With the seasons changing, it's time to think about fall gardening plans. And fall is the best time to plant, Hall County Master Gardener Meg Pate said.
In Hall County's large and ever-growing Hispanic population are people in need of a place to worship.
Creating your own birdbath from scratch can be as simple or as hard as you make it out to be.
Labor Day is this weekend and that could mean celebrating with friends and family - and for many that's cause to cook out.
Lillypad the kangaroo has had a rough life so far.
Skylar and Aliyanah Rogers are two tough girls.
A large plot of land on J M Turk Road in Flowery Branch was once covered by a forest, but has been cleared away in the last year to make room for a new Jehovah's Witnesses' Kingdom Hall.
Frank Reddy always dreamed of having a novel published, but he believed it was a "pipe dream."
Every year, John Hulsey and his trainer, Walt Erwin, load up their quarter horses and head to the biggest horse show competitions in the Southeast. Both men have won countless times.
Being in the middle of the Bible belt means Christian churches of all denominations can be found on every corner of the city or on the outskirts of the rural county.
Master Gardener Kathy Lovett feels it's "imperative to teach our children to love the natural world that we share."
Kerri Prince, 35, has been cooking ever since she can remember. Her Italian family was "always in the kitchen," she said. So she naturally gravitated to that room in her home.
Rachel Lauria was an aspiring dancer who moved to New York City to follow her dreams in 2012, but upon arrival in the big city her path changed.
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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.
When officials at the Northeast Georgia History Center in Gainesville asked David Cook to become its videographer, he knew he couldn't say no.
Greg Crumley used to construct houses. Now he constructs wines, very good wines.
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