At 12Stone Church, it's all about the individual.
With the seasons changing, it's time to think about fall gardening plans. And fall is the best time to plant, Hall County Master Gardener Meg Pate said.
The rack of New Zealand lamb at Clarkesville's Glen-Ella Springs Inn has kept people coming back for years.
Many people know the old idiom: One man's trash is another man's treasure. But Dave Bogle has a different twist on the saying.
When officials at the Northeast Georgia History Center in Gainesville asked David Cook to become its videographer, he knew he couldn't say no.
In Hall County's large and ever-growing Hispanic population are people in need of a place to worship.
Creating your own birdbath from scratch can be as simple or as hard as you make it out to be.
Labor Day is this weekend and that could mean celebrating with friends and family - and for many that's cause to cook out.
Greg Crumley used to construct houses. Now he constructs wines, very good wines.
Lillypad the kangaroo has had a rough life so far.
Skylar and Aliyanah Rogers are two tough girls.
A large plot of land on J M Turk Road in Flowery Branch was once covered by a forest, but has been cleared away in the last year to make room for a new Jehovah's Witnesses' Kingdom Hall.
Frank Reddy always dreamed of having a novel published, but he believed it was a "pipe dream."
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When Larry Lokey goes to Antebellum, he knows he will receive a meal he loves.
It seems like there are not enough hours in the day to get everything done, and time to exercise often gets put on the chopping ...
While filling up his motorcycle at a gas station in Canada, Gainesville resident David Waldrip became aware of the sound of thunder filling the sunny ...
When Harvey Young first came to Cross Plain Missionary Baptist Church as a child, he arrived by mule and wagon.
Driving down Green Street is a trip through the history of Gainesville.
As I prowl the swamp that is the internet, I stumble on the occasional odd but interesting fact about the world of wine.
Sara Oakley finds beauty around her. Whether it's a scenic landscape or a captivating person, Oakley's art sets her free.
Editor's note: This series introduces one minister from a faith-based organization in the community each month.
Eating farm-fresh foods is easy during warmer months, but it's not impossible when temperatures drop thanks to one local agency.
A woman from a good home with a supportive family had one bad relationship with a man and found herself working in the sex trade ...
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