Saturday April 10th, 2021 8:12AM


Small Business Spotlight: The Painted Flamingo Pottery and Art Studio
Although the summer is winding down, it’s a tropical paradise all year long at The Painted Flamingo Pottery and Art Studio in Gainesville.
12:00PM ( 7 months ago )
DeVos applauds Forsyth County Schools return to school during visit
During a visit to Forsyth Central High School on Tuesday, U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos complimented Forsyth County Schools officials for beginning the new school year with face-to-face instruction.
7:21PM ( 7 months ago )
Local retailer creating stress-less study spaces, supply bundles
"When you're at home, it's hard and you're distracted, you have other things going on. And they have other things besides just schoolwork, they have television, video games, outside activities. "
2:00PM ( 7 months ago )
Northeast Georgia History Center celebrates 19th Amendment with new exhibit
The Northeast Georgia History Center at Brenau University is celebrating the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment with a brand-new exhibit.
6:00PM ( 7 months ago )
For Goodness Sake: Sisu Integrated Early Learning
At Sisu Integrated Early Learning in Gainesville, students and staff are encouraged to show their sisu, a Finnish word for grit, every day.
5:00PM ( 7 months ago )
Life with Lauren: Otter Splash! at North Georgia Wildlife Park offers an "otterly amazing" experience
At the North Georgia Wildlife Park in Cleveland, you can not only see a couple of Asian small-clawed otters, you can also swim with them!
3:00PM ( 8 months ago )
Small Business Spotlight- Southern Baked Pie Company
Amanda Wilbanks has fond childhood memories of helping her grandmother bake each Sunday after church.
5:00PM ( 8 months ago )
Medical pod unit for COVID-19 patients opening soon at Northeast Georgia Medical Center
The new mobile medical unit located outside of the North Patient Tower at Northeast Georgia Medical Center in Gainesville will start housing patients with COVID-19 as early as Monday.
1:14PM ( 8 months ago )
Hotter temperatures mean higher risk for heat-related illnesses
July is often one of the hottest months out of the year in North Georgia, which means residents who like to enjoy time outdoors need to be aware of symptoms of heat-related illnesses.
7:30AM ( 8 months ago )
The Fast Lane: Golf carts growing in popularity
As communities in North Georgia grow, some neighborhoods have seen a rise in the popularity of golf carts in recent years.
4:30PM ( 8 months ago )