These books are ripe for the picking.
Consensus requires conflict.
The Flowery Branch City Council unanimously adopted its fiscal year 2011 budget Thursday night with a 3 percent decrease.
Hear the tale of Genghis Khan.
Within the next year, Bethany Berg will realize the joy of homeownership as she becomes the first Dawson County Habitat for Humanity recipient.
The lines in the palm of a hand aren't just for fortune-telling.
Gene Beckstein and Nathaniel Shelton started life at two very different points, but somehow ended up on the same path.
State Board of Education member Brad Bryant stepped up as the interim state school superintendent Wednesday, but he has a long race before he secures the position permanently in November.
If he didn't have air conditioning, 7-year-old Noah Deal would go swimming every day.
The last of 11 suspects in a gang-related fight that left one man dead earlier this week made his initial court appearance Wednesday and was denied bond.
A Forsyth County man facing charges of biting two young girls has been arrested again, this time on an aggravated stalking charge.
Georgia students have seen increased rigor in testing standards for all classes in the past few years, and now another subject joins the list - physical education.
Although hiring freezes and budget cuts paint an unfavorable future for education majors in college, an alternate teaching certificate program just keeps growing.
After the death of local Realtor Mitch Farmer, friends, co-workers and family are coming together to continue the June Jam benefit concert he began four years ago.
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The Dawson and Lumpkin communities are mourning the deaths of two toddlers who died in a mobile home fire Monday afternoon.
The Times and AccessWDUN are joining forces to sponsor a town hall meeting in May to allow residents to ask questions of the five men ...
Braving winter weather
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