On Thursday, Russian President Vladimir Putin said he "intends" to sign a controversial bill barring Americans from adopting Russian children.
A Hall County man is in jail after sheriff's officials say he opened fire on utility workers trying to restore power near his home early Wednesday.
The Gainesville City Council will likely pass an ordinance Thursday amending the licensing, permitting and business regulations for the use of city right-of-ways.
Come the new year, North Georgia College & State University and Gainesville State College will be one, forming the University of North Georgia after the nearly year-long process of consolidation reaches its first terminus.
While some dream of a white Christmas, some are dreaming of the restart of school in January.
One week ago, Brenau University officially took control of the Georgia Mountains Center, making it the home of the school's new doctoral physical therapy program.
With less than 24 hours left until Christmas, stores are buzzing with last-minute shoppers looking to check off the last of the presents from their twice-checked lists.
The age of a singular pathway for high school students has come to an end, say leaders of Hall County schools. In fact, they said, that age should have passed years ago.
In 1925, Cecil Boswell, 8 years old at the time, moved from Jackson County to a mill village just south of Gainesville.
Hall County paused Friday evening to remember the lives of the 26 Sandy Hook Elementary School students and teachers who lost their lives a week earlier in one of the worst mass shootings in the nation's history.
Congratulations. You have made it through the end of days.
For nearly two decades, Doug Carter has served on boards and committees for the Northeast Georgia Health System, most recently as the chairman of the Northeast Georgia Medical Center Board.
As Brenau University settles into its new expansion at the Georgia Mountains Center, university officials continue talks to grow the campus even more. This time, discussions involve a new home for the university's ever-growing athletic department.
Hall County Schools has opened its internal borders and, regardless of the school assignment, students throughout the county are free to apply to a program of choice in their area of interest.
For more than two years, a group of nearly 30 volunteers has been celebrating the cultural diversity of Gainesville by broadcasting its voices throughout the area.