Jeff Yeary believes worshippers should enjoy themselves in the church.
BRASELTON - The Braselton Urban Redevelopment Authority voted last week to approve the issuance of bonds totaling $5 million to fund six planned projects in the downtown area.
Diabetes is a disease many are familiar with, but few recognize the symptoms in themselves.
JEFFERSON - Driving along Martin Luther King Jr. Drive in Jefferson is pretty much smooth sailing, until you hit the trouble zone.
Katy Wilson is many things - daughter, sister, friend and advocate to name a few. One thing she is not is a "retard."
The poor economy didn't keep first-time dad Jerry Mays and wife Fe from having a baby Wednesday. They felt it was just time.
A missionary's life can be tough enough overseas, just getting used to a new climate, strange foods and different routines.
A grid of numbers on a sheet of paper will play a big part in how much time Wendell Spell serves in prison for the biggest fraud in Hall County history.
Motorists who have ever wondered how to quickly get from Ga. 60/Thompson Bridge Road to Ga. 365 - or vice versa - one day may have their answer.
Last week was a busy one for Riverside Military Academy's new commandant.
Christine Hudson is tired of waiting to see the Black and Cooley drives community revitalized.
MAYSVILLE - The Jackson County government doesn't anticipate making any more cuts through the end of the calendar year, officials say, but the county may face some challenges with the 2010 budget.
Christal Dimas is an accomplished leader, but she isn't content.
When things aren't working out, sometimes it is best to try something different. At least that's Hall County's view.
Hall County is hoping to earn a federal grant to acquire its own broadband Internet system.
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Each year, students with behavioral or psychological disabilities are sent from local public schools to the Futures Program.
Punctuated by the snip-snip-snip of scissors, the dialogue between Pauline Skinner and Stylarama "operator" Sherry Armstrong touches on most every subject.
Women all over the country buy and sell breast milk, but may not realize the inherent risks of doing so.
With the nation mourning the loss of four Marines and one Navy officer who lost their lives in the attack on two military centers in ...
Area residents are skeptical about progress but eager to see completion of the Appalachian Parkway - formerly known as the Cleveland Bypass.
Anthony Hughes of Carrollton is dead serious about buccaneer life, from the bandanna tied around his head to the black Cavalier boots on his feet.
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