During its heydey, Pan American Airways helped establish standards for luxurious, international flights and brought glitz and glam to the airline industry.
Cpl. Christofer P. Baines may be in a career his family never expected, but that hasn't kept him from excelling with flying colors.
A major exhibit of folk art that captures the spirit of summertime tent revivals is on display at Piedmont College through July 20.
Sandy Shepard is looking forward to sharing her home's garden with the public.
We've all been there - a backyard barbecue with a chef who talks a good game, but unfortunately can't back it up.
If all goes as planned in the future, people will come from all over to take note of the conservation efforts of The Redbud Project in Gainesville.
It is likely Mary Jane Merk Patrick wiped away a few tears as she said goodbye to her husband.
Many freshmen enter college unsure about what they want to do with their lives, but that's not the case for four local students.
Wallpaper has been around for at least 2,000 years, dating back to when the Chinese started to hang decorated rice paper on their walls.
With Memorial Day weekend coming up in just a few short days, lots of folks have their minds set on hosting a barbecue.
Even though she sometimes dons a "Cinderella" costume, some nursing home residents see Anna Leigh Stewart as a fairy godmother.
Second-grade students at Spout Springs School of Enrichment got the chance on Tuesday to find buried treasure. But they got to do more than just follow a map.
One hundred years ago, as passengers and crew members aboard the RMS Titanic counted down the minutes to certain death or despair, members of one well-known North Carolina family were out of harm's way, having made a decision that likely changed the course of their lives.
When it comes to disaster preparedness, most people turn to the American Red Cross, not their church.
If you have ever driven by a home and thought their yard was especially beautiful, instead of keeping that gem to yourself, consider nominating the owners for public recognition.
Santa Claus is real, and he lives in Gainesville.
Vicki Moore didn't realize casually surfing the Web in 2004 could change her life. But with one click of the mouse, her eyes were opened to a whole new world she never knew existed.
As we inch closer to Christmas, the holiday season can start to feel less like a stroll through the snow and more like a marathon.
As we get closer and closer to the height of the holiday season, being excited for Father Christmas is no excuse to forget about Mother Nature.
Calliope Sweets owner Patty Phillips prides herself on her Southern hospitality, her roots and her skills in the kitchen.
Pet therapy is a common form of treatment for many individuals. However, patients who are hospitalized for long periods of time often spend weeks and even months away from their pets since animals are not allowed in hospitals.
For the 1 million Americans living with Parkinson's disease and especially those who are responding well to medication, more good news is at hand.
The plot of land began years as ago as a gateway to a string of parks connecting downtown Gainesville to Lake Lanier, with park benches and paths winding between trees and landscaped areas.
It's an unfortunate fact of life that, even in Hall County, not everyone has a home for the holidays.