"I didn't have a pulse and I wasn't breathing. But I was by the time they got through with me," Counte Cooley said of surviving a recent cardiac arrest.
Sterling Strickland wasn't in a very good mood when he and his family went to eat at a restaurant in Gainesville about a month ago.
Every Tuesday, Louis Gibbs begins his shift at the hospital by scrubbing his hands with the intensity of a surgeon.
Jesus was a carpenter. His disciples were fishermen. Even Moses made a living as a shepherd.
Gainesville has lost one of its heroes.
Mary Frances Hull knows how life-altering a little encouragement from adults can be for a child.
As tattoos slowly became part of the mainstream culture, tattoo shop owners take care to ensure their customers understand the health-related effects.
From Scott Lecroy's vantage on the front porch, he watched the trucks roll up and down the highway near his house. His Gibson guitar leaned against the wall nearby.
Questions are common at farmers markets.
Spending summers poolside is tough work but someone has to do it.
Margaret Rasmussen did little to contain her excitement as she noticed a white milkweed in bloom.
John Coe still looks up to the sky when he hears a plane pass overhead.
The pastor stood behind the flower-draped casket and jokingly urged mourners to try to keep up with the hearse that carried the body of Margaret Burks.
As families prepare to enjoy a day in the sun and at pools Saturday to kick off the three-day weekend, adults and children alike need to protect their skin from the dangerous UV rays and the damaging effects on the body.
After a year of uncertainty, local high school seniors are seeing their futures a bit more clearly.
Sarah Samsel sat near the window inside her small cottage and used scissors to snip small red petals into delicate shapes.
When the big day finally rolls around, brides and grooms are adding a lot of personal flair to their weddings, and it's creating a few trends.
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