When Martha Nesbitt retires from Gainesville State College this summer, she'll likely be stepping down as its third - and final - president.
Gainesville State College and North Georgia College & State University will soon be fused into one institution, pending approval of the Board of Regents next week.
Pre-kindergarten students may have 10 more days in the classroom starting this fall in a proposal announced Thursday by Gov. Nathan Deal.
Mitt Romney won the Iowa caucus Tuesday night, but local support for other candidates hasn't waned.
North Georgia College & State University in Dahlonega has another accolade to add to its list.
Georgia's agriculture industry is calling for a new guest worker program to stave off crop losses due to lack of labor.
Over the next decade, 80 percent of jobs will require some form of math and science skills, according to the National Science Foundation.
Gainesville City Schools board members are looking to have more input from parents and school leaders in policy development.
More than $25 million in citations have been issued since Georgia's super speeder law went into effect in July 2009.
Gail Schneider has a magnet on her refrigerator that says, "Stop me before I volunteer again."
2012 is less than 24 hours away. For some, the New Year will be rung in by watching peaches, apples or possums drop from the sky. For others, it will be celebrated with a cold one or a glass of champagne in hand. Keeping those folks from behind the wheel is the goal of law enforcement statewide. "We encourage everyone to have a good time, but designate a sober driver," said Sgt. Kiley Sargent, spokesman ...
John Harper's got a good ear. The 80-year-old Gainesville resident has spent the past 15 years working with Action Ministries-Gainesville, a ministry that seeks to listen to and help out those in need. It's part of a statewide organization funded through grants and private donations, Harper said. There are about 20 local churches participating, including his. People who are in need of financial assistance call to make an appointment to sit down with a volunteer ...
With the holidays come designer chocolate gift baskets, tasty treats and an increased risk of pets getting sick from eating them.
When it comes to teaching children about families, sisters Evelyn Brown and Betty Gillespie have it down pat.
The red, white and blue are flying a little brighter today in Gainesville. Billy Kimbrell, corrections officer with Hall County Building Maintenance, spent Wednesday replacing the faded state and national flags at several local government buildings. "We're patriotic, we love our country and we want to make sure the flags look good and make things look good in Hall County," Kimbrell said. "We've got a lot of pride here." Don Head, facility maintenance supervisor for ...