They may be smaller in stature, but dairy goats are muscling in on cow territory.
While working to build trails in Northeast Georgia, a group of area hikers stumbled down a path that would lead them on a historical scavenger hunt across the country.
Fiddleheads in finals for "America's Got Talent!" competition
Although he was a lawyer by trade, Michael "Mickey" Neidenbach was born to be a performer. "Mickey loved the process of acting, of studying the character and becoming the character," Beth Neidenbach said about her husband. "When he had any part, he would read and study the script and figure out what motivated that character to say those certain lines and ...
If you travel down Level Grove Road in Habersham County, it's hard to miss the Cornelia Home Grown Harvest community garden.
Name a card. Any card. And chances are Ed Levine has it.
He may not be able to spell Declaration of Independence, but Kade Morgan enjoys a good Fourth of July celebration all the same.
Although Frank Downing sees his own Purple Heart hanging on the wall every day, somehow one at the Veterans Affairs clinic in Oakwood still managed to catch his eye.
The Bible is most often associated with guidance for the spiritual being, but many Christians say it also gives direction for one's physical being.
For Nathan and Jennifer Phillips of Jefferson, life is blooming with activity for their family business, The Yellow Petal.
If you're the designated host for your family's Fourth of July celebration, there's no reason to lose any sleep over the menu.
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources has taken a firm grasp on modern technology to help visitors get a new perspective of state parks and historic sites.
They may only be high school students, but Alexandra Smith and Patrick Kelley recently had the opportunity to rub elbows with the upper echelons of government.
If you want to get an idea of how times have changed, take a trip to your local cemetery.
The Soque River Watershed Association in Clarkesvillle and the Habitat for Humanity ReStores in Clarkesville and Clayton are teaming up again to turn recycled Coca-Cola barrels into rainbarrels for water conservation efforts.
It doesn't matter how skilled - or not - your kids are in the kitchen. This easy, fruity mousse parfait is a great Mother's Day project they can help with.
Quiche has a reputation as a complicated dish. And I'm not sure why.
The Northeast Georgia Locally Grown online farmers market will kick off the beginning of its fourth season selling local and sustainably grown foods from all across North Georgia at 9 p.m. Friday, May 10.
Former Gainesville resident Rick Saint always wanted to travel the world. When the opportunity arose to teach in Korea, Saint took it.
A day before his 22nd birthday, Matthew Kiel got an early and unexpected birthday present - a nomination for his stop-motion movie in the 40th annual Student Academy Awards.