While many Christians prepare for Easter with egg hunts and religious services during Holy week, members of the Jewish faith are anticipating the arrival of one of its major observances: Passover.
A new drug that was recently approved by the Food and Drug Administration has raised concerns both locally and nationally about its potential for abuse.
The Rev. Calvin Haney and members of his flock from St. Paul United Methodist Church off Washington Street in Gainesville arrived in a small town west of Birminghman, Ala., to answer God's call.
A 5,000-meter "Run for Zyah" will be this Saturday in Gainesville to benefit the nonprofit organization, Families of Spinal Muscular Atrophy.
A concert benefitting the local Disabled American Veterans Chapter 17 will take place Saturday night at Riverside Military Academy in Gainesville.
Editor's note: India's government requires Sarah's Covenant Homes to protect the names of its children. All of the kids have been given nicknames by the orphanage's staff members.
As a special addition to the "Formicidae" entomological art exhibit, which is on display at the University of North Georgia's Gainesville campus, the school will showcase the public art installation "The Moth Project" on Tuesday, March 25.
Neither rain nor fire can keep Shenanigans Irish Restaurant & Pub from celebrating St. Patrick's Day.
As anybody who has ever suffered it knows, heavy water damage at home can be a traumatic experience. Furniture, family possessions, important documents and other items can disappear in a splash.
One of the biggest expenses for homeowners is the electricity bill. For some, it can be as much as a second mortgage payment.
The Gainesville Ballet Company is celebrating 40 years of performances with "Mary and other repertory works."
Pete Smith was born near the intersection of what are now Barrett and Dorsey Peek roads in 1924. On Friday, he celebrated his 90th birthday only 3 miles away at the same place he has worked for the past two decades, the Hall County compactor site on Poplar Springs Road.
When most people hear the phrase "guns in school," they think of tragedies such as school shootings and gang violence. But for several local high schoolers, the phrase means competition, responsibility and camaraderie.
The newly formed Gainesville group The Transplant Band was created for one purpose: to "share the beat."
A new water treatment system at the Hall County Landfill is set to begin operating this week, saving the county an estimated $44,000 a month.
Ashlynn Geringer, a 4-year-old Lumpkin County girl who has leukemia, received an interesting birthday present Saturday: a family friend's hair.
An old red brick building in downtown Lula is once again open for business after decades of neglect.
Students at the University of North Georgia's Gainesville campus gathered Friday to silently support members of the school's LGBT community.
Painting of wildlife, rural life and surreal images as well as clay and bronze sculptures will adorn the walls and floor space for the spring exhibition at Quinlan Visual Arts Center in Gainesville.
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