Two years after local gardeners planted the seed of establishing the Gardens on Green, the fruits of their labor continue to pay off.
As a runner on her high school's cross country team, Vanessa Hurtado was used to pushing herself to the limits to outmaneuver her opponents.
Nestled among the small houses between Summit and Hunter streets in the Fair Street neighborhood of Gainesville stands St. Paul United Methodist Church.
When it comes to going "green," many people do so by reducing, reusing and recycling their household paper, plastic and glass products.
Spring's arrival means more than a landscape punctuated with a rainbow of flowering buds - it also means gardens overflowing with a cornucopia of fruits and berries.
By day, Dana Ellis is a soft-spoken paramedic, but at night she becomes a fearless, jammer blocking, hip-checking skater better known as Slick Kitty.
Laura Martin may only be a high school student, but she's already left a lasting legacy at Challenged Child and Friends.
Believe it or not, there was a time in society when people - especially children and teenagers - went outside to play and interact with their friends.
Throughout history, the way missionaries spread Christianity has changed as the world and cultural dynamics have advanced.
JEFFERSON - Garden enthusiasts couldn't have asked for a better weekend to search for their next pet project.
If wearing your "Kiss Me I'm Irish" T-shirt isn't enough to get you in the St. Patrick's Day spirit, maybe you want to set the mood from the inside out by sampling some traditional Irish eats.
Members of Silent Partners for Kids have taken a unique approach to fulfilling the group's mission.
Brittany K. Earls has discovered that sometimes you have to make your own way out of what seems like no way.
For as long as she could remember, Pastor Veola Thomas says that she has been able to see things that others couldn't.
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.