Fall is a great season for getting an elevated view of Georgia. The sky is at its deepest blue, and from the mountaintops one can see into far corners of our state.
As a pastor of a church in Gainesville for more than 20 years, I have seen elections come and go.
Editor's note: This column is an excerpt from a piece by William Tyson, the University of Georgia Cooperative Extension coordinator in Effingham County.
Sunrise at the beach is mesmerizing. The Atlantic Ocean reflects in hues of green, blue and purple. A salty breeze refreshes the air.
Let's get theological today.
My brain works in funny ways. Yours is probably similar.
Recently, I engaged in conversation with some youth of my church at St. Michael.
This is the time of year many homeowners are probably thinking about fertilizing or renovating their lawns.
The Georgia Mountain Food Bank's Annual Empty Bowl Lunch is set for Tuesday.
I love sports. I love athletics. And as long as I can remember, I've been involved in some facet of sporting competition.
Lemmy returns for his recheck following a bout with Leptospirosis.
Warren Johnson is back, and so is his great little book, "Georgia's Wineries and Vineyards: A Wine Lover's Guide."
Single homes in Hall County often come with a built-in garage and a "bonus room" on top of it. If you're thinking about making it the children's bedroom, trouble may lurk.
With the fall season officially beginning next week, the Atlanta Botanical Gardens, A Smithgall Woodland Legacy, in Gainesville will open its doors and offer five new classes this season.
Lemmy has been hospitalized for two days when I learn the reason for his illness. I had suspected, but with confirmatory blood work, I now know.
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A few weeks after Sept. 11, 2001, Georgia native Alan Jackson wrote a song called, "Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning)."
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