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.
With the sun beaming down and the vendor spaces full, the annual Mule Camp Market fall festival drew a big crowd Saturday to the Gainesville square.
Last Friday, turnovers put the Johnson Knights in a huge hole that they couldn't overcome against Chestatee.
One of fall's popular pastimes is visiting garage sales and thrift stores, where prices are cheap and you never know what you may find.
The Chestatee War Eagles (4-1, 2-0 Region 8-AAAA) defeated the Johnson Knights (1-5) 48-7, Friday night at War Eagle Stadium.
If you want a clean lake to enjoy, it takes a strong effort by some to make that become a reality.
With the run game struggling to gain traction and penalties calling two touchdowns back, Riverside Military Academy had to persevere for its first region win of the year.
If you were looking for more books to read, this weekend was the time to find them.
Area businessman George Calvin Dobbs Jr. died Thursday. He was 83.
No matter how much rain fell Saturday, Clermont residents weren't going to let that stop their celebration of the town's centennial anniversary.
For youth who have a passion for planes, Saturday was an opportunity to get insight and information to chase their dream.
DAHLONEGA - In his team's last non-region game, West Hall coach Tony Lotti wanted to see how his players would respond to a close loss last week.
Reunions are a time for fellowship with people you haven't seen in a long time and to reminisce about past events.
Hebron Christian Academy's fast-paced, no-huddle offense carried it to a 23-7 victory over Lakeview Academy on Friday night at Jock Hornor Field.
HELEN - Few pastimes are more popular in North Georgia than tubing down the Chattahoochee River.
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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