It was off to the races Saturday for those involved with the Lanier Canoe and Kayak Club and the Baron and Brothers International Junior Olympic Program.
As today's Powerball jackpot reaches a hefty $200 million, Hall County residents took the opportunity to stock up on tickets in hopes of being the lottery's lucky winner.
More than 800 people were expected to dine and dance along the shore of Lake Lanier on Saturday evening at the 15th annual A Taste of Gainesville.
Faith and fire meet gospel singing at a benefit concert for those who have been the victims of burn accidents.
The Rotary Club of Gainesville celebrated a milestone Saturday as club members and volunteers installed its 50th ramp at the home of Hall County resident Frank Slaton.
Downtown Gainesville was filled with visitors taking in the sights of fine art and live entertainment at the Art in the Square Festival on Saturday.
The John Jarrard Foundation held its 11th annual concert on Saturday evening on Brenau University's front lawn in Gainesville to the pleasure of many listening ears.
It was a celebration of all things Asian on Saturday for the 2012 Atlanta Dragon Boat Festival at the Lake Lanier Olympic Venue.
Keep Hall Beautiful has named Kelly Norman as the organization's new executive director.
CUMMING - Pigs may not fly, but such is not always the case with dogs.
The young and young at heart showed up Sunday to help celebrate the 10th anniversary of Gainesville's Interactive Neighborhood for Kids Inc.
The second annual Wauka Mountain 3-D Archery Tournament brought out the young and old, those experienced and others new to the sport of archery on Saturday at Wauka Mountain Multiple Intelligences Academy.
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