The smell of fresh-cut wood hits you as you walk into Allen Williams' basement.
When looking for fresh produce, we're now in the season that gives us lots of options.
Watch out, guys - this is a touchy subject. But for many men, it's also a life-or-death issue, and also one that doesn't get talked about nearly enough. It's prostate cancer and what you do if you've been diagnosed - and there are a lot of options, none of which may seem very appealing. "There's a functional side to the prostate," said Gainesville urologist John C. McHugh, who recently wrote a book about the issues ...
If you're a student planning on going to college, your writing skills had better be top notch.
More than 200 cars spanning 100 years will be on display today, helping to raise money for scholarships awarded by the Vietnam Veterans of America.
Atlanta artist Nancy Dusenberry holds on to more than memories.
Dahlonega's Foy Tootle hopes to start a resurgence of theater in Dahlonega. The transplant from Savannah had success for many years there with a nonprofit theater group that would bring the arts to senior centers and schools, providing an arts education along with a range of offerings on stage. Now, he said, he wants to create the same atmosphere in Dahlonega. "My goal is to make Dahlonega a theater destination," said Tootle, artistic director for ...
Don't let the name fool you - Gainesville Ballet is about more than ballet. Two performances this weekend will highlight the ballet company's jazz and modern sides, too. Add to that live music from a variety of musicians, and you have an evening of song and dance that could work for a Mother's Day outing or simply a night out on the town. "Dancing at Dusk" combines more than a half dozen ballet pieces, with ...
Throughout the school year, students at Chestatee Middle School in North Hall spent a little time each day breaking off into smaller groups and learning about subjects you wouldn't normally find at a middle school.
Janice Bagwell, who has already compiled an extensive family history, said organization is key when researching family members.
Think of it as giant puzzle.
When the bell rings on Friday night, nobody's going to be late for class.
She's only 22, yet her resume is already packed with awards and achievements.
The multicolored monument in the Shehans' front yard is more than a dedication to our area's poultry pride.
The original practices of the Believers Concert Band required a lot of grease, loosening rusty wheels.