Chickens are a source of food as well as jobs for many residents of Gainesville and Hall County.
The Georgia Mountains YMCA wants to inspire more children to keep their minds and bodies moving and grooving this summer.
It takes a certain amount of courage to set off on an adventure.
A ride through the North Georgia Mountains is turning into a friendly competition with the added bonus of a charitable contribution.
People in more than 70 countries around the world will come together for one purpose: to celebrate World Tai Chi and Qigong Day.
Communities across the region are "Painting Your World Purple" to show support for a special season: It's Relay For Life time, and purple is the color of cancer awareness for Relay Nation.
It's sheep-shearing time at the North Georgia Zoo and Petting Farm in Cleveland.
Some composers had a fascinating obsession with the repetition of musical ideas, from the Baroque to the 20th century.
The historic Hardman Farm and the highly recognizable Nacoochee Valley Indian Mound are pretty enough for a picture. And several painters will turn that statement into reality.
While plenty of summer camps and activities entertain children during their summer break from school, it does not mean adults can't participant in new and fun activities.
Are you ready to jam? Then head to Commerce for the Jackson Spring Jam on Thursday, May 5, at Bouchard Farms.
The area's first-ever craft beer festival is coming Saturday to Gainesville.
From quality antiques and collectibles to arts, crafts and games, the Flowery Branch Spring Festival will offer a wide range of items and activities for all to enjoy.
Carter Calvert & The Roger Cohen Trio will return to Gainesville for an evening of intimate jazz at the Arts Council.
Mrs. Beulah Rucker Oliver was an educator who educated African-Americans of Gainesville/Hall County from 1914 through 1958.
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Mary Kay Andrews, whose newest novel, "The Weekenders," was released earlier this month, will be featured at a book signing event at 2 p.m ...
Jam in the Park, a free concert benefiting Shriners Children's Hospital, will be from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday, June 4 ...
His music was iconic. And now the David Bowie, who died in January, will be remembered in a performance with some of his greatest hits ...
While some runners will race around the Eagle Ranch to benefit the children there, others will go the distance to support The Church @ War Hill ...
Camp Toccoa at Currahee was an important training site during World War II. More than 17,000 paratroopers - then a new type of soldier - spent ...
There are many ways to see the North Georgia mountains, but few compare to gliding through the open air, zipping over creeks and through trees.
It's a little bit high-tech gaming and a little bit old-fashioned treasure hunting.
The hills of Gainesville will be alive with the sounds of live music come summertime.
Georgia's bustling wine industry showcases its barrels of wine in the summer with festivals and activities.
The early morning skies in North Georgia's "alpine village" fill with dozens of massive, bright and colorful hot-air balloons for an annual spring event.
To kick off the best "summer party," the John Jarrard Foundation will entertain landlubbers, boaters and everyone in between with its second annual Lake Show.
Imaging jogging on a closed course with shaded, tree-lined paths and beautiful paved roads with pasture and lake views for a good cause.
Hall County is issuing its first open call for artists to participate in the Hall County Government Center Public Art Program.
Three distinct art exhibits will open next week at Quinlan Visual Arts Center in downtown Gainesville.
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