The Rotary Club of Gainesville donated more than $20,000 to local nonprofit groups at its meeting Monday - a move that made Jan Ros get a little teary eyed.
Despite several years of slow but steady growth in Oakwood, population estimates for 2009 reveal a steeper rise than the city has seen in years past.
As fireworks stands pop up along the state's roadsides, area officials urge families to stay safe and be smart.
When Derisa Collymore came to Brenau University, she had to leave her kitchen behind.
The race is still on.
For the children attending summer camp at the C.C. Cloud Youth Center, fresh fruits and vegetables are rarely on the dinner table.
When Laura Haynes asked a group of women about their interests, the answer she got back was something a little unexpected.
It's about time.
Gainesville songwriter John Jarrard - who wrote 11 No. 1 hits before passing away in 2001 - will be inducted into the Georgia Music Hall of Fame on Sept. 11 in Atlanta.
CLEVELAND - Brick-and-mortar movie stores are few and far between in White County, leaving film fans with few options for renting the latest summer flicks. But are residents concerned?
But are residents concerned?
Her eyes have seen our history.
When Jade Butterworth was growing up, she had to look to Atlanta to find a camp that would cater to a child with special needs.
At the Southern Monster Truck Showdown, it's all about the noise.
If he didn't have air conditioning, 7-year-old Noah Deal would go swimming every day.
Following the death of its founder, Gainesville's annual June Jam might feel a little different this year - but the musicians are still going to give it their all.
Imani Gardner is inspired.
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