In an effort to make the reality of starting classes again early Monday morning more fun, the Beulah Rucker Museum held a rally for the students and families preparing for the beginning of the new school year.
In a season when boat outings and long days enjoying the lake are common, it's difficult to imagine a day on the water taking a tragic turn for the worse.
Roughly 300 runners and walkers showed their support for Lance Cpl. Sean Adams and his family Saturday at the Devil Dog Run, held on the grounds of Jaemor Farms.
Gainesville's young and old took a cruise down memory lane Saturday night for the first ever Gainesville cruisers reunion.
Some Hall County residents came out to perform their civic duty Saturday in early voting at the Hall County Board of Elections and Voter Registration office.
Vincent Melillo is a celebrity in his own right. Even at the age of 93, he makes frequent trips away from his home in Columbus to talk about his experience as a World War II Merrill's Marauder and Korean War 5th Regimental Combat Team veteran. Although Melillo's 94th birthday is Monday, he isn't slowing down yet. Melillo and his daughter, Jonnie Clasen, visited the North Georgia Airborne Association's meeting Saturday to share war stories with ...
Tax holidays were seemingly a thing of years past until the announcement of their reappearance for the 2012 back-to-school season.
Visitors at the Northeast Georgia History Center took a step back in time Sunday at a Family Day event commemorating the region's role in the Revolutionary War.
Air traffic over Lee Gilmer Airport in Gainesville was heavier than usual Saturday with approximately 150 planes in the skies and on the ground during the 44th annual Cracker Fly-In.
North Georgia farmers encouraged people to "eat well, buy local" Saturday, the first day sustainable food farms in the area were open for public tours in the inaugural Georgia Mountains Farm Tour.