Life is a precious gift, and the families of babies born prematurely know particularly well that it should not be taken for granted.
Chicopee Woods Agricultural Center turned into a music venue Saturday as artists took their places on stage at Mitch Farmer's annual June Jam, benefitting the Hall-Dawson Court Appointed Special Advocates.
With the 2012 London Olympic games around the corner, the Northeast Georgia History Center's theme for this month's Family Day was the Olympics coming to Atlanta in 1996.
Some 250 motorcycle riders kicked off a ride from Gainesville to Asheville, N.C., Saturday morning.
Funeral services are scheduled today for Charles J. Slay Jr., who helped construct many of Hall County's most visible buildings.
At the Georgia Wine Country Festival this weekend, Three Sisters Vineyard included the essentials to any good party: good music, good food and good wine.
It was hog heaven on the campus of Brenau University Saturday as barbecue aficionados came out for a taste of the best pigs around.
The sky above Wilshire Trails Park was filled with 1,500 painted lady butterflies Sunday during the 16th Annual Butterfly Release organized by Gainesville Friends of the Parks and Greenways, the city of Gainesville and Gainesville Parks and Recreation.
With the summer season fast approaching and temperature rising, the number of days people spend in the water also will quickly increase.
Civil Air Patrol members kept their eyes on the sky as planes came in from two situation exercises Saturday morning at Gainesville Municipal Airport.