FLOWERY BRANCH - Science is a big deal at this elementary school.
The Georgia Mountains YMCA thanked staff and volunteers Thursday at an annual appreciation luncheon attended by First Lady Sandra Deal and state Rep. Doug Collins.
Bachelor's degrees offer college graduates only so much in this world. Brenau University must pave a way for students who intend to set the pace for tomorrow, said Judge Sidney O. Smith Jr.
Gene Bishop loved hunting, community service, traveling in political circles and donating time and money.
Those who know her best describe her in many terms: Sassy, smart, down-to-earth, generous, wise, funny, feisty and strong.
ATHENS - Police in Athens say officers searching for the suspect in the fatal shooting of a police officer surrounded a house.
A new division at the Dawson County Sheriff's Office has been tasked with raising the agency's visibility in an effort to suppress and prevent crime.
Parks may be scenic and fun, but because of their relative isolation, they can also become trouble spots.
Gene Bishop, a prominent resident of Dawson County, died Wednesday of natural causes.
HELEN - If there's a time to push forward with adult literacy programs, it's now, Georgia's former first lady Shirley Miller told a group of educators Wednesday.
Students with autism now have a new place to learn.
No one planned for Pam Ware to build an award-winning drama program at Gainesville High School, said Merrianne Dyer, superintendent of Gainesville City Schools.
Former longtime state Agriculture Commissioner Tommy Irvin is in intensive care at Habersham Medical Center recovering from injuries suffered in a March 17 car accident in Toccoa.
The deputy injured in a four-car crash last week caused the wreck, according to a Georgia State Patrol report completed on the accident.
The Gainesville Police Department arrested a Gainesville man wanted in connection with a couple of burglaries, officers said.
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When winter weather hits North Georgia, the proper preparation can help get you through the storm and stay warm and safe. Follow these tips:
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