Shaw Carter never knew the person who gave him his heart, and it's likely he will never even learn his name. But without his newly donated heart, Shaw Carter would continue to struggle with a host of alarming symptoms that could lead to his death.
The romantic comedy "The Town That Came A-Courtin,'" a movie based on the novel of the same name written by local author and renowned columnist Ronda Rich, is airing at 7 p.m. this Sunday on the UP Network.
Oakwood City Council voted Monday to formally contact the Hall County Board of Commissioners about fire tax inequalities between the city and unincorporated areas of the county.
Oakwood residents will get a chance Monday to voice their opinions about fire tax inequality between city and county property owners.
For local resident Michael King, the struggle with cold weather is all too familiar.
Virginia Gilmore leads a seemingly ordinary life for a fast-food worker. She wakes up at noon, showers, dresses and heads to her job as a night shift manager at the Wendy's in Clarkesville every Sunday through Friday.
Christmas is over and the results from the Salvation Army's annual bell-ringing fundraising campaign are in.
Two years ago, Clarkesville resident Mark Watson faced his own death. It didn't come in the form of a near-death experience or a trip to the hospital, but in the form of a letter from his doctor that said if Watson didn't get his diabetes under control, he would live no more than another five to 10 years.
While most people were sleeping on Christmas morning, firefighters in White County were responding to a fire at a rental cabin at Smithgall Woods State Park just east of Helen.
Newly elected Gainesville City Councilman Sam Couvillon will be sworn in after today's meeting alongside Danny Dunagan, the city's first directly elected mayor.
Just a couple of days before Christmas in 1990 and almost two weeks after his 17th birthday, Gainesville native Keith Clark became a quadriplegic.
With Christmas two days away, few people are yet thinking about what to do with their tree after the holidays are over.
National Geographic's reality TV show "Doomsday Preppers" depicts people obsessed with the end of the world and spend a lot of money and time preparing for it. Bomb shelters, years worth of food stores, hidden caches of weapons and armored vehicles make regular appearances on the show.
Few things set the Christmas mood better than the clip-clop of horses' hooves on pavement as it draws a carriage packed with sightseers around a town square decked in lights.
This Christmas season, take a journey to Bethlehem without ever leaving Gainesville, or your car.
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.
It's been nearly a year since St. Francis of Assisi Anglican Catholic Church on Thompson Bridge Road in Gainesville first opened its own doors after worshipping in borrowed locations for years.
My neighborhood has seen an increase in dumpster diving. Is there a city or county ordinance that prohibits the practice and makes it punishable if caught?
Correctly installing a child car seat can be a confusing task. Complicated tether systems, adjustable parts and convertible booster seats are sometimes difficult to understand and often lead to misuse, which can put children in danger.
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