When it comes to landscaping your property, the city of Gainesville has discovered that trees and shrubs can do more than look pretty. They also can be edible.
A gentle rumbling in the food world has finally reached an undeniable roar. Cornbread with or without sugar, that is the official question.
Some people have more to hide in their refrigerators than in their closets. In the spirit of spring cleaning, we're encouraging you to get over it.
Shiny wheels, bright tassels, a basket or a bell.
Pretty soon, Issac "I.B." Hopkins will have accomplished something that some people twice his age have only dreamed about.
For many Southerners, not just soldiers, the closing days of the Civil War were terrifying, with the Union army marching their way.
Sallee Wade is a wild woman. And for her, that is a good thing.
Girl Scout Troop 10815 members are more than willing to do what they have to do to earn their merit badges, even if it means rolling up their sleeves and getting their hands dirty.
For the average kid, a meal consisting of chicken fingers, pizza and cupcakes would probably be nothing short of perfect.
Holding up a Flowering Almond shrub, Montine Howell told members of the Cumming Garden Club that the plant has quite a history.
Nurses and mothers have a lot in common. When someone around them feels under the weather, they do their best to make things right. And when a brow is furrowed with worry, they both know just the right thing to say to ease doubt. For June Fletcher, the lines between nurse and mother are often blurred. For the last 38 years, she has been a nurse in the emergency room at Northeast Georgia Medical Center. ...
The Château Élan organic garden is a far cry from what it used to be - a clay tennis court.
May Day festivities traditionally have celebrated the beauty of spring blossoms, but for members of the Fair Street community, it's about celebrating the living and breathing beauties among them.
With just a click of a button on your computer's mouse, you could help turn empty acreage into a thriving orchard.
Avery Elrod is a petite little blue-eyed girl with an infectious smile who loves to dress up and see the reflection in the mirror.
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.
While cleaning out her files of old papers, Deborah Abercrombie noticed an envelope for an egg cooking contest she participated in almost 30 years earlier.
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