If you don't plan to grow a fall garden, fall is the perfect time to inspect, repair and clean your gardening tools. When spring fever arrives, nothing is more frustrating than pulling out your gardening tools only to find a shovel or rake that is rusty or broken, or a tiller that won't crank.
You may not know plants like Tatsoi and Red Giant now but once you try these mustards in the cool season landscape you will forever be hooked. The cool season landscape can be both extraordinarily beautiful and edible if you plan your combinations carefully. Flowering kale and cabbage have long held the throne as pansy partners but now these new plants are causing quite a stir as their culinary purposes go far beyond the decorative garnish.
Today's poor economy has closed countless businesses and left many with little change in their pockets after bills are paid and mouths are fed.
A local Junior Dragster put the pedal to the metal in her first complete year of racing around the Southeast to win in a close championship.
Hispanic students from East Hall Middle School were encouraged last month to set their sights on higher education.
In the early 1900s, when Ira Ethridge went to work on his family's farm, the tools of his trade were basic.
While writing his latest novel, Gainesville author Scott Lindquist, along with the characters in his new book "The Jesus Factory," went on a decidedly spiritual expedition.
Being the chicken capital of the world, Gainesville has many chicken plants, but even more backyard poultry farms.
Downsizing recipes is not always an easy task, especially for classics like lasagna. How do you take a 9-inch-by-13-inch baking dish of lasagna that would serve six or more and scale it down to two or maybe three servings? You could cut the ingredients by half and boil just a few noodles. But you'd need a small baking dish. Or you could make one large pan of lasagna, cut it into portions and freeze them. ...
Allyn Cleon Johnson still uses the same doctor's bag that he took to house calls more than 50 years ago.
Kenny Quigley of New Lumpkin County High School was recently given the chance to play on a national stage this January.
When Mary Duvall goes hunting for a nice hat, she's not looking for a perfectly placed bow or just the right shade of any particular color.
The Rev. Kenny Rice decided five years after "planting" Set Free Baptist Church in Dahlonega, it was time to create a church with the same rock 'n' roll, biker feel in Gainesville.
When it comes to construction, green is the only way to go for some homebuilders and their customers.
In her first book, "Deceptively Delicious," Jessica Seinfeld, wife of comedian Jerry Seinfeld, taught readers the charms of cooking with pureed vegetables or fruits.