The possibility of dreary weather didn't damper the Christmas spirit that filled Gainesville's downtown square Thursday evening at this year's annual Jingle Mingle.
Ashley Ellis gives much of the credit for some of her daughter's most basic life skills to therapy the little girl received at a Gainesville-based nonprofit.
A 49-year-old man convicted in Hall County of enticing a child for indecent purposes has received a 15-year sentence.
When Lyla Ross found out her evening of shopping would benefit cancer patients at Northeast Georgia Medical Center, the money she spent became about more than just the items she took home.
As Election Day approaches Tuesday, two local civil rights organizations want to ensure that all Gainesville voters have the opportunity to make it to the polls.
Angela Haun electrified fifth-grade students at Enota Multiple Intelligences Academy Friday in the most literal meaning of the word.
Many leaders help build their community, but on Thursday, 10 men who actually build it with their hands were honored in the Featherbone Communiversity's first Master Craftsmen Awards.
Gainesville's newest library is a dream come true for many parents, with a collection of titles geared specifically to children and no late fees for overdue books.
A steady stream of Hall County voters cast their ballots this past weekend as election offices statewide opened for Saturday voting.
Second-grader Sarah Morris was a little girl with a big idea for her school.
Up until two years ago, Layla Hardy's life had revolved around one thing: food.
Although October may be most widely known for breast cancer awareness and the color pink, schools across Hall County also made mention of the importance of a drug-free community by donning red.
Early voting continued to draw a crowd Tuesday at the Hall County Elections Office off Browns Bridge Road in Gainesville.
For everyone in Hall County wanting to see a 70-million-year-old Mosasaur fossil, look no farther than your own backyard.
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