Almost 40 nearby residents and business owners shared their thoughts on the proposed widening of Ga. 13 on Thursday at a public hearing in Buford.
After more than 15 years as Hall County's banking leader, Regions Bank has dropped to No. 2 in market share, according to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.'s annual Deposit Market Share Report.
Six panelists, 150 people and two opposing viewpoints met Tuesday night as a Gainesville State College club hosted a forum about religion's role in government.
Local authorities collected more than 190 pounds of unused or expired medication Saturday during Operation Pill Drop.
Access to more than 280 years of Georgia records and information soon will be limited. Secretary of State Brian Kemp announced plans to lay off workers and require appointments at the Georgia State Archives in Morrow starting Nov. 1. Currently, the facility is open two days a week. Kemp has said he's unhappy about the decision, but it was necessary to help his office trim more than $730,000 from its budget. Gov. Nathan Deal has ...
Recess at Enota Multiple Intelligences Academy is about to get an upgrade. After years of work by parents, staff and school board members, plans for an improved playground are finally "getting down to completion," according to Gainesville City Schools Superintendent Merrianne Dyer. Scarlet Pendarvis, chair of Enota's Stay Fit Play Smart Playground Committee, said work on upgrading the decades-old play equipment is in phase 2, which includes repairing old problems such as drainage and creating ...
The crowd cheered as Dragonite, Ninja, Big Red, Ava 1 and others took flight on Thursday morning during Ava White Academy's Rocket Day.
Gainesville police are investigating a Wednesday night stabbing and a report of shots fired, two incidents they believe are related.
Georgia's commissioner of agriculture touted the reintroduction of the Georgia Grown program on Tuesday during the annual meeting of the Hall County Farm Bureau.
Flowery Branch police made the city's first arrest involving synthetic marijuana on Wednesday.
An Oakwood pastor is at odds with the city over the ordinance on signs, saying he believes the rules violate the Constitution.
A proposed Gainesville retail center inched closer to reality Tuesday as Gainesville City Council members heard a report recommending the annexation of 68 acres near Interstate 985 off Limestone and Jesse Jewell parkways for the development.