Before bingo games began at the Gainesville-Hall County Senior Life Center on Wednesday, staff and center attendees talked about what they were thankful for this year.
Lake Ranch Estates residents are fighting a proposal to the Hall County Board of Commissioners that would a put a Dollar General store at the front of their neighborhood.
A Gainesville community group is raising awareness of a Northeast Georgia program focused on lowering the heating bill for low-income residents.
Journey, the classic '70s rock band, wrote a hit single about what happens "when the lights go down in the city."
Harold Johnson Jr. and his family know what they're thankful for this Thanksgiving.
Off-duty U.S. postal workers were out to deliver a different kind of message on Monday outside the Flowery Branch Post Office.
Water faucets never went dry during the 2007-2009 drought in Northeast Georgia.
While many tourist-related businesses around Lake Lanier are dreading economic impacts of water levels, Lake Lanier Islands Resort has one distinct advantage - diversification.
Drama for the Georgia Mountain Players, a nonprofit Gainesville theater company, is spilling off the stage and into City Hall.
South Hall residents aired their concerns about the past and future of water treatment in their community at a Hall County public hearing Thursday night.
Hall County residents are invited to give feedback tonight about planned improvements to the Spout Springs Water Reclamation Facility on Spout Springs Road.
Gainesville businesses and shoppers could get their first sip of Sunday alcohol sales on Dec. 11, pending a final vote from Gainesville City Council.
Hall County Schools is expecting it could lose more than $3.5 million in tax revenues this year after property tax appeals.
Sardis Enrichment School students get an introduction to their incoming interim principal today.
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