BabyLand General Hospital in Cleveland is widely known to be a great local attraction for kids, but the Cabbage Patch will host the "Swamp People" this weekend.
The 2013 National Young Marine Artist Search Competition awards ceremony may have been in San Diego, Calif., but its focus was on Northeast Georgia.
As more visitors are drawn to the downtown square than any other site in Gainesville, businesses there are seeing an influx of customers.
The stage is almost set for the unique, hometown atmosphere at the Gold Rush Days festival in downtown Dahlonega this weekend.
There's only one place you can either grab a biscuit, a chainsaw, or a dance partner to have a good time, all in the same place. The 44th annual Blairsville Sorghum Festival is back at Meeks Park, now hosted by the new Blairsville Sorghum Festival Club.
In light of all the daddy-daughter dances over the past 14 years, Gainesville Parks & Recreation has made sure for the past decade the mother-son duos are not left out.
"The students we have today are just technology natives." This idea is why students from Chestnut Mountain Creative School of Inquiry attended the International Society for Technology in Education conference, teacher Richard Bass said "They know how to use it, and they almost rely on it to learn," he said. "So one of the things we look (at) is, 'How are some creative ways ... we can use technology to help students learn?'" The school's ...
Although attending church services is an important tradition in North Georgia, worship is usually to the tune of a lone piano or organ, not the sounds of an all-acoustic bluegrass band.
After anxiously awaiting flood damage repairs and hoping to have a place of his own again, Mike Reno has finally moved back into his house.
Downtown Gainesville may seem shut down this weekend because of street closures. But it will be very much alive with the festivities of the 2013 Mule Camp Market.
Fall is breezing its way through the North Georgia mountains, as well as a wave of pumpkin patches and fall festivals to bring the new season to life.
Pumpkins are everywhere. As October begins, one cannot help but see signs of pumpkin season surrounding them.
A crowd of more than 200 golfers is not the ordinary capacity for the golf course at Chicopee Woods in Gainesville.
In October, only one festival gives northeast Georgia the full German experience. The Bavarian parade already has rolled through the town of Helen. Authentic German bands are playing in the Festhalle, and dancing, ranging from the waltz to the chicken dance, continues throughout the night. Food and beverages are served, creating festivities only found at the 43rd annual Oktoberfest. Known as the most popular festival in the European-themed town, Oktoberfest is in full swing. It ...
Rhonda Sanders's co-workers call her the "lady in charge of the dead and the moldy."