Buford's girls soccer team knew heading into the second round of the Class AAA state playoffs that Blessed Trinity would be one of the biggest challenges standing in the way, but that didn't deter the team from peppering the net with shots and leaving everything on the field.
After beginning the 2014 season 0-5-1, the Johnson girls soccer team wasn't sure it could even make the Class AAAA state tournament. A midseason turnaround led to a 10-game winning streak and a matchup against Chamblee in the first round of the state playoffs on Wednesday, but the Lady Knights couldn't continue their winning ways, falling 4-1 in Oakwood.
Bill Forman believes there's more than one right way and more than one wrong way to do everything.
Gainesville has been touted as the poultry capital of the world for as long as residents can remember, so for the 10th year in a row, the city is celebrating this fame with the annual Spring Chicken Festival from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday on the downtown square.
The Gainesville girls golf team has looked to Meg Callahan to be a soft-spoken but strong leader since her freshman season, when she finished with the lowest stroke average in the program and won the team's player of the year award.
Hunting season is here! Egg hunting, that is.
Last fall, musician Jason Kenney of Dahlonega didn't know if he would even record his first solo album because of the financial involvement.
Brenau University is hoping to bring a big-city art scene to small-town Gainesville starting Saturday.
Calm, confident and collected are three characteristics that can be used to describe North Hall track and field athlete Trini Puente.
Gainesville junior forward Jazmin Penado has been a soccer standout since her freshman year.
Four sisters, nine instruments and hundreds of shows later, the women of von Grey find themselves on the rise in the indie-alternative-folk music genre.
Each year, the Quinlan Visual Arts Center opens a new season of exhibitions with the Gala Art Auction, a signature event for the center and artist community in Northeast Georgia.
Bump. Set. Spike. Kill. Block. Dig. Ace.
The East Hall Lady Vikings had an admittedly rough start to the season, but first-year coach Justin Wheeler made some adjustments over winter break and the team has come back ready to compete.
Alexis Gopfert has been playing competitive golf and visiting Rainbow Children's Home each for about three years, so when she realized she could turn her passion for a sport into something beneficial for the children of the North Georgia home, Gopfert jumped at the chance and planned a charity golf tournament.
The sweetest season is upon Northeast Georgia as Girl Scout cookie sales are in full swing, and the girls are preparing to celebrate the iconic Samoa's 40th birthday.
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