It is crisp and fresh and reminds you of those days when you were a little kid and you couldn't wait to open your presents from Santa.
Spot and Tick may have waggly tails and wet noses, but these two black Labradors mean business.
Bring on the balloons and treats - Mulberry Creek Community Center is officially 1 year old.
Brenau University graduate students are sending out a reminder that it is important to recycle.
Kyla Lakey loves reptiles, especially turtles.
William "Bill" Mueller woke up at 5 a.m. Saturday to prepare for his morning ride - on his unicycle.
Locals and visitors had the opportunity to mine for gold and grab some fall festival treats this past weekend at the annual Gold Rush Days.
Gryffen Andrews was trying to keep warm Saturday morning with her brown jacket and blue gloves.
Families took a step back in time at the Northeast Georgia History Center as they participated in "Harvest of History," this month's Family Sunday event.
Ever wish you knew more about Gainesville's past?
Grab your rod and pink hat - it's fishing time.
They are fuzzy. They are cute. And owners of them say that you cannot have just one.
Thrift-sale shoppers can be like cheetahs.
Knowles Thompson may only be 2 years old, but this young man is already a fighter.
The hunt was on Sunday for the perfect book at the Gainesville branch of the Hall County Library System.
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