Saturday's second annual Children and Youth Health and Safety Expo at the Academies of Discovery Gym in Oakwood featured safety tips from organizations like American Red Cross, Expanded Food And Nutrition Education Program and Hall County Fire Services.
Isaac Strickland of Newnan trekked to Gainesville this weekend to see his family and take part in one of his favorite activities - cycling.
Cherie Hathcock watched her team of science-enthusiastic Flowery Branch Elementary School students carry their knowledge from the classroom and into competition.
Information about food groups, healthy snacks and alternative choices can sometimes be hard to grasp when reading it off a pamphlet or handout.
Kay Blackstock, executive director of the Georgia Mountain Food Bank, said Saturday night's first-ever celebration of the organization's new Harvester Club wasn't a challenge issued but an invitation to the community to help feed more people in the coming year.
Faith, family and golf were all part of a weekend full of hope for future college students as the Grady Young Foundation looks toward celebrating a new crop of scholarship recipients this spring.
CLARKESVILLE - Cathy Roberts, a Clarkesville resident and owner of Sheep Hollow on the downtown square, sat behind the counter of her store Saturday reminiscing about what made Sweet Breads one of her favorite places to eat.
Caleb Hill, a fourth-grader at Wauka Mountain Multiple Intelligences Academy enjoys solving problems using multiplication and decimals.
Nearly 50 years after its first meeting on March 23, 1964, the Lakeshore Squares dance club has lots of new faces but is still dancing strong.
To achieve success in sharpshooting competition, Hall County 4-H S.A.F.E BB Rifle Team members spend half their time learning about guns and gun safety in a classroom, the other half on the range putting their knowledge and skill to use.
After being stuck indoors due to snow, sleet and ice, Gainesville residents were happy Sunday to see sunshine and warmer temperatures return.
Most think of California or the West Coast as the likely source for an earthquake.
During hard economic times, many people have gone without such benefits as health and dental insurance, making it difficult to receive the proper care they need.
Less than two weeks ago, North Georgia received a couple of inches of snow and ice. Now, the possibility of snow, sleet and freezing rain returns as early as tonight.
Hard work by outreach programs to help local youth sometimes can go unrecognized by the general public.