Sometimes even tiny hearts have to be extremely brave.
Bowling champions, basketball stars and many other athletes reunited Saturday at the Chicopee Woods Agricultural Center for Special Olympics Day in Gainesville and Hall County.
Elementary students are proving that even though they may still be learning how to multiply, they can still make an impact in the world.
Would you like to major in grossology?
Ever try mixing your daily prayer with a downward dog yoga pose?
What would you do with a free day at one of the Walt Disney World theme parks?
Gainesville Exploration Academy gave students the opportunity to learn more about future careers on Friday at the school's first Career Day.
Youngsters were ready to dance, speak and even mime in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. on Sunday at Fair Street International Baccalaureate World School in Gainesville.
Bees come in different shapes and sizes. They also come in honey and bumble.
Bulls buck. They rear. They kick. And, oh yeah, they spin and twist, too.
Being a Boy Scout can lead to friendships that will last a lifetime; however, participating in this organization is no easy task.
Local residents and visitors braved the cold Saturday night to attend the 29th annual T&T New Year's Gospel Singing at the Georgia Mountains Center.
The day after Thanksgiving, known as "Black Friday," is highly anticipated by retail workers as the big day for shoppers to start marking things off their Christmas lists.
Families and friends gathered Sunday afternoon at Antioch Baptist Church to celebrate the true meaning of Christmas at the church's annual Christmas Concert.
Butch Miller of Dublin watched over his grandchildren in the Gainesville square on Saturday evening as they prepared to watch their uncle sing.
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