Every dog has its day, but only some spend that day at work.
In a world full of "get thin quick" schemes and extreme weight-loss programs, a course offered through Forsyth County Extension Office is aiming to promote healthy living and reasonable weight management.
Father's Day is time to pause and appreciate dads everywhere, and Carry On Youth Inc. aims to do that Saturday with a Father's Day Fun-raiser at Laurel Park in Gainesville.
"Well, I was always eager to learn something new," the 103-year-old woman said without further explanation.
Above the front door a small office on a backstreet in Buford simply says "Amigos for Christ."
Nine boats containing 20 paddlers, one steersman and one drummer working in harmony will pepper the lakeshore this weekend as the first locally sponsored dragon boat race launches in Gainesville.
At first glance, Mary Louise Clark appears to be an average resident of Gainesville. What can't be seen, however, is the 30 years she spent as missionary in Zimbabwe and the famine, sickness and civil war she endured.
The roar of the engine, the wind in your hair, the feel of the leather grips on the handlebars and the word of Jesus Christ. One of these is not like the others, or is it?
Few issues are as divisive to the residents of Clermont as alcohol sales.
Police officers come in all shapes and sizes. Some are tall while others are short. Some have two legs while others have four.
William "Bill" Bowers was always curious about his own Southern heritage.
Each paving stone that seasoned stonemason Allen Cerinetti placed on the ground marked a prayer by a college community and a pledge by a Catholic church congregation to build a memorial grotto in Dawsonville.
A favorite character from literature came to life for more than 600 prekindergarten students who received books and a visit from Clifford the Big Red Dog on Friday as part of The United Way of Hall County's Celebrate Literacy Day.
This Saturday, thousands of rubber ducks will make a stop at Lake Lanier for the 16th annual Rubber Duck Derby on their way north for the summer.
When most people think of study abroad programs, they think of spending a few months studying a second language in a foreign country in college. Few consider committing to live with a host family for 10 months. Fewer still consider doing it while in high school.