Joseph Williams, the man accused of shooting down Adrian Thompson outside Peppers Grocery & Market, was found guilty Thursday in Gainesville of murder.
Taking the stand in his defense Wednesday, Joseph Williams said he was a "scared man shooting for his life" when he gunned down 37-year-old Adrian Thompson.
A longtime friend of murder defendant Joseph Scott Williams said he was bullied, demeaned and pushed by the victim.
A Gainesville man on trial for murder was previously married to the wife of the victim, testimony in Hall County Superior Court revealed.
A Gainesville man being tried on a murder charge was previously married to the wife of the alleged victim, testimony in Hall County Superior Court revealed.
Hall County Sheriff Gerald Couch came into office in 2013 with big ideas to energize and revitalize services to residents. One area of improvement he has stressed is the individual improvement of deputies, including through increased training.
A Hall County grand jury has indicted a Gainesville man on charges of murder in the May death of his grandmother.
A Hall County jail sergeant fired Tuesday following accusations he punched an inmate in the stomach is now under investigation by the Georgia Bureau of Investigations.
A Gainesville couple's argument led to murder charges Friday following a June 13 incident outside their West Avenue house.
Attorneys are set to give opening statements Monday in Hall County Superior Court after selecting jurors for the murder trial of Joseph Scott Williams.
Residents may have noticed that the Gainesville Police Department is boasting a more visible presence in the community.
A leadership shake-up and shift in focus at the Department of Family and Children Services is a "major change," local child welfare leaders said this week.
Father's Day is a joyful occasion to celebrate dads and all they mean to us. But for some, the holiday is colored with sadness, a reminder of an important person they lost at a young age.
The Hall County Civil Service Board voted to affirm the termination of a former Hall County Fire Services employee for the third time after twice failing to conduct the appeals in compliance with the Georgia Open Records Act.
Sen. Butch Miller said when he told a young employee he would be participating in a panel on drug use among youth in the county, the worker immediately offered an insight.