While the name "Sense and Sustainability" may sound like a familiar book title, don't confuse it with the famous Jane Austen novel.
Mansfield Oil Co. now holds the distinction of being the first Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design certified building in Hall County.
Seniors at Gainesville High School diverted from their regular academic schedule Wednesday morning to learn lessons in financial responsibility.
The legacy of longtime hospital volunteer Nell Whelchel Wiegand was honored Monday at the dedication of Nell's Prayer Garden at Northeast Georgia Medical Center.
It's tough to be a bug, especially if your job is to eat away an invasive exotic species killing off trees across the country.
"I wanted it to be a chance for everyone to see each other as human beings. I'm not seeing you as just a cancer patient but a person. You're not seeing me as your cancer doctor but as a human being."
At age 86, Hall County resident Milly Olsen says she has been to the Mule Camp Market enough over the years to know that this year's edition featured the best festivities yet.
Oakwood's City Manager Stan Brown had some encouragement at Saturday's Secret Santa Car Show for those who may get pulled over by the police in Hall County within the coming weeks: you may not necessarily be getting a ticket.
There's a need in the community, and it's one that only those in Hall County can fill.
Though Anne Fuqua has a six-hour train ride each week from Birmingham, Ala., to Gainesville so she can play with Flowery Branch's power soccer team, the North Georgia Screamin' Eagles, she has one thing to say:
Gainesville's Wood's Mill High School invited families interested in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program to attend a workshop Saturday in the school's gymnasium.