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.
Since she was a 14-year-old sophomore at Lakeview Academy, Vidya Medepalli had a vision of helping raise awareness and funds for people suffering from heart ailments.
After digging out from a snowstorm at the beginning of the week that closed businesses and schools, Gainesville residents looked to take advantage of Saturday's springlike weather.
Hemlock trees are tall green trees, like Christmas trees.
For Boy Scout troops, weekend retreats are time spent with many troops from around the area, basking in fellowship, showing the progress they have made with certain task requirements and learning responsibilities.
Gainesville City Schools were closed to students today because of the cold air and potential for ice on roadways this morning.
Winter weather likely is on the way throughout Northeast Georgia tonight with snow, sleet and Arctic temperatures.
Imagine being a healthy 22-year-old college student, playing basketball and doing well in your studies.
Above average temperatures, high humidity and a whole lot of rain brought a soggy start to winter this past weekend.
Christmas is a season filled with cheer and laughter, and a time of giving.
Tonight's Mega Millions drawing is capturing the country's imagination as the jackpot amount increased this morning from $586 million to an estimated $636 million.
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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