled in details of a Venetian canal.
Many faithful Catholics find eating fish is good for the soul as well as the body.
Many a prayer has been offered up under the brilliance of stadium lights on Friday nights.
Pearl Wilson of Alto said she gets excited this time of year because she knows Edgeworthia is blooming.
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