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.
The holiday season is often touted as the most wonderful time of year.
A Gainesville church is opening its doors to celebrate the reason behind the Christmas season this weekend.
The 12th annual Christmas on Green Street parade is making an addition to its traditional procession this year.
Beautifully decorated Christmas trees are one of the holiday season's most cherished traditions.
Maybe it's the twinkle of light reflecting off of sequined costumes. Maybe it's the energy in the dancers' performance. Or maybe it's just the story itself.
The Guest House, an adult day center that serves patients with dementia, has been served an eviction notice by the Gainesville Housing Authority.
Lake Lanier isn't just an attractive location for tourists and fishing enthusiasts.
The effects of natural events and disasters aren't just limited to the place they occur.
There is just something special about a real live Christmas tree.
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