Fans of the Georgia Gold book series don't have to wait any longer.
A natural Southern lady herself, Helen M. Martin spent many years reading avidly and teaching just the same before writing about a woman in the South.
Sights and sounds of the pioneer days can be seen and heard at Fort Hollingsworth-White House this weekend in Banks County.
For years, midwife Ann Addison was trusted to bring thousands of new lives into the world in Hall County. Following a stage 3 pancreatic cancer diagnosis last year, the registered nurse and her family is seeking help to pay for her medical care.
Disney's magical storytelling will grace the stage at Holly Theater once again in "Mulan Jr." But first, the production team is looking to cast the perfect characters.
Reshoeing a horse or shaping iron into a useful tool was the work of a blacksmith.
The following is a listing of the summer camps in Northeast Georgia. Camps are listed in chronological order.
Cast off on a catamaran and cruise the waters of Lake Lanier this weekend with the Chattahoochee Riverkeeper.
Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, beauty queens, Shriners, band members, police officers and firefighters will march along Main Street early Monday morning to show their gratitude to the members of the five branches of the military.
Everyday life and symbolic works will adorn the halls of the Sautee Nacoochee Center for the next couple of months during an invitational exhibition.
Bikers will rev their engines and roar across Fulton County and into Forsyth County to remember a fallen motorcycle officer and raise funds for children.
The Brand Signature Series concludes Aurora Theatre's 18th season with the hysterical "Don't Dress for Dinner."
This Saturday, thousands of rubber ducks will make a stop at Lake Lanier for the 16th annual Rubber Duck Derby on their way north for the summer.
Sporting the retro theme of "Peace, Love & Arts in the Park," the fourth annual event will transform Town Center Park into a flashback of the 1970s.
The famous words "Hello, I'm Johnny Cash," will be spoken again in downtown Dahlonega this weekend.
Gospel and bluegrass music will be paired with fresh food for the "Maters & Music" event in Northeast Georgia this weekend.
Beer, wines and bands with the names such as Twisted Whiskey and Southern Accent will pour into Dawsonville for a festival this weekend.
Sounds from the 19th century will ring throughout the Piedmont College chapel Sunday afternoon as a new musical group performs for the first time.
A trio of siblings will show off their abilities to pull and pluck their own strings, musically that is.
Wine enthusiasts may indulge in more than 75 domestic, international and regional wines, as well as locally crafted beers this weekend in Braselton.
Iceland's majestic scene, the outdoor life and the impact of Elephant Six is the focus of three separate art endeavours at the University of North Georgia this month.
Garlic may drive away the vampires, but it brings in the food lovers.
Most musicians credit their bandmates for their growth as artists, but Karl Reising, the bassist for Mid Life Crisis, actually owes his life to his fellow musicians.
Family Promise of Hall County will crank up the tunes this Saturday to help make the dreams of many local homeless families come true.
Wine enthusiasts wishing to imbibe in the reds and whites fermented and corked in Northeast Georgia will have a chance this weekend.
Clay creations from juired gallery artists along with pieces from White County students adorn the walls in the Sautee Nacoochee Center until Sept. 7.
While New York City can experience Shakespeare in the Park, Hall County residents can picnic and enjoy an original tale on Lake Lanier.
Evoking the high energy and innate whimsy of a visit to the circus, a Gainesville-based nonprofit will host its seventh annual Gala for Hope & Healing.
The rhythmic clanging of a blacksmith hammering away at his anvil will reverberate through the Folk Pottery Museum of Northeast Georgia as the pioneering professional demonstrates his craft.
Artists aiming to expand their creativity and exhibit their wares will have a plethora of opportunities to do so thanks to the Helen Arts & Heritage Center.