Anyone traveling along E.E. Butler Parkway in Gainesville on Sunday could spot not one, but two helicopters parked in front of Brenau University's East Campus.
Not many who read books would consider a British story to be a proper launching pad for a classic, Southern story. But with her novel, "Moonrise," author Cassandra King decided to think outside the box and draw inspiration from a gothic British novel.
Everyone knows what a pep rally is like, with the football team, cheerleaders, mascot and the band being the main participants. However, not many students at a school spirit event get to win an iPad.
Rhett Akins, a well-known singer and songwriter, is one of five famous songwriters set to perform at the 12th annual John Jarrard Foundation Songwriter Festival in Gainesville this weekend.
What started as a small idea between colleagues has turned into a decade-long tradition on the square in downtown Gainesville.
In the early years of his life, Kim Williams took many turns in deciding what career path to take.
A husband-and-wife team known best as "America's Most Famous Organ Duo," will share their musical talents with Gainesville residents Sunday.
As football season gears up, chicken wings, burgers and hot dogs will proliferate at tailgate parties, but the grease and fat can add unwanted calories and cholesterol to a person's meal. However, two local food experts pointed out nutritional alternatives for the traditional football feast.
On a weekday afternoon, school buses are parked along McEver Road at West Hall High School in the hot midday sun. Luckily for Becky Taylor, a bus driver of 19 years, she has learned to deal with the heat.
Just a few years back, Brian Ernst was a regular teenager growing up in Oakwood. He attended West Hall High School and loved playing baseball. He was not concerned with blood and platelets. Ernst could not imagine he would find himself relying on blood and platelet donations to keep breathing. In 2008, Ernst was diagnosed with Ewing's sarcoma, a rare form of cancer. At age 19, Ernst lost his battle with the aggressive disease. "There ...
The rain this summer affected many people in Gainesville, but none quite like Michael Reno, who had to move from his Our Neighbor Inc. home.
Fine works of art, wine and refreshments are making one Gainesville building come alive this fall.
Kids are back in school, and schedules are getting busier because of it. As a result, some details like nutrition tend to fall by the wayside.
The weekend brought clear skies and relief from rain, but that is not what one group of protesters worries about falling from the sky.
If it's a weekend night in August, Mike Martin will check mics, make sure all lights are working at the Brenau Downtown Center and get ice for the cast and crew of "Smoke on the Mountain" before checking in at the box office and getting into costume for show time.