Lanier Hills Church is settling into its newly purchased home off of Mount Vernon Road, after almost two years of extensive repairs and renovations. Now, the Sunday services have breathed new life into the previously unoccupied building.
The multiple award-winning Mountain Music and Medicine Show will host its final show Saturday after a 12-year run at the Historic Holly Theatre in Dahlonega.
Hot rods, muscle cars, trucks, antique and race cars will roll into Hall County for the fourth annual Oakwood Secret Santa Car Show on Saturday at Hayes Chrysler off of Frontage Road.
Main Street Gainesville's semiannual Blue Skies Concert series starts this Wednesday with a show by local soul and jazz singer Monica Spears.
Dick's Sporting Goods is bringing 65 job openings and may help revitalize Lakeshore Mall as the national chain opens Friday in the Gainesville shopping center.
Composting is a popular tool used by many gardeners to improve soil integrity and the quality and quantity of their plants.
The annual event created to showcase downtown Clarkesville's merchants will hit its fourth anniversary as A Taste of Clarkesville takes place Saturday on the square.
Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, students gather for a 10 a.m. history class at the University of North Georgia's Dahlonega campus. Here, students learn about the rise and fall of world civilizations and relive pivotal moments in history. Some write fervently, taking notes on everything that is said, while others yawn and stare at the whiteboard with a blank expression.
Music filled the late summer air Friday night at the John Jarrard Songwriter Festival on the Gainesville downtown square.
If you have ever been fascinated by ballroom dancing but unsure of where to begin, a local duo might have the answer.
Hot-button issues from gun control and presidential powers to National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden were topics Monday at the University of North Georgia's Politically Incorrect Club's "Constitution Day."
The Gainesville City school system is having problems with its janitorial services.
The Gainesville branch of the Salvation Army, in conjunction with The Wisdom Project, have announced the start of their Day Services Program.
Oakwood and Hall County government officials and business leaders, both local and international, held a ribbon-cutting ceremony opening Atlanta Biologicals' new 36,000-square-foot facility Friday morning.
More than 70 teams rowing 40-foot-long boats resembling Chinese folklore monsters will compete in the Hong Kong Association of Atlanta's 18th annual Atlanta Dragon Boat Festival this weekend.