Whatever Savannah Burns attempts, she excels at.
Good times can be good causes, too.
DAHLONEGA - To say that there is music on every corner of the annual Bear on the Square Mountain Festival this weekend is not correct - it's way more than that.
Jonathan Mixon is a storm-chaser in the making.
With the danger of frost over, it's finally safe to trade in those winter gloves for the gardening ones.
A panel at North Georgia College & State University allowed around 100 audience members the opportunity to gain a deeper understanding Monday night of what's really going on in the Middle East, which is different from country to country.
Karla Wagner lives in Marietta, but wearing a cowboy hat, chaps and double gun holster, she looks like she came straight from the Wild, Wild West.
The annual Trillium Trek isn't your ordinary hike in the woods.
It's Friday afternoon at Mount Vernon Elementary in North Hall.
Rebekah Langhoff, 11, lines up yellow and green "bling" beads in one hand, while her mother, Wendy Pittman, fingers blue and pink cracked glass beads inside a plastic organizer. Together the two are meticulously planning the color scheme of a beaded lanyard.
It's no coincidence that Paso Fino horses are known for their "fine step" - it's the translation of their name.
Joy The Clown, a lifelong entertainer, died Tuesday of natural causes.
Army Spc. Michael Walker returned from deployment in Afghanistan a year ago, yet he's just now getting his homecoming.