The Gainesville High girls topped Lanier 3-2 on Thursday at Longwood Park.
TAMPA, Fla. - New York ace Masahiro Tanaka sparkled in his spring training debut, a Yankees' 3-2 win over Atlanta Thursday night in which Braves manager Fredi Gonzalez was ejected after one pitch by his starter.
Lake Lanier's water level remains at almost full pool at 1070.28 feet or .72 feet below a full pool of 1071. The water continues to flow through Buford Dam.
ATLANTA - The Atlanta Falcons added defensive help from the free-agent market Thursday by signing defensive end Adrian Clayborn and cornerback Phillip Adams.
CLEMSON, S.C. - Clemson coach Dabo Swinney is looking for a few good backups.
The local jobs picture continues to improve overall despite month-to-month variance in the unemployment rate.
For many reasons, I am very much in favor of continuing the Hall County special purpose local option tax for another five years. But probably the biggest reason is that it would accomplish long overdue improvements for Spout Springs Road in my Flowery Branch community.
While some may not care for the great outdoors, Georgia Foothills chapter of Trout Unlimited works to provide fun and educational activities to the old and young.
Canoes and kayaks will race across Lake Lanier as swiftly as possible Saturday, March 21, in the annual Lula Bridge Race in Gainesville.
Braselton is hosting the new event "Milling Around Downtown" on Saturday, March 14, which could jump-start the town into spring and kick the winter blues to the curb.
Using a centuries old wire weaving technique, North Georgia residents can create their own unique sterling silver wire bracelet during a class in Sautee Nacoochee.
Have you ever wondered how the little Alpine Village of Helen got its name? Have you heard more than one story? Would you like to know the real story?
While spring doesn't officially begin until March 20, the Helen Arts & Heritage decided to celebrate the season of rebirth early with its newest exhibition.
Armed with a powerful personality, passionate expressiveness, gift for communication and outstanding technique, internationally acclaimed concert organist Raúl Ramírez will present a free concert at 4 p.m. Sunday, March 15, in Demorest.
Almost 18 years ago, the band Emerald Rose performed its first live professional concert on St. Patrick's Day.
Tae Turner's five touchdowns powered Lakeview Academy to its first region win in school history, a 38-3 victory over Providence Christian on Friday at Jock Hornor Field in Gainesville.
Habersham Centrall fell on the road Friday to Alpharetta 52-3 as the Raiders continue to struggle in Region 7-AAAAAA, falling to 0-5 on the year.
George Walton defeated Towns County 48-28 as ihe Indians fell to 1-4 on Friday in Monroe.
Union County ran up a 52-19 win over Social Circle on Friday in Blairsville.
Commerce defeated Athens Christian 10-7 on Friday in Athens.
Franklin County held off Banks County 22-21 on Friday night in Homer.
BETHLEHEM - Gainesville coach Bruce Miller hit a big milestone Friday night.
BUFORD - Buford opened Region 8-AAAA play with a 42-10 victory over White County at home on Friday night.
CARROLLTON - It took a little longer than he anticipated, but Ed Dudley has registered victory No. 1 as the head coach of the Carrollton High School football team.
Lumpkin County lost a tight contest on the road to Our Lady of Mercy on Friday, 42-35 in Fayetteville.
Commerce used late heroics to pull out a 27-20 victory over Athens Academy on Friday at Ray Lamb Stadium.
After an 0-10 season in 2013, Banks County is finally getting used to being back in the win column.
Johnson lost its fifth game in as many outings this season, falling to unbeaten Pickens 49-6 on Friday night in Oakwood.
Running backs Brandon Grant and Chris Howard combined for 102 yards off of nine carries, but their efforts couldn't stop a 24-3 Rabun County victory over Riverside Academy Friday night.
SUGAR HILL - The Flowery Branch Falcons couldn't build on an early lead Friday night and the Lanier Longhorns wore them down and pulled away late to win 27-12.