Although Frank Downing sees his own Purple Heart hanging on the wall every day, somehow one at the Veterans Affairs clinic in Oakwood still managed to catch his eye.
The Bible is most often associated with guidance for the spiritual being, but many Christians say it also gives direction for one's physical being.
For Nathan and Jennifer Phillips of Jefferson, life is blooming with activity for their family business, The Yellow Petal.
If you're the designated host for your family's Fourth of July celebration, there's no reason to lose any sleep over the menu.
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources has taken a firm grasp on modern technology to help visitors get a new perspective of state parks and historic sites.
They may only be high school students, but Alexandra Smith and Patrick Kelley recently had the opportunity to rub elbows with the upper echelons of government.
If you want to get an idea of how times have changed, take a trip to your local cemetery.
Nacoochee Presbyterian Church, just off Ga. 255 in the center of the White County community of Sautee, was originally founded in 1870 by Capt. James Nichols. Nichols moved his from family Milledgeville to the Sautee area after the Civil War.
These days, bamboo is more than just a food source for pandas. Since it grows so quickly, bamboo has become a go-to plant for individuals seeking a natural privacy screen. "In ideal conditions, there's been bamboo recorded to grow 39 inches a day," said Ted Meredith, author of "Bamboo for Gardens." "I had a bamboo I measured grow 13 inches in one day. That's pretty neat. You can almost watch it grow." According to researchers ...
Summertime is officially here and that's the prime season for backyard barbecues. Despite the oppressive heat, many folks look forward to warmer weather because it means picnic tables will be overflowing with goodies like potato salad, juicy burgers and sweet treats. But though they're delicious, they may not always be the healthiest food choices. No need to fret though - with a few simple tweaks you can give some of your summertime favorites a healthier twist. ...
If you closed your eyes and listened to Sean VanMeter tickle the ivories, you'd notice he plays with the confidence and skill of the great maestros.
Daunte Gibbs can really burn in the kitchen.
Although it may not seem like it now, there was a time when women weren't accepted in leadership positions within the church.
When a landscaper arranges a garden, they typically put specific plants in certain areas - confident they will stay in that one place.
Typically, art filling the gallery at the Georgia Heritage Center for the Arts is meant to be admired indefinitely.
Northeast Georgia is home to the best-tasting honey in the world, literally.
Angels are everywhere.
North Hall Middle School student Nathan Greene worked all summer on a project and finally saw its completion with help from North Georgia Technical College.
Dalayne Adkinson smiles as she rubs her toy elephant "Ellie" across her cheek. The 8-year-old beauty queen from Clarkesville said she has had the stuffed animal since she was a baby and it's always made her feel better. Toys can do that.
Abigail Haynes, an 18-month-old girl who lives near Dahlonega, is traveling to New York City next week to receive her fifth treatment for a rare and worsening vascular disorder.
Sometimes being thankful isn't so much about what you have but about what you can give.
Regardless of the time of year, decorating a small house or room can be a challenge.
This Thanksgiving, the American festival of eating will coincide with the Jewish Festival of Lights in a holiday match-up that has been dubbed Thanksgivukkah.
Traveling to Mars is unnecessary for an out-of-this-world experience. Just drive south to Arabia Mountain like I did.
For the first time in the school's 43-year history, Lakeview Academy claimed a state championship title for a one-act play.
When Wendy Dickey finally decided to pull her daughter Paisley out of pageants, both were devastated.
Samantha DeLong has been known to approach the particularly tall people she meets.
Seeing the way God works through the different communities of faith ranging from Hindu and Buddhist to Catholic and Christianity leaves the Rev. Shon Peppers with a feeling of gratitude for the almighty.
Despite the hardships posed by colony collapse disorder, many Northeast Georgia beekeepers are thriving.
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.
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