While Hall County residents are checking updates from their friends, they can also track emergency, traffic and weather alerts in their area.
The Hall County Board of Commissioners will choose a new county attorney this week, hoping to put an end to high costs from its interim law firm.
A retired University of Georgia administrator is the sole finalist to become the new chancellor of the University System of Georgia, the state Board of Regents announced Friday.
Georgia's criminal justice system must change, Gov. Nathan Deal said Friday as he signed legislation in his son's Hall County courtroom.
Tax digest numbers are already looking worse than Hall County officials predicted three weeks ago.
Gov. Nathan Deal appointed two Hall County men to state boards Friday, including the son of one of his business partners.
The Gainesville City Council is taking a look at its sign ordinance and deciding whether to incorporate changes in technology.
The General Assembly passed the 2012 budget last week, but state lawmakers are still looking for ways to trim costs.
Several Hall County churches that plan to help Gainesville's homeless population are still looking for support to launch their idea.
It's finally time for politicians to create a smaller state government, says a Hall County lawmaker.
Georgia's public college students will pay between $150 and $450 more per semester in tuition and fees under an increase the Board of Regents approved Tuesday.
The Gainesville City Council voted to prepare for future growth by approving land acquisition for several water projects.
Hall County residents will soon have a new place to dance. At Monday's Hall County Planning Commission meeting, an Athens Street business that now serves as a banquet hall asked to expand its use to include recreational and cultural uses. Shy City Jazz Lounge, located near the intersection with Purina Drive, will feature a live jazz band 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. on Friday and Saturday nights. Business owner Melody Parrott plans to hold teen ...
The morning after the 2011 legislative session ended, Gov. Nathan Deal was busy. He phoned into an Atlanta morning radio show at 8 a.m. to wish a local radio host farewell after her 10 years with the station. Then he gave his thoughts about the completed session, immigration legislation and Sunday alcohol sales in separate interviews with The Times, Associated Press and Atlanta-Journal Constitution. Then he began planning how to address more than 200 bills ...
Teachers and administrators at Oakwood Elementary School are convinced their students could be the next community leaders.