Amber Highfield isn't your average dental hygienist.
Don't worry, Virginia. There will be a Christmas. At least, according to the Houston Museum of Natural Science.
Last summer, Vickie and Rich White decided it was time for a change. Their 20-year-old kitchen was in need of some updating.
If you start roasting a 14-pound turkey at 375 F at 7 a.m. and need to feed 15 people - including three vegetarians, a vegan and two gluten intolerants - by 1 p.m., how many pounds of cranberries do you need if the stuffing is baked outside the bird and the pumpkin pie is cut into 11.75 equal wedges?
Earlier this month, I took my 2-year-old son shopping for a Halloween costume.
Second-grader Sarah Morris was a little girl with a big idea for her school.
First thing every morning, Anne Abbott Gray opens the newspaper to check her horoscope.
I have noticed a lot of spider webs hanging from everything imaginable as of late.
Take everything you love about pie - that rich, flaky crust cradling your favorite filling - and downsize it into a compact package. Behold the little wonder that is the hand pie. Convenient, simple and, dare I say it - terribly cute - it's pie's answer to the cupcake, without the fussy decorations.
Indeed, Cindy Williams had to really think about whether or not she had ever "set foot" in the state of Georgia before this week.
When you're walking in your purpose, things just have a way of falling into place effortlessly.
Angela and Jordan Crossland are full-time parents. In fact, it's basically their job description.
This time of year, I would venture to say that most everyone has purchased a decorative pot of mums and a colorful pumpkin to adorn their front doorway stoops or other visible places.
Party food is supposed to be easy. You are, after all, having a party to have a good time, right?
Neil Gaines was a college graduate looking forward to beginning his career when an odd-shaped mole on his back changed everything.
Talking about sexual health and sexually transmitted diseases is never an easy task, even with a medical professional. However, the need for the conversation is crucial, especially in Georgia.
One day in the 1990s, a nurse at a Georgia hospital saw a mother leaving with her baby. Instead of the newborn wearing a hat and onesie and wrapped in a blanket for the journey home, the child was covered with a towel.
Prayer is the act of Christians talking or petitioning God regarding their hopes, dreams, struggles and frustrations.
Two years ago, Jeannie Copeland needed a change of pace from her job as a massage therapist. Since she had an interest in health food, and her husband, Brett, had a background in cooking, the pair decided to combine their skills into one pursuit.
As a 3-year-old boy, Kevin McIntyre toddled into the Adams Barber Shop with his father for his very first haircut.
At first glance, a man sitting at a round table by himself eating chips and salsa in the writing center appears to be your average college student. But on closer inspection, Woody Depew is anything but your average 20-something college kid. In fact, Depew has his own kid who is old enough to attend college as well.
While the Civil War divided the United States into North and South, the music from the era seemed to bond the two sides.
Food, to most people, is a nourishing meal, a way to celebrate with loved ones or a method of creativity.
Nestled just below the mountains in Habersham County, a store is filled literally from top to bottom with antiques and art from local artists.
Many people believe natural and traditional medicine must be mutually exclusive forms of treatment for ailments and sicknesses. However, doctors in North Georgia and specialists in natural forms of medicine are looking to bridge the gap between the two distinct styles of healing.
Born as one of 13 children, Joan Praet was no stranger to discipline growing up. Her experiences as a child fueled her dream of being a nurse, her desire to join the military and her ability to adapt to changing situations and raising four children of her own.
For six generations, the Whitaker family has been members of St. Paul United Methodist Church in downtown Gainesville.