If there ever was a botanical workhorse, the daylily just might be it. According to the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, daylilies can be used for a number of visually appealing and practical purposes. Aesthetically, daylilies can be used to provide a burst of seasonal color, break up harsh fence lines and to fill in the gaps between smaller plants. Practically speaking, the UGA department says that the flowers can also ...
When it comes to barbecue sauce, these days there's something on the market to satisfy even the most discriminating tastebuds.
On Saturday, amid the bright red roses and flowing white gowns, a tide of emotion flowed among Brenau Academy graduates, old and new.
Many parents warn their children of the ills of drug use, but Sandy Howington-Graham wasn't content with just steering her own kids away from drugs.
The Atlanta Falcons aren't the only world-class athletes who make their home in Flowery Branch; so does Terri Everline's dog, Tag.
While the leadership of Riverbend Baptist Church takes all of the Bible's teachings to heart, they are especially mindful of the scriptures that call followers to the mission field.
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.
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.