In 1971, before she was Georgia's first lady that champions statewide causes, Sandra Deal's focus was centered on Hall County.
This morning, alarm clocks all over Hall County signaled the official end of summer vacation and the beginning of a new academic year.
A bit of curiosity years ago led Don Pirkle to a life-changing experience.
In a world where varying doctrines can push followers of different religions apart, Scott Lindquist is hoping that spirituality can be the great uniter.
These days, more and more people aren't satisfied with just hanging mass produced pieces of art on their walls. A growing number of shoppers are seeking original art for their homes, says interior designer Robert Novogratz.
So you've canned, dried, frozen and given away as much as you could from the summer garden, but you still have veggies on the vine.
PLANO, Texas - Sure, they still learn to take a graceful bow while wearing elegant white dresses and tiaras, but some debutantes are also taking in the finer points of car repair, nutrition and self-defense. "It's not just all about being pretty," said 17-year-old Sloane Towery as a stylist fixed her hair for her formal portrait. "I've learned about etiquette, and how to ...
When Sabrina Mitchell was growing up in North Carolina, there were two things that were guaranteed to happen on Sundays, no matter what.
In 1830, a group of 10 men donated $1 each for the purchase of 40 acres of land that would become Lumpkin Campground in Dawson County.
If the thought of harvesting the last of your summer crops has you going through gardening withdrawal, there's no reason to fret.
Just because summer is dwindling away, that doesn't mean your enjoyment of its produce has to fade during the rest of the year.
A group of South Hall residents are women on a mission.
Janelle Wilson developed a love for outer space at a young age, so it's no surprise she was thrilled to attend a space academy program last month at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville, Ala.
At the Limestone Heritage Nursing Home in Gainesville, the number 103 has special significance.
The heavens, earth and sea have come together in one large community art project at a local church.
When local beekeeper Bob Bradbury surveyed his beehives last March in preparation for spring, he found a big surprise. About 80 percent of his hives were empty.