Your Labor Day weekend travel plans likely don't include Syria, but that country will still be a factor in them.
If it seems unusually quiet indoors over the next few days, that may be because your air conditioner isn't running.
Most people traveling during the Fourth of July holiday are planning to get a head start, according to AAA.
The pedestrian bridge in Gainesville should be repaired and reopened by this weekend.
If you plan to travel this Memorial Day holiday weekend, you may find things just a little bit less crowded. But don't count on it.
Atlas Pizza's purchase of the 32,000-square-foot, two-story 305 Bradford building downtown may bring 20 to 40 new jobs to Gainesville.
If your spring cleaning has stalled because you don't know what to do with piles of documents, Shred Away Cancer may be able to help.
You've filed your taxes and had time to catch your breath from that, but now you may be wondering what to do with those documents.
The Gainesville Housing Authority hopes its Bank Bus event on Thursday will help residents with their budgets, financial literacy and computer use.
Construction of the New Holland Marketplace shopping center in Gainesville remains on track for a February 2014 opening.
If the pollen seems worse than last year, maybe it's because you've been primed.
If you're wondering if temperatures in North Georgia are ever going to warm up, they should start doing just that today.
Retired Col. Benjamin H. Purcell of Clarkesville, who was the highest-ranking Army POW in Vietnam, died Tuesday at age 85.
The Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce job fair next week will be at a new site.
Lake Lanier hit winter full pool of 1,070 feet above sea level Tuesday. Next stop? Summer full pool.
Gainesville's jobless rate took a big drop in September, and with Lake Lanier Islands Resort and Wal-Mart hiring for new operations, it's likely to continue falling.
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