The journey of 3,200 miles begins with a single yard sale.
Myriam Shuler is bringing a taste of France to Gainesville with signature recipes straight from Nice to local farmers markets.
When Don Wildsmith became Winder's first cultural arts director in 2007 to manage its new theatre, he didn't really know if either he, or the theatre, would still be moving forward a few years later.
Many television actors can't say they won an award during a four-year career, much less a Daytime Emmy. Georgia native Chandler Massey, however, can say he won three.
Circulation isn't just a matter of the heart.
Dan and Mary Clark of Gainesville celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on June 13, 2014.
At 22, Rebekah Diaddigo is working to change the world through her artistic passion, dance.
Every Tuesday, Louis Gibbs begins his shift at the hospital by scrubbing his hands with the intensity of a surgeon.
Jesus was a carpenter. His disciples were fishermen. Even Moses made a living as a shepherd.
Lying on their backs on the grass and admiring the large trees in the garden, area children tried to imagine a world without the shading greenery.
With his wife's contractions coming every three minutes in the car on the way to the hospital, Bradley Blazek had to stop - for pie.
Every dog has its day, but only some spend that day at work.
In a world full of "get thin quick" schemes and extreme weight-loss programs, a course offered through Forsyth County Extension Office is aiming to promote healthy living and reasonable weight management.
There is a rather large and disturbing truth in Georgia which is hard to talk about, but we must start the conversation.
The sun will come out tomorrow. Annie told me that in a song, but given how the past few months of alleged "spring" have gone, I began to doubt.
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Making new friends in a new town can be tough, but the Rev. Geoffrey Grubbs has made it a mission.
Atlanta Highway Seafood Market has been known to draw quite a crowd with its Cajun- and Asian-inspired dishes.
"Cancer doesn't have to be a death sentence."
When Keith Guernsey met his wife, Susan, his life changed.
While Sam Marley may be relatively new to First Presbyterian Church in Gainesville, he's not new to the choral music scene.
Standing in George Roshau's garden, a steady sound of birds can be heard happily chirping.
Is there anything better than a light, refreshing salad or a sweet, tropical juice on a hot summer day?
Car crashes can be a blessing in disguise. At least, it was for Abigail Rodriguez.
Taking in the beauty of God's creations is easy to do while cruising the calm waters of Lake Lanier early on a peaceful Sunday.
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