JEFFERSON – Jefferson's season started off about as flawless as any team could hope for.
Northeast Georgia History Center held its Family Day event Sunday. Each month, a different theme from history is picked and brought to life. Sunday's theme was the Revolutionary War period and featured volunteers dressed as people from the era.
Dragon boat races usually are reserved for professional paddlers.
A golden anniversary calls for celebration.
HOSCHTON - Some gun enthusiasts go their entire lives not being able to fire some of history's most iconic weapons.
School is out, and kids were ready for their summer fun to start Saturday.
Gainesville and Georgia drivers may see relief at the gas pump heading into the Memorial Day holiday weekend and beyond into the summer months.
Thousands of rubber ducks were turned loose in Hall County's outdoor bathtub Saturday to raise money and, for one lucky entrant, float home a $10,000 grand prize.
ATLANTA - After three road playoff wins, the battle-tested North Hall boys soccer team needed one more win to secure a berth in the state championship game.
The sounds of power tools humming and hammers hitting nails were heard Saturday as sawdust particles floated through the air at Howard Brothers hardware store in Oakwood.
History was brought back to life at the historic Piedmont Hotel on Saturday as Civil War re-enactors filled the lawn, dawning the 19th century clothes, including one person dressed as Gen. Robert E. Lee.
Lane Miller was failing five of his seven classes this year.
Families and their furry friends filled the Midtown Greenway Sunday afternoon for a day of paws and laughter.
Earth Day isn't until Tuesday, but a few residents grabbed shovels, axes and rakes and got their hands dirty to show appreciation to Mother Nature.
A 6-year-old Gwinnett County boy died Saturday from injuries sustained after being struck by a vehicle, according to Gwinnett County Police spokesman Sgt. Brian Doan.
COMMERCE - Freshmen normally aren't the go-to players for any team, especially during the playoffs.
HOMER – If there's a winning formula for the second-seed Banks County Leopards in the Class AAA state playoffs, it is get it to the big men.
JEFFERSON - The Banks County Lady Leopards' tough region served them well in the opening round of the Class AAA state basketball tournament.
JEFFERSON - The Jefferson Dragons' run at a second state championship in three seasons ended Friday night at Jefferson Memorial Stadium.
JEFFERSON - The No. 1-seed Jefferson Dragons put together another dominant performance in the Class AAA state playoffs Friday night at Memorial Stadium, ousting the No. 3-seeded Dodge County Indians, 27-7.
JEFFERSON - With freezing temperatures, it took a little time for the Jefferson Dragons' offense to warm up offensively during its Class AAA state playoff opener against the Franklin County Lions.
HARTWELL - Coming into Friday night's region championship-deciding game between the Jefferson Dragons and Hart County Bulldogs, it was the offenses that had all the attention as the driving forces behind both teams' 9-0 records.
HARTWELL - In what has been a disappointing and tough 2014 campaign, the Jackson County Panthers looked to turn their luck around Friday night and put a second "W" in the win column.
JEFFERSON - The Jefferson Dragons have shown all year why they are the class of the newly-formed Region 8-AAA by scoring throngs of points and making it tough for opposing offenses to get into Dragon territory, let alone the end zone.
JEFFERSON - After a first-possession fumble by the undefeated Jefferson Dragons on Friday night, the annual Battle of Jefferson against Jackson County had all the makings of a great rivalry game: an early turnover, a fired-up crowd and the home team looking to score quickly.
JEFFERSON-When it comes to the Battle of the Bridge rivalry between the Jefferson Dragons and Commerce Tigers, Jefferson head coach Ben Hall said you could throw both teams' undefeated records out the window.
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