Floral fads may ebb and flow, but the rose's appeal remains constant, well beyond a Valentine's Day vaseful.
There are a lot of free activities parents and teens can do together for two hours.
Kevin Candelario Arita grew up around coffee as a child in the mountain village of Mar Azul, Honduras.
On Feb. 3, Gainesville will get a visit from some very important African ambassadors. The Watoto Children's choir will perform "Beautiful Africa: A New Generation" at The Highlands Church on Cleveland Highway.
While we may not be waking up to several inches of snow this morning, we are likely dealing with the slippery aftermath of a wintry mix.
It seems that just about everyone I know has been eating soup. And I am pretty certain it's not because it's National Soup Month. Whether it's your grandma's chicken noodle or not, soup is comforting.
The next time you drive down Bradford Street in Gainesville, or take a stroll around the square, look down.
Lying on the ground in the northernmost part of the Rocky Mountains, Jay Kemp found what he was looking for.
Several Gainesville churches are preaching a message of peace. That is, financial peace.
Most elementary students don't have to think about where they'll get water to drink; it's down the hall and comes out of the fountain.
At 90 years old, Frank Downing's class of peers is a small one.
Cassidy Elliott paused for a moment, took a deep breath and stood motionless as her muscles trembled. A tiny bead of sweat formed on her forehead. She only had one thing on her mind.
Yes, it's possible to make smart dining out choices.
Cooking with farm fresh ingredients isn't exactly a new idea. People have doing it for centuries.
Pete Smith was born near the intersection of what are now Barrett and Dorsey Peek roads in 1924. On Friday, he celebrated his 90th birthday only 3 miles away at the same place he has worked for the past two decades, the Hall County compactor site on Poplar Springs Road.
When most people hear the phrase "guns in school," they think of tragedies such as school shootings and gang violence. But for several local high schoolers, the phrase means competition, responsibility and camaraderie.
Nathaniel Shelton has a knack for helping young people find their talents.
Growing up in the United Methodist church, Nancy Page always knew about Lent but rarely observed the reflective Christian season. Her sister, on the other hand, always participated in a unique way.
The artists stooped, stretched and sat along the wall as they carefully mixed paint colors and filled in details of a Venetian canal.
Many faithful Catholics find eating fish is good for the soul as well as the body.
Kathy and Hugh Bond got an unexpected call from their bank in November. It appears while the couple was spending time in Atlanta, Hugh Bond's debit card made a purchase in Fredericksburg, Va.
The inaugural Hall County Regional Technology Fair was a success with 41 students from three schools competing in 10 select categories.
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.
Many a prayer has been offered up under the brilliance of stadium lights on Friday nights.
Pearl Wilson of Alto said she gets excited this time of year because she knows Edgeworthia is blooming.
Sometimes superficial things like having a good hair day or a great outfit can make people feel more hopeful.
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