Wisconsin native Tim Fons missed the birth of his first child to attend a Green Bay Packers game.
Timothy Jones can't really see the 2,297 pipes that make up the massive organ in the sanctuary of the First Presbyterian Church.
Long after the doors are locked and the last books have been checked out, someone, or something, is hanging out at the Gainesville branch of the Hall County Library System.
Lori Koser, 51, has trouble sleeping. But that's not her fault; it's her husband's. Mark Koser, 54, often wakes up in the middle of the night. He snores and doesn't sleep well, and this affects his wife's quality of sleep as well. "I have this person, she's my wife, and she's noticed through the last several years that I keep her up at night," Koser said. "I'm always turning him over on his side - ...
A diverse crowd gathered at the courtyard by Cornelia's famous Big Red Apple and prepared for the city's annual Peace Walk on Sunday.
Historic Downtown Gainesville is emerging from its cold, white blanket. Though mounds of old snow resembling clumped salt and pepper remained along the curbs and sidewalks Saturday, in the square, the snow slowly relinquished the park to the sun and brown patches of grass started to reappear. Sitting on one of the park benches, Richard Smith, 51, of Gainesville, strummed his guitar and sang a few gospel tunes. "I figured today the sun was going ...
It's always been sweet to live in the South. At the Northeast Georgia History Center's Family Day event, "A Sweet Story," visitors got to make and sample sweet treats the old-fashioned way and learn a little bit of history, too.
A cool, rainy day in January is not the ideal time to take a dive into Lake Lanier, you would think.
Saturday's gift of a white Christmas slowed down post-holiday shopping at some Gainesville retailers Sunday morning.
Looks like that old tradition of getting a real, live Christmas tree is, well, alive and well. It's been a good year for area farms in the evergreen business.
If you ever wondered whether you should get a fake tree instead of a real one, the Enota Multiple Intelligences Academy Show Choir can help you come to a decision.
It was almost time for the Christmas on Green Street parade Sunday, and Boy Scouts Troop 219 of Gillsville walked up Green Street, putting lighters into little white bags to light the tea lights inside.
Which would you rather do? Watch a parade or be in one? For the Phillips family of Flowery Branch, the answer is obvious. Heather and Justin Phillips brought their son, Braley, 6, and his bike to participate in first annual Jingle Bell Roll 'n' Stroll children's Christmas parade Saturday in downtown Flowery Branch. "He loves biking, so we knew he would enjoy this," Heather said. "So we decorated it this morning." Braley was quick to ...
Oakwood's Community Christmas Celebration put a lot of holiday spirit into one event - music, lights, Santa on a firetruck, tables of crafts, plus marshmallows and hot chocolate.