Fans gathered Friday night for the opportunity to see, hear and meet one of NASCAR's greatest drivers, "The King" Richard Petty.
Local organizations' needs aren't met just through financial means.
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.
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.
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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