For many, reading may be a leisurely activity to enjoy during a quiet afternoon. For 10 Centennial Arts Academy students, it's a sport.
Holyer Gomez Mendoza crossed the choppy Rio Grande in a small boat before U.S. officials caught him and later decided to admit him to the country as a refugee.
Gainesville Board of Education members will take some time next month to look over the contract the high school shares with the U.S. Navy for the junior ROTC program.
Community leaders are joining to stress the importance of reading to and engaging with young children, from day one onward.
North Hall High School students met with an award-winning author Thursday to hear stories about the Civil Rights movement in a rural, isolated south Georgia community.
The inaugural year of North Hall High School's STEM Academy had a bit of a shaky start.
Just a few weeks ago, Landon Webber was afraid of the swimming pool.
It's an event 10 years in the making.
A land transfer between Gainesville City Schools and Gainesville Parks & Recreation isn't final - yet.
After his weekly spinal tap, there's only one place Robert Hart wants to visit.
"Efficiency" is what the University of North Georgia, along with the other merged institutions in the University System of Georgia, hoped to achieve when consolidating more than a year ago.
Gainesville school leaders continue to consider a policy change that would decrease the amount of credits high school students need to graduate.
Pam Tebow was in her 30s, living in the Philippines and recovering from amoebic dysentery when her husband, Bob, asked the family to pray for a son named Timothy.
Bridget Sandy laughed as she remembered how her friend and teammate LeeAnn Noble would practice hitting golf balls.
Judge Glenda Hatchett was ready to "keep it real" as she faced an audience of college students.
With some hotly contested races in this year's election, including for the U.S. Senate and governor, the onslaught of political campaign advertising is just beginning.
A plane en route to Gainesville had to make an emergency landing in Commerce Sunday after the pilot reported "intermittent engine and power failure."
One in three Georgia inmates will return to prison within three years of being placed on parole, but a new state law aims to reduce those numbers and help nonviolent offenders get back to work.
Deputies were called to the scene of a gas station robbery Sunday afternoon.
Women have made strides in many career areas, but it's still tough to break into some, including science, technology, engineering and math.
When the kids are away, school resource officers get in their training.
There's no one road for a woman to take when it comes to owning and operating her own business.
It may seem an odd pairing: College students, from the nearby University of North Georgia's Gainesville campus, showing older adults at the Senior Life Center how to bowl digitally.
Customized, personalized education was the common theme as parents gathered to learn more about an online learning option for their children.
Averi Smith's motto was "No tears, all smiles."
Nicolas Holbert rode Chaco around the stable enclosure, circle after circle, as physical therapy students held onto him on each side to keep his head stable.
An umbrella is needed for the first three days of the week, but sun and warm temperatures should return in time for the weekend.
Brenau University President Ed Schrader is marking off the days until the end of the school year.
On Tuesday, the sixth annual Masters in Teaching program at Featherbone Communiversity honored nine local
Nine months after dropping out of a national testing consortium, Georgia is still considering testing options for the next school year.