The Oakwood City Council unanimously approved the rezoning of a 20.6-acre commercial site between Interstate 985 and Atlanta Highway near Exit 17 from planned commercial development to commercial at a meeting Monday
Gainesville High School graduate Phalan Henry remembers her classmate Patrick Kelley as "selfless," "a light to those in darkness" and someone whose smile "could always make anyone's day better."
It's flu season again, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention predict a possible increase in flu activity over recent years.
After 61 years, the Junior League of Gainesville-Hall County's annual Charity Ball continues to make an impact on the community through local agencies around the holiday season.
Proud graduates gathered at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Hall County on Memorial Park Drive on Tuesday evening to celebrate their accomplishments with a dinner program after completing weeks of classes.
In 1876, the steamboat Chestatee mysteriously sank after having been the first steam-powered boat built and operated on the Chestatee River.
North Georgia history will be unveiled today at Hancock Park in downtown Dahlonega. At 11 a.m., the Chestatee River Diving Bell Committee, along with other special guests, will be dedicating the Chestatee River Diving Bell Pavilion that has been in the works since 2009. The pavilion will provide a permanent, protective outdoor space for the 1875 Chestatee River diving bell. The diving bell served as one of the most advanced types of American diving technology ...
The Georgia Lottery announced Tuesday that the Powerball jackpot climbed to $500 million, the largest in the game's history, for tonight's drawing.
After mild temperatures warmed up the Thanksgiving holiday, forecasters expect temperatures in North Georgia to plummet over the weekend.
While turkey remains a timeless Thanksgiving tradition in many households, so does the sport of Black Friday shopping for post-holiday deals and discounts.
College student Chris Brown will be eating Thanksgiving dinner in a tent while saving his place in a growing line of anxious shoppers outside the Best Buy on Dawsonville Highway this holiday.
Several organizations around Hall County are making sure there isn't one person in the community who goes without food or fellowship this Thanksgiving.
Although there are a multitude of reasons some students don't finish their higher education, Phi Theta Kappa members at Gainesville State College implemented a project Monday in hopes of encouraging classmates to complete their degrees.
Thanksgiving Day could become the new Black Friday now that many stores will be opening their doors to shoppers Thursday evening for traditional discounts and deals.
There's good news for those whose holiday travels will lead them through Georgia from now until Christmas.