To be honest, we were a little concerned after we published our Dec. 9 story about our sad saps. Three days after our call for adoptive parents - and one day away from our deadline - we had just one response.
No matter what your denomination is, Chonda Pierce just wants you to loosen up. The trick, she said - at least in doing stand-up comedy - is to find that balance between what's funny and what's stepping over the line.
The trick, she said - at least in doing stand-up comedy - is to find that balance between what's funny and what's stepping over the line.
Our Neighbor Inc. is closing in on its goal of opening a coffee shop - and Friday's benefit banquet will bring the organization one step closer.
For some, it's as simple as a monthly check to provide scholarships to school children. For others, it means packing your bags and heading out to Nicaragua or Zambia or Haiti.
Chris Severn's friend, Taylor Altizer, was on the phone. It seemed she had a rather unusual invitation.
Southern humor, country music and a gas station will appear in an encore performance of West Hall High School's "Pump Boys and Dinettes" this weekend.
Supporters of the Gainesville Symphony Orchestra will have a chance to celebrate the arts in style on Feb. 2, when the GSO holds its annual ball and silent auction.
Every community needs a little drama. At least, that's what Donna Chalmers says.
Guests at Tuesday's ProMusica performance will get a double dose of classical flavors: The big, bold taste of brass and the delicate flavor of strings and winds.
Whatever you do, don't call it a rodeo. This is straight-up bull riding
The Gainesville Jaycees wraps up its annual Empty Stocking Fund today, when toys for about 450 needy children will be distributed throughout Hall County. Jaycees members, along with their significant others, gathered at 6 a.m. Dec. 1 at the Gainesville Wal-Mart to do the shopping for students from all but three Hall County elementary schools.
Jaycees members, along with their significant others, gathered at 6 a.m. Dec. 1 at the Gainesville Wal-Mart to do the shopping for students from all but three Hall County elementary schools.
Emily Bryant has an annual tradition involving powdered sugar and batter.
The Voices of North Georgia kick off their 2007-08 season this weekend, and they're singing praises.
It's that time of the year for spooky ghosts, haunted houses and things that go bump in the night.
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