Sometimes things just fall right into place. And no one knows that statement rings more true than Lauren Youngblood.
Shikiya Brown tallied 13 points to lead Gainesville's girls to a 54-34 win over Kell in the first round of the Class AAAAA tournament on Wednesday in Marietta.
Snow flurries fell throughout Northeast Georgia on Wednesday, but the real weather threat to come is the bone-chilling cold settling in overnight.
For the second straight day, icy conditions are taking a toll on the basketball state playoffs in Northeast Georgia.
The cleanup is underway from a North Georgia ice storm that began Monday as a mild threat but by Tuesday morning had turned into a tree-snapping, power-sapping, road-blocking mess.
As a government major in college, I would like to join the letters about the Electoral College of electing presidents.
Lots of people love their slow cookers. Just as many folks don't. We tend to be in the latter group. Not because we don't appreciate the dump-and-go convenience. And we certainly enjoy being greeted at the end of the day by delicious smells before we've even taken off our coats.
Army Spc. Thomas W. Roa has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Benning. During the nine-week training period, he received instruction in drill and ceremony, weapons, rifle marksmanship and bayonet training, chemical warfare, field training and tactical exercises, armed and unarmed combat, military courtesy, military justice, physical fitness, first aid, and Army history, traditions and core values. Roa is the son of Mark T. Roa of Gainesville. He is a 2007 graduate of West Hall High School. He earned a bachelor's degree in 2011 from the University of Georgia.
As trasformers blew and iced-over trees fell on power lines, many worried about how to cook their food and stay warm.
ATHENS- Duane Notice and Tyrone Johnson each scored 17 points and South Carolina recovered after blowing a 21-point lead to beat Georgia 64-58 on Tuesday night.
Due to the inclement weather, delivery of the print edition of The Times to some of our readers may be delayed Wednesday morning in order not to put our carriers at risk.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - Former Tennessee linebacker A.J. Johnson, a Gainesville High graduate, has turned himself in on a charge of aggravated rape.
The Lakeview Academy basketball teams have qualified for the Class A Private playoffs, according to GHSA power ratings released Tuesday, with the Lions boys the 16th and final team to make their bracket.
As winter draws to a close and spring nears, many crafty, creative homeowners may seek to design a handmade wreath for the warmer season.
Many gardeners feel quite at home, digging in the dirt and tending to plants as they bloom and grow.
Lake Lanier Islands plans to honor and remember Georgia's fallen soldiers who died while serving their country in the Global War on Terror with its upcoming 5-kilometer run.
If you're going to do a movie sequel that doesn't quite measure up to the original and seems rather hurriedly cobbled together, well, OK. Many filmmakers have done the same.
With unlimited sampling of more than 300 craft beers, the Suwanee American Craft Beer Fest has become widely known as one of the premier craft beer events in the Southeast and a destination for beer enthusiasts nationwide.
Step back in time to the roaring 1920s and the local Speakeasy as the city of Cornelia celebrates with the Gatsby Gala.
What is being indecent? The dress codes of today's society are so different and let go than those of the past.
Learning to draw can be as easy as 1, 2, 3, especially with artist Luciano Georgescu teaching.
Helen Arts & Heritage Center is calling all local artists to bring out all those unique pieces created throughout the winter months for its upcoming exhibit.
Even artist Enid Williams finds it ironic that her colorful works were inspired by charts used to test for color blindness.
Art of the "Wild Wild West" will cover the walls of the Bowen Center for the Arts for more than 30 days.
This month means March Madness for some and art madness for others.
Chestatee Academy of Inquiry and Talent Development students were talkative and excited Wednesday afternoon as they awaited the next acts at Day at the Museum.
Two Future Health Occupation Students of America Health Care Professionals students, (Carnegie level), Grayson Baker and Michelle Ferguson, placed first in the Georgia HOSA Regional Competition.