Brett Parks lay in the street, a bullet in his abdomen, and prayed.
Leaving the nest can be a difficult process for parents and their baby birds.
Yep, we're in the dog days of summer. Soon, however, we'll be in the Dawg Days of fall and all will be well with the world.
Joseph Leiser is part of a pretty elite club.
More than 70 years ago, soldiers arrived at Camp Toccoa in the Northeast Georgia mountains near the South Carolina border to train to become paratroopers for World War II.
Making new friends in a new town can be tough, but the Rev. Geoffrey Grubbs has made it a mission.
Atlanta Highway Seafood Market has been known to draw quite a crowd with its Cajun- and Asian-inspired dishes.
"Cancer doesn't have to be a death sentence."
When Keith Guernsey met his wife, Susan, his life changed.
While Sam Marley may be relatively new to First Presbyterian Church in Gainesville, he's not new to the choral music scene.
Standing in George Roshau's garden, a steady sound of birds can be heard happily chirping.
Is there anything better than a light, refreshing salad or a sweet, tropical juice on a hot summer day?
Car crashes can be a blessing in disguise. At least, it was for Abigail Rodriguez.
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Mary Bagwell believes having a positive outlook will take you a long way in life. And as a Christian woman, she knows God is in ...
The Rev. Walter James Whelchel and his wife, Rhonda, were the first couple married at the current altar of Hickory Grove Christian Methodist Episcopal Church ...
When you want the best of the best, Diane Toth said to call cakemaster Natalie Bryn.
Just about two years ago, Guy Michaels thought his world would be turned upside down on Sept. 22, 2014, when his father died.
EDITOR'S NOTE: National Geographic fellow Dan Buettner visited Gainesville in April to share his nine "Blue Zone Power Approaches" to living a longer life ...
At 12Stone Church, it's all about the individual.
The rack of New Zealand lamb at Clarkesville's Glen-Ella Springs Inn has kept people coming back for years.
Many people know the old idiom: One man's trash is another man's treasure. But Dave Bogle has a different twist on the saying.
Greg Crumley used to construct houses. Now he constructs wines, very good wines.
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