When it comes to dangerously addictive drugs, the real killers aren't in baggies or dirty needles sold on street corners. They're in prescription bottles, doctors' offices and medicine cabinets throughout Hall County.
August will be a month of open doors and conversation in Hall County if Randy Knighton has anything to say about it.
As construction on the pedestrian bridge spanning Jesse Jewell Parkway continues, workers are building platforms to allow them to lay concrete beams next week.
Gainesville City Council voted Tuesday to fund three emergency warning sirens, paying for part of the $60,000 project with grant money.
As temperatures climb, Hall County residents may want to head for the hills. That's what meteorologist Laura Belanger recommends.
Elementary students at three Gainesville schools are about to learn that fresh fruits and vegetables are anything but icky.
A Hispanic man in his early fifties was found dead Saturday afternoon at Alta Vista Cemetery in Gainesville.
Maleah Truelove was a 13-year-old smart aleck, all jokes and toughness on the outside.
Contracts for new Hall County Administrator Randy Knighton and Assistant Administrator Marty Nix are in review and were pending a single signature Friday.
Interim Hall County Administrator Jock Connell was released from a hospital Friday after being treated briefly in the morning for chest pains.
As the Gainesville City Council looks to move forward with new redistricting maps, minority representation is key in their minds.
Hall County Administrator Randy Knighton said he will appoint an assistant county administrator within the next 10 days and that person will also oversee a county department.
If Gainesville residents want to contend for one of six seats on the Gainesville City Council or city school board, now is the time to make it official.
Just as American travelers save up to backpack across Europe, European travelers are exploring the foreign territory of the Deep South on tours organized by international agencies.
The Chestnut Mountain post office may be wedged between a pawn shop and a gas station, but for local residents, it's a safe haven for their mail - a safe haven that may be disappearing.
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