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.
The first day of fall doesn't feel much like it.
After she was missing for three days, authorities found Gainesville woman Adela Arroyo at Northeast Georgia Medical Center, where she had checked herself into Laurelwood, a division of the medical center that treats those with mental health problems.
Once again, artists will gather on the square in Gainesville to sell their wares at Art in the Square.
On Monday afternoon, Art in the Square officials were busy painting a banner to advertise the upcoming seventh annual festival.
For some, history is something learned from textbooks or college lectures. But then there's the history learned from those who lived it.
Warm, sunny weather usually beckons people outside, whether it be to the lake, the park or just hanging out in the backyard.
In just more than a month, thousands will gather at Road Atlanta in Braselton for a tribute to all those who have been affected by cancer and to raise money for the American Cancer Society.
The event goes all night, with at least one member from each team walking around the track at all times.
The tenets of science, economy and religion often seem at odds, but scholars in all three fields gathered Thursday night for a discussion on the relationship between each study and the environment.
Cheryl Burke has been working in Pakistan for about six years, now serving as a professor and dean of students at Forman Christian College in Lahore, Pakistan. For parents Charles and Sharon Burke of Gainesville, the benefits far outweigh the concerns of having their daughter serve in a volatile and far away country.
She's making a difference there, fostering tolerance between students of different backgrounds and helping to provide an education to Pakistani young people.