For the staff of the Children's Center For Hope & Healing, Saturday night's sixth annual Gala for Hope & Healing had fun, entertainment and more importantly, a purpose.
Tomato season has finally found its stride in North Georgia despite the deluge of rain this summer.
A new school year brings new shoes, clothes, backpacks for students and a lengthy supply list to fill for the first day of class.
Residents of the Clermont community gathered Saturday at the Chattahoochee Center to celebrate the city's 100th birthday.
Most people can only dream of watching a lottery drawing and seeing all the numbers they have on their ticket come out of the tumbler and onto the television screen, signaling they have won a megajackpot.
Sometimes, a person's hard work and time go unrecognized by many. On Monday night, a group of volunteers' time, talent and hard work was recognized by those who saw it firsthand. Northeast Georgia Medical Center and the Medical Center Auxiliary recognized the 2013 teen volunteers as part of the NGMC Teen Volunteer Appreciation Dinner at the Quinlan Visual Arts Center in Gainesville. The teens served in 48 areas throughout the NGMC health system, and 117 ...
Visitors got a close-up look at the environmental health of Lake Lanier on Saturday when the Chattahoochee Riverkeeper watchdog group offered its first Watershed Outing.
On beautiful weekends in North Georgia, motorcycles are a popular mode of transportation, especially for a ride to the mountains.
A surgeon, former chief of staff at Northeast Georgia Medical Center and a co-founder of Lakeview Academy, Dr. Robert S. Tether Jr., died Wednesday. He was 84.
Youth swimmers from around Georgia descended on the Frances Meadows Aquatic and Community Center on Saturday for the Georgia Recreation and Park Association Class A State Swim Meet.
America's Colonial era came to life Sunday at the Northeast Georgia History Center's monthly Family Day.
If you were driving by the downtown historic district of Flowery Branch on Saturday, you may have seen cyclists racing and thought you had been dropped in the middle of the Tour de France.
Teams of visually-impaired men and women, some completely blind, showed Saturday that a scoreboard doesn't matter when it comes to their sport.
Competitors and novices alike took part in various boating disciplines Saturday when the Lanier Canoe and Kayak Club held its second annual Paddlethon fundraiser at the Lake Lanier Olympic Center.
With summer officially starting on Friday, temperatures have already started to rise. With warmer temperatures, however, comes more danger for children being left alone inside hot cars. Safe Kids of Gainesville/Hall County, along with the Gainesville Police Department and Gainesville Fire Department, have been inspecting car seats for parents and children, but also educating the public on the dangers of a child being left alone in a hot car as part of their "Look Before ...
Sunday afternoon on Green Street saw rain, cold temperatures and the arrival of Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus, albeit 17 days before Christmas Day.
The closer Christmas gets, the more excitement begins to fill the air.
Clermont residents showed Saturday night they are ready to greet the holiday season as the city held its fourth annual parade and tree lighting ceremony at Town Hall Park.
ATHENS - Even with a slow start on offense, Friday night's game proved that once the Gainesville offense starts rolling, it is hard to stop.
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