What does a mountain town in eastern Japan, a city in northern Hungary known for its wine and historic castle and the city of Gainesville have in common?
When the blurry image on the screen sharpened to reveal a mother penguin sitting on her nest, the kindergartners couldn't contain their excitement.
Shaw Carter never knew the person who gave him his heart, and it's likely he will never even learn his name. But without his newly donated heart, Shaw Carter would continue to struggle with a host of alarming symptoms that could lead to his death.
Winder firefighter Josh Kemerling looked at the idea of being a bone marrow donor as not too different from what he does during his day job.
In the north corner of the west lobby of Chestnut Mountain Church in Flowery Branch is an unexpected sight: a small heated swimming pool.
When Sherry Carson looks out into the courtyard from her room she likes to let her imagination wander.
It's a familiar kitchen economy strategy: Roast a chicken (or buy a rotisserie bird at the supermarket), then turn it into three meals.
It was a couple of years before Mama just up and died, without warning and when we least expected it, that I was visiting her one day.
When David Yenerall asks the group of adults sitting in the Elachee Nature Center if they have any questions, hands immediately shoot into the air.
Emily Taylor arrived 45 minutes early to her first day as an intern on the set of the hit Broadway play "Wicked."
Samantha DeLong, a Gainesville advocate for Marfan Syndrome awareness, died suddenly Wednesday.
Merrianne Dyer sat down in the chair in her office recently and said she'd been teased about serving in almost every role within the Gainesville City School System.
Lucy perked up her ears at the sound of her name and her tail began to pick up pace as it whipped back and forth.
SEATTLE - Throughout their married life, Greg and Renee Wood have always been the ones who take care of other people.
Esther Safford dug through a small box of broken glass in her studio at Lanier Village Estates looking for pieces she could use in her art.
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Republicans and Democrats were swamped by mermaids last week at the Georgia State Capitol for a singular cause: to bring awareness about plastic pollution and ...
At the front of the classroom stood a small boy with dark brown skin, close-cropped hair and a wide green belt. He stood out in ...
No matter how her day is going, Connie Derham always leaves Randy and Friends with a smile.
Editor's note: This series introduces one minister from a faith-based organization in the community each month.
Some people, like Mike Saunders and his wife, Rosalie Jensen, become birders while exploring the great outdoors and wanting the knowledge to identify the feathered ...
As each new year comes and goes, a host of resolutions are made, pursued and then eventually discarded under the weight of daily life. Yet ...
Kevin Wieting said he knew Jancie Hatcher was special early in the relationship.
Alvin Bagwell has wanted to help others since childhood.
Javier Chavez came to the United States for one purpose: to study social sciences and religion at Lee University in the mid-1990s and become a ...
When Javier Chavez came to the United States to pursue a college education in 1995, the then-18-year-old never dreamed he'd become a pastor.
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