For years, Scott Cagle has been listening to his wife, Jennifer Cagle, sing in the choir and gospel music groups and wondering if other people would like her voice as much as he does.
While most 16-year-old's slept late and did as they pleased this summer, Shanicka Stephens and her friends were growing and getting their hands dirty, literally.
A few local farmers are working to harvest children's natural curiosity and help them learn more about fresh, local produce.
Eating a good meal at an affordable price, sipping good wine and dancing to the tunes of yesteryear with the one you love. This combination transported the men and women attending the 50 Plus Dancing Diners event back in time.
Horse riding expertise is part of Courtney Woodard's DNA, literally.
Music drifted through the hallways of First Presbyterian Church this week as nearly 70 elementary school students learned a few instrument fundamentals.
Dennis and Mildred Carpenter's backyard is a veritable buffet just waiting to be picked and eaten.
Daryl Rosenbaum has traveled to some of the most desired vacation spots in the world, but none compare to one of Dawson County's most precious gems.
For almost a century, Carl Lawson has watched and had a hand in the changing landscape of the Gainesville community.
While trying to break a world record Saturday morning, 75 local volunteers did something much better than securing their place in Guiness.
The shady, sloping walkway from Ron and Becky Brechter's house to their backyard is lined with flowering plants and green foliage. After passing a wooden fence, the path opens into a sun-lit field of hundreds of daylilies.
When most people think of American foods, they picture apple pies cooling on window sills and hamburgers and hot dogs cooking on the grill.
Somehow I ran across an out-of-print book called "The Last Lap." It is 15 years old but tells an intriguing, timeless tale of the early days of America's first stock car racers.
You can tell a lot about a person by the clothes they wear. But you may not realize how much the clothes are revealing about the world and the times that person lives in.
Doris Lindsey's vacation didn't exactly get off to the ideal start.
Getting to know other church members during a Sunday service can be difficult because of the number of people and small amount of time one has for conversation.
During a day when ice covered most of Forsyth County, 10 out of 12 enrolled children showed up at the Forsyth County Library for the fourth session of Master Gardener Sprouts to learn about planting vegetables.
I'm sure you've heard the expression "variety is the spice of life."
The sweetest season is upon Northeast Georgia as Girl Scout cookie sales are in full swing, and the girls are preparing to celebrate the iconic Samoa's 40th birthday.
Providing North Georgia with an old-fangled service for more than 40 years, Eddie Tatum works long hours to repair shoes, purses, gloves and other leather products at the Red Shoe House.
Other shoe repair shops in Gainesville include Country Cobbler II, which offers repairs on shoes, handbags and jackets.
Chris Thomas knew Honduras was an impoverished, crime-stricken country when he first ventured there nine years ago.
Sometimes things just fall right into place. And no one knows that statement rings more true than Lauren Youngblood.
On a walk down Edelweiss or Munich Strassen, you'll find cobblestone alleys lined with brightly painted Bavarian shops. Only, this charming German town is not actually in Germany. It's Helen, nestled away in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Northeast Georgia.
Within every seed is life, but to get that life to sprout has some garden hobbyists on edge.
Lots of people love their slow cookers. Just as many folks don't. We tend to be in the latter group. Not because we don't appreciate the dump-and-go convenience. And we certainly enjoy being greeted at the end of the day by delicious smells before we've even taken off our coats.
For Jimmy Kemp, Whelchel Barbershop is more than a place for a haircut.
No one wants to think about the day his or her mobility will no longer be what it once was.
When Lorena Collins accepted a friend's invitation five decades ago, she had no idea what she was getting into.
When more than 2 billion Christians around the world begin observing Lent next week, they will do so in a variety of ways.
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