Without Meals on Wheels or the Senior Life Center, Gainesville resident Michael Chrystal would spend most of his days sitting at home alone.
After weeks of debate and discussion, the Gainesville City Council may approve its new ward map at Tuesday's council meeting.
Community Bank & Trust is closing eight of its bank branches in Northeast Georgia, including two offices in Hall County.
After a less-than-stable month in leadership at Hall County Parks and Leisure, the department now has an acting director.
Zalissa Lomax, 7, and Olivia Martin, 10, have been inseparable this summer. They wear similar outfits, ride the same bus to Sardis Enrichment School and spend most of their time at each other's houses.
Gainesville officials and residents whipped out their markers and scissors Thursday night to give the city a whole new look.
After weeks of discussion and community meetings on a redistricting map that would dramatically alter the city's wards, the Gainesville City Council received a second proposed redistricting map at Thursday's work session.
Gainesville is going to get a little greener and cleaner with the help of a federal trail grant.
After years of closings and empty lots in the retail sector, Hall County is seeing a fresh crop of retail stores.
Monday's community meeting on redistricting raised questions about the proposed boundaries of Ward 3 and how those lines will affect black voting strength within the ward.
In a halfway house that feels more like a jail than a place of recovery, addicts dream only of escaping and face a cold world once they leave.
Hall County may have a tough budget, but it's in good company. Many counties in the state are facing cuts and tax increases in the next couple of years, said Beth Brown, the director of communications for the Association County Commissioners of Georgia. After three years of declining tax digests, those tough options are simply par for the course. "They've made changes and cut programs and services and done things like tap into reserves when ...
Marty Nix's roots run deep in Hall County. He was born here, raised by a Baptist minister on a steady diet of gospel music that would later inspire him to play guitar for bluegrass and folk bands. He went to school at North Hall High, where his sister, Marlena, is now a teacher. And since college, he has served Hall County in a range of careers that have made him one of the most experienced ...
Community members will get an extra opportunity Monday to look over and comment on proposed City Council district lines.
Democrats across Georgia are using the president's birthday as an opportunity to get their party going.