Editor's note: This is the third of a four-part series chronicling a trip Bill Rezak made across the U.S. on a motorcycle.
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, where ever-present swatches of pink, seen everywhere from suit lapels to pro football uniforms, serve as a reminder of the disease.
The Chattahoochee Baptist Association is proving there really is power in numbers.
In case you haven't paid much attention to the displays outside most grocery stores and many other retail outlets, it's pumpkin season.
Since cloning miniature versions of their Holsteins wasn't an option, Scott and Jennifer Glover found another way to get milk with that fresh "squeezed" taste to their customers all over Hall County.
Most people can agree that bugs have their place - outside and away from food. But on Friday, some North Hall Middle School students munched on insects like they were popcorn. "They didn't really have a lot of taste," said Sean Taylor, after trying sour cream and onion-flavored crickets. "They were just really, really crunchy." As a treat for completing their entomology unit, directed studies instructor Kathy Mellette brought in packages of crickets and worms ...
During the summer, visitors flock to North Georgia to splash about in Lake Lanier. But come fall, it's all about the leaves. With October arriving, the fall color in the mountains will begin to appear over the next several weeks. Temperature, light and water availability all impact the brilliance - and time frame - of the changes. Elevation also plays a role. According to the United States Department of Agriculture's Forest Service, "Whenever the color ...
Editor's note: This is the second of a four-part series chronicling a trip Bill Rezak made across the U.S. on a motorcycle.
The members of Revolution Church aren't concerned with keeping up traditional appearances.
Outdoor gardening may not be your thing, but that doesn't mean you can't have a lush oasis of greenery inside your home.
Generally, a tortilla chip is just a means for transporting tasty dips and other toppings to your mouth.
Many students struggle to make a name for themselves right after graduating from college, but not Marlow Larson.
Editor's note: This is the first of a four-part series chronicling a trip Bill Rezak made across the U.S. on a motorcycle.
Painting and drawing come as naturally to Abraham G. Egziaber as swimming to a fish.
By eight o'clock Saturday morning, Bill and Latrelle Thomas had already sold all of their beets.
One Saturday night a month, the old gym behind the Sautee-Nacoochee Center in White County comes alive with the sound of mountain music and swirling of dancers following a contra dance caller. Contra dancing is a blend of folk and square dancing and is practiced all across the country.
When Harry Scroggs was serving his country in the U.S. Army during World War II, he saw trucks loaded with fallen soldiers who paid the price of freedom with their lives as they were shipped home from the battlefield.
Aaron Turpin could only watch as his team of fourth- and fifth-graders from World Language Academy tried to turn on a waterwheel.
Erica Granger expected to see a different way of life when she went on a mission trip to Uganda. But she didn't expect the trip to change her view of her life after returning home.
From the road, Jim and Mary Beth Tharp's home is a pleasant sight with a green, manicured lawn and garden. A small sign by the road hints more artistry may be involved than one would notice on first glance.
After spending nearly a century in the mountains near Canton, one moonshiner is preparing his last batch in Dawsonville.
Two hundred years ago this summer, Maj. George Armistead commissioned a flag maker by the name of Mary Young Pickersgill in Baltimore, Md., to sew two flags for Fort McHenry at Baltimore Harbor. One of them would be 30 feet by 42 feet, large enough the British could see it from a long distance across the water as it loomed over the star-shaped fort.
On the surface, an old cornfield in North Hall County is just another place to grow feed for livestock. But 2 feet under ground, it's a 1,500-year-old time capsule.
Sister Tara Reese, 20, and her companion, Sister Britteny Breinholt, 19, ride their bicycles six miles each day around the neighborhoods in the Oakwood area attempting to share the gospel with people they meet.
A month from now, don't say I didn't warn you.
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