Lee Arrendale State Prison's equine facility held its first horse auction Saturday morning. Seven horses were up for bid with the proceeds going to benefit the Department of Agriculture's horse rescue and rehabilitation program.
Renowned businesswoman and former executive president of Primerica Corp. and Citigroup Barbara T. King, 72, died Wednesday.
The Junior League's first annual Wellness Expo got an enthusiastic reception at the Interactive Neighborhood for Kids on Sunday.
More than 30 sponsors came out to teach children and adults the benefits of a healthy lifestyle, from how to make quick and easy snacks to personal hygiene and fun ways to exercise. INK boasts a extensive indoor village, including a grocery store, where the kids learned how to pick out the right foods, and a hair salon specializing in colorful updos.
Women of all ages gathered on Brenau University's campus Saturday for the second annual Girl Power WomenSource event.
Ten months ago, Charles Bishop lost his wallet after his car door swung open on the highway, nearly tossing him out as well.
Riders gathered Saturday at Chicopee Woods Agricultural Center to compete in the Interscholastic Equestrian Association's Regional Finals.
The world of competitive tree climbing is more involved than one may think.
Fishing probably isn't the first sport that comes to mind for many middle school and high school students, but Fishing4Reel aims to change that by bringing bass fishing into the community.
Mary Olive Parks, 61, of Gainesville died Wednesday night following a battle with cancer.
A Gainesville teen celebrated the one-year anniversary of his kidney transplant Saturday with his family and volunteers from the Make-A-Wish Foundation by going on a shopping spree.