For a crash course in health and safety, it's best to turn to the experts.
Little League baseball players, parents, community members and Hall County District 2 Commissioner Billy Powell were on hand Monday night as the words they had longed to hear were finally spoken: "Play ball."
Not all competition has to be related to sports or athletics, as many college students found on Saturday at the University of North Georgia Gainesville campus.
Spring break is almost over for the Gainesville and Hall County community, and with it ending, local blood banks are hoping to see a rise in blood donations.
Saturday was a perfect day in more than just weather for those who like to help others, give back or just be part of a church that serves its community.
ATHENS - U.S. Army recruits got a glimpse Saturday into what their military lives will be like during a pre-basic and physical training at the U.S. Army Reserve station off Winterville Road in Athens.
Gloria Stargel, a local Christian author and inspiration to people throughout the Gainesville community, died on Saturday.
If children like sports, they can usually join a team. However, if children like math, they don't have an outlet for competition.
The Exit 17 welcome sign for Oakwood off Interstate 985 is back up after being blown down by high winds on Dec. 20.
Sometimes a risk never pays off with a reward. A selfless act may only get a "thank you."
The Three Sisters Vineyards in Lumpkin County announced it will be the new location of an official University of Georgia Extension and Georgia Automated Environmental Monitoring Network weather station.
Former NFL player and coach Dan Reeves, spoke to the cadets at Riverside Military Academy about character development and leadership on Wednesday morning.
The Vietnamese congregation of First Baptist Church rang in the new year Sunday afternoon at the church's banquet hall in Gainesville.
CLEVELAND - The North Georgia Zoo and Farm has a new addition - a baby albino wallaby named Joey.
The Gainesville High School Red Elephants football team was honored and celebrated Wednesday afternoon with a parade and reception for its Class AAAAA state championship victory over Ware County last December.
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.
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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