When local beekeeper Bob Bradbury surveyed his beehives last March in preparation for spring, he found a big surprise. About 80 percent of his hives were empty.
Grammy award-winning comedy and Western group Riders in the Sky will perform at the Historic Holly Theatre in Dahlonega this Saturday.
A new sport is sweeping across senior communities and public gyms in North Georgia. The game pickleball, akin to tennis and badminton, frequently attracts seniors because of its smaller courts and greater accessibility.
It's time to hang up on the 678, 706, 770 and 404 telephone area codes.
New Holland United Methodist Church in Gainesville, which opened at the turn of the 20th century, will hold its final worship service Sunday.
More than 50 years ago, country music singer-songwriter Bill Anderson sat on top of a hotel roof in Commerce with his guitar on a clear August night when he wrote the song "City Lights" in pencil on the back of an envelope from the radio station where he worked.
Christmas may be more than a month away, but Santa is coming to the Gainesville square for the annual Jingle Mingle.
Six decades ago, 9-year-old Charles Alphin grabbed his bicycle and pedaled to the north side of St. Louis to cool off in a public swimming pool.
On most weekdays, Johnny Wilson arrives at Hall County Transit at 5:45 a.m., before the sun has even risen, to check the fluid levels, tire pressure and light functions of his bus in preparation for his 8-hour shift.
North Georgia is home to another esteemed military school, only it's for college-age men and women.
Veterans Day is a day of celebration and remembrance for those who have fought for our country. But the young men and women of our local military schools, many of whom aspire to continue the tradition of this holiday by formally serving in uniform, are often overlooked.
Over two years ago, much of the 136-year-old Harmony Hall Baptist Church went up in flames during an electrical fire. Afterward, the distraught congregation vowed to rebuild, and now they are fulfilling their promise.
Brad Sherwood and Colin Mochrie, famed improv comedians from the Emmy-nominated show "Whose Line is it Anyway?," will perform at 8 p.m. today at The Classic Center Theatre in Athens.
Food stamp recipients are seeing their benefits reduced this month due to an end in federal stimulus funding.
Bullying has been a problem for young students for years, but the rise of cyberbullying, where harassers take to the Internet to pursue their victims during after-school hours, has increased the impact for victims.
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.
Community leaders, school alumni, parents and hundreds of students attended the replacement planting of the historic oak tree Friday in front of Fair Street School in Gainesville.
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