Wauka Mountain Multiple Intelligences Academy will be putting 75 to 100 percent Georgia-grown foods on the lunch menu for one week this spring.
A small, 180-year-old cabin from Dahlonega's gold rush era made a six-mile trek Tuesday morning to its new location at North Georgia College & State University.
The Students Against Destructive Decisions chapters in Hall and Gainesville City High Schools are among the high schools that have been awarded a grant to help prevent teenagers from drinking and getting behind the wheel.
One of Gainesville State College's faculty members has been awarded for a lifetime of achievement in the field of gerontology.
Shortly after the Christmas holiday, Lucia Martin got in her car to run an errand. The Lyman Hall Elementary School secretary was driving on Ledan Extension about 7:45 p.m. on Dec. 27 when her car slipped off the road onto the shoulder. She overcorrected and drove across the roadway. Her car left the road and hit a tree, according to the Georgia State Patrol. Martin was airlifted to Atlanta Medical Center. Martin's left arm, elbow, ...
Dr. Wendell Carpenter, 79, of Gainesville died Thursday morning following an extended illness.
A widowed mother of four struggles to make ends meet by working two jobs. By the time she's made her car payment and rent, she's out of money for the month. The good news is that this isn't her real life, it's just a "Reality Check." Eighth-grade students from West Hall Middle School, North Hall Middle School and Chestatee Academy of Inquiry and Talent Development participated Wednesday in the pilot program, Reality Check, at Lanier ...
In a time when much of the Middle East is in a seemingly constant state of change, North Georgia College & State University provided an opportunity for clarification and discussion.
North Georgia College & State University returns for the third year with The Great Decisions lecture series produced by the Foreign Policy Association.
Fans of Chandler Massey braved the rainy weather Friday night to watch his big-screen debut. The movie "16-Love," staring Massey, premieres in select theaters across the country this weekend, including Hollywood 15 Stadium Cinemas in Gainesville. The location couldn't be more appropriate as the tennis-themed romantic comedy has local ties. Chandler Massey, who plays the role of talented tennis rookie "Farrell Gambles," is the grandson of Gainesville natives Abit and Kayanne Massey. He is a ...
Hall County high schools will keep the seven-period schedule they've had for the last two years in the upcoming school year.
Almost 1 million children in Georgia are overweight or obese, Children's Healthcare of Atlanta reports.
Two local Methodist churches are offering hot soup to Gainesville's homeless in the cold winter months.
The Disability Resource Center in Gainesville has a new piece of equipment that promises to make communication for the local deaf community a little easier.
Making donations to charities is always a good thing. Not only does it provide resources for a worthy cause but it can also give you a tax break.
It's easy to call Gainesville one of the best places for boating when you look at Lake Lanier.
The recent rain has been very good for the Georgia Mountain Food Bank as the seeds from its first community garden begin to grow and flourish.
Mark Coleman and the late Chris Mance spent the last few years preparing for retirement.
Fifth-grader Heartley Twiggs loves to read fiction books and thinks kids are better off when they read books they enjoy.
Though severe weather Saturday night washed out roadways in Flowery Branch, most students in the area made it to school Monday morning.
The Hall County Board of Education grappled with "philosophical issues" as it discussed ways to continue to function with a tight budget next year.
Whit Carmon was stepping off the bus after delivering his final term paper at the University of Georgia when his phone rang.
Brittany Evans wanted a storybook wedding but what she got was something more like a movie.
Jennifer Robson sits in front of her laptop computer and scrolls through a list of ads on an adult website, looking for a local woman to call.
With tears in her eyes, second-grade teacher Maria McConnell says goodbye to her class.
The 2013 graduating class of Gainesville High School has many accomplished students who are destined to do something meaningful with their lives.
Even though children aren't going to be able to visit their school library over the summer, there are still plenty of opportunities to hone their reading skills.
The Hall County Board of Education discussed ways to maintain employee morale while working within next year's tight budget.
Making a sandwich is easy: two slices of bread, some meat and cheese, and voila.
"It will be a blessed Mother's Day for my kids, my granddaughter, my wife," Grady Nolan said, his voice cracking slightly. "And for me."