The majority of Gainesville's population is more inclined to rent rather than own property inside the city limits, a city report states.
When LaCrisia Larkin was in middle school, she was afforded the opportunity to play a part in "Conrack," a 1974 film based on the book "The Water is Wide" by Pat Conroy.
On Tuesday, during the Gainesville City Schools Board of Education meeting, LaCrisia Larkin was named as the permanent principal of Gainesville High School.
With the opening of Fair Street International Baccalaureate World School's new building scheduled for this year, Gainesville City Schools has had to expand its options for the 2013-2014 school calendar.
Plans were introduced for an expansion of Gainesville's downtown streetscape, this time spreading off the square.
Georgia colleges may want to prepare to ditch their familiarity with the way they are currently funded.
Although Gainesville officials said it was "just a thought," talk of looking into "public safety" taxes or fees for the area's property tax-exempt entities surfaced Friday at the City Council's work retreat.
Since 2002, the United States has had only two flu seasons that have affected more people than this year's. One of those seasons, the 2009-10 season, included the H1N1 pandemic.
A student organization at Johnson High School is encouraging classmates - all 1,300 of them - to show a little kindness in the hallways this spring.
Hall County Schools is planning to launch an online SAT preparation course for 250 interested students prior to the March 9 opening of test season.
Nearly two weeks into classes following the holiday break, safety remains a priority for school officials.
Starting today, an annual discussion program produced by the Foreign Policy Association and presented by the University of North Georgia will kick off an eight-week series to explore the international economy and world politics.
Georgia will look at new set of science standards for its public schools once they are released at the end of March.
Last spring, about 5,800 teachers were evaluated under a state pilot program, with almost 20 percent earning the top rating of exemplary and less than 1 percent of teachers classified as "ineffective," according to a study conducted by the state Department of Education.
Gov. Nathan Deal stated he will push to increase funding for the HOPE scholarship program following the start of the 2013 legislative session Monday.