Gene Beckstein's early life wasn't exactly picture perfect.
Callen Chavez wasn't even 1 day old yet when he started helping other people.
Corey Roberts admits that sometimes it seemed like taking classes over summer break for the last three years wasn't worth the effort.
Between driving to job sites, chauffeuring the kids to day camp, mowing the grass and his wife driving to work, Kenny Stephens said his family uses a lot of gas.
Living 90 years is reason enough to celebrate.
In the next few weeks, Bob Bradbury is going to begin "robbing the hives."
Traveling from downtown Gainesville to midtown on foot is about to get a lot easier and safer.
A 23-year-old Cornelia woman pleaded not guilty Friday morning in federal court to charges of manufacturing pipe bombs, receiving or possessing unregistered firearms and using controlled substances while possessing destructive devices.
The hot July sun beat down on a group of U.S. Marine Corps veterans while they saluted the flag they worked so hard to defend.
Boy Scouts spend years learning how to survive in the wilderness. They proudly wear badges to display their mastery of those skills.
Childhood memories can be made while marveling at the magic at the end of a sparkler. But making sure those happy July Fourth memories aren't tarnished by an accident takes a little bit of preparation and a respect for fire.
Becky Erickson of Cumming said she's never missed an election.
A 23-year-old woman from Cornelia who told FBI agents she makes bombs and blows up toilets as a hobby was indicted by a federal grand jury Thursday on three counts of making and possessing explosive devices and possessing firearms while being an unlawful drug user.
Children spend most of the year dreaming about summer vacation.
Traveling 105 miles at a paddler's pace can open your eyes.