Facebook now boasts more than 1 billion active users worldwide, about three times the population of the United States.
Gainesville likely will move forward with improvements to its North Hall sewer pump station even after the Hall County Board of Commissioners voted Thursday night to build a new sewer treatment plant in the area.
Who's that coming down the track? It's the mean machine in red and black.
Students are grasping how technology works in today's world at an earlier age than ever, leaving some educators, many of whom have been in the class for decades, wondering how to keep up.
As shoppers and stores begin to recover from Black Friday sales, the United States Postal Service is gearing up to handle the swarms of people looking to ship holiday gifts.
Hall County recently introduced 20 alternatively powered buses to its fleet and is already looking to add more.
Lumpkin County High School will have a shot at a piece of $1 million worth of technology grants.
Hall County Schools' fiscal year 2013 ending balance may be a little better than initially anticipated.
While college students on four North Georgia campuses try to shed the turkey lag and look ahead to finals, officials are finalizing the consolidation of the two area institutions that oversee the schools.
A judge will have the final say on how Hall County and its municipalities will split sales tax revenues after independent and mediated talks between the governments fell through.
As aunts and uncles, cousins and grandparents covered the trays full of stuffing or the platters littered in turkey with tinfoil and made their way to the site of their family's annual Thanksgiving meal, dozens of volunteers around the county were doing similar work.
For many, the Thanksgiving meal acts solely as fuel for the sprint that is Black Friday shopping.
A state investigation of a complaint at the Hall County Elections Office is still open, according to a spokesman with Georgia's Secretary of State's office.
Turkey, stuffing and football are all synonymous with Thanksgiving, but none may be as important as sharing the day with loved ones.
A group from North Georgia College & State University's Department of Physical Therapy recently presented research at the annual meeting of the International Continence Society, held this year in Beijing, China.