The baseball field at City Park in Gainesville showed the scars of three hastily made barricades, bare paths of dirt in the fresh-fallen snow.
Communities are made better when their members give to each other from their hearts.
When 68-year-old Deborah Mack was growing up, there was an understood "line drawn that you knew not to cross."
In its heyday, Central Baptist Church in midtown Gainesville was the largest church in Northeast Georgia.
Maybe you're not ready for your big on-screen debut but your house could be.
Ladell Tutt didn't "do all this fancy cooking" when she was growing up.
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.