After 87 years of satisfying chicken lovers while raising thousands of dollars for its host school, this year's traditional Chicken Pie Supper at Wauka Mountain Multiple Intelligences Academy will be replaced.
After 10 long, word-filled rounds, Gainesville Middle School eighth-grader Ally Kimpling was challenged to correctly spell "haughtiness" and claim the title of top speller at the Gainesville City Schools middle school spelling bee on Thursday.
After a tough war of words, North Hall Middle School eighth-grader William Usrey was named this year's winner of Tuesday's systemwide Hall County spelling bee after correctly spelling the words "prairie" and "safari."
The Chestnut Mountain community is mourning the loss of a longtime pillar. William Newton "W.N." Oliver Jr., father of former Hall County Commission Chairman Tom Oliver, died in his home Thursday at the age of 91.
Hall County recognized three area industries excelling in their economic impact, corporate responsibility and workforce at the fourth annual Industry Appreciation awards Wednesday at Gainesville's Chattahoochee Country Club.
Real estate executive Frank Norton Jr. presented 10 steps to an economic "game plan for the next four years, a game plan for challenging times, a game plan for opportunity, a game plan for North Georgia" at his annual Native Intelligence report Thursday at the Gainesville Civic Center.
Flu season typically reaches its peak in January, and Dr. Fatimah Manzoor from the internal medicine department at The Longstreet Clinic in Gainesville said this has been a particularly aggressive season.