Don't put away your winter clothes just yet. While the past few days may have felt like an early glimpse of spring, some chilly days are returning to finish the week.
Students at Chestatee High School in Gainesville spent their class time on Friday serving the community with good deeds and improving their skill sets.
Georgia residents who bought a car in 2012 or early 2013 have until the end of the week to opt out of the birthday tax and into a new one-time title tax.
Valentine's Day was a special occasion for the ladies at Performance Foodservice Milton's in Oakwood. While some companies may have treated the holiday like any other workday, men at the food distribution company went all out to ensure female employees were treated like queens.
Many students at Mount Vernon Exploratory School enjoyed a special school day Wednesday, complete with comfy pajamas and an Italian ice. The best part? It was to help a fellow classmate.
The weather this weekend is "going to be great" according to National Weather Service forecaster Mike Leary.
January and February are peak months for the spread of flu, according to flu.gov, and Gainesville has not been spared this winter.
Frigid weather conditions are returning for several nights this week, with temperatures forecast to dip into the teens.
The start of a new year will also see a new director of public safety for the University of North Georgia.
Charitable organizations in the area experienced a surge in donations at year's end as individuals sought to qualify for a write-off on their 2013 taxes.
Many people will celebrate New Year's Eve with parties and cocktails while watching the ball drop. This often leads to high numbers of DUIs and traffic accidents as people - some sober, some not - head home from holiday festivities.
Northeast Georgia welcomes winter today and a forecast calling for a sunny, cool Christmas - as usual, with no snow in sight.
The Christmas season usually brings fun outings, delicious food and festive decorations. However, these merry perks can be hazardous to furry friends.
Northeast Georgia has seen more than its share of wet weather the past few days.
Holiday festivities in the area will cause some frequently used streets to shut down for awhile this weekend.