Early this morning, before the sun has risen, a darkened Gainesville church represents a dark tomb.
Noah Lenkeit, 7, carefully counted the icing squiggles on his sugar cookie. One, two, three - that's how old his tree, represented by icing rings on a cookie, would be.
Robert Garcia said it's just evil luck that brought a tornado crashing onto Gainesville the morning of April 6, 1936.
Crazy. That's what everyone calls Mary Beverly.
FLOWERY BRANCH - Science is a big deal at this elementary school.
Students at East Hall High School may not pay for their own gas yet, but they're not taking the recent high prices lightly.
The Gainesville Jaycees honored Davis White and Hart Wilheit Payne on Thursday night as Young Man and Young Woman of the Year.
The grown-ups who run Hall County decided the fate of Cool Springs Park on Thursday night. But local kids who will be most affected by that choice shared their thoughts earlier that morning.
It was returned before it was even missed, but a sculpture owned by the Quinlan Visual Arts Center has caused a bit of a commotion at the nonprofit arts organization.
Betty Fain was known for her country store, now a downtown Helen institution, but she was remembered for being a caregiver.
Peace on earth - for most Americans, that's just a nice phrase.
More than 1 million people are living with HIV in the United States, and one in five of those are unaware of their infection, according to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates.
A cold, nasty turn in the weather has many thinking of - and dreading - their upcoming heating bills. But for some, there is help.
When Sgt. 1st Class Devin McCann was young, his parents say they pulled him out of a military school because he was getting too wrapped up in the military and not focusing on his academics.
Each year, the Christmas Is One Language concert draws quite a crowd, between 700 and 900 people, organizers say.
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