Hall County officials are touting the success of the court's misdemeanor probation office a year after its creation.
Artists braved afternoon showers Saturday to participate in the 10th annual Art in the Square in downtown Gainesville.
A 30-year-old Oakwood man was found not guilty Friday by a Hall County jury of all charges related to a child molestation case.
The Georgia Mountain Food Bank's sixth annual Empty Bowl Lunch fundraiser drew its largest gathering yet on Thursday.
A Gainesville man was arrested Tuesday on a charge of enticing a child for indecent purposes, following a Hall County Sheriff's Office undercover operation.
A former Hall County Sheriff's Office jailer pleaded guilty to one count of simple battery and was sentenced on Sept. 4.
For Hall County Sheriff's Office training director Lt. Michael Myers, Wednesday was another afternoon behind the wheel burning rubber.
The first of two fire stations that will plug a hole in coverage and lower residents' insurance costs moved closer to reality Tuesday.
A 20-year-old College Park man drowned Tuesday while trying to swim from the beach to boat docks at Sunset Cove on Lake Lanier, authorities said.
Gainesville woman Ashley Richardson and Jessie Joe LuJan, 34, were arrested more than a year ago in the beating death of 25-year-old Devin Anthony Thomas.
Unity was a resounding theme at 9/11 memorials on Wednesday in Gainesville.
Domestic violence claimed the life of Gainesville woman Ginger Tanner in June. To honor her memory, shed light on domestic violence, and fund resources to assist possible victims, friends, colleagues and community leaders have organized a Sept. 20 event at Washington Commons shopping center.
Hall County District Attorney Lee Darragh announced Tuesday his office will not pursue charges in an Aug. 20 Gainesville Police Department officer-involved shooting.
The Georgia Association of Latino Elected Officials, in conjunction with Univision, held a forum Saturday in Gainesville to discuss immigration issues, dispel myths and encourage greater civic participation from the Latino community.
Those chicken nuggets you enjoy may no longer be under the wing of a U.S. processing plant.
Online social media profiles have become a seamless extension of our real-world personalities. But with broader access to sharing your life and personality via the Internet come implications, including with the criminal justice system.
Donning pink and yellow hard hats, a group of 11 women sported a distinctly different look than most graduating classes at commencement.
The last time Antonio Thompson talked to his brother, Adrian asked him if he was still getting married. He wanted him to maintain a path toward stability.
A Hall County judge has set an Aug. 12 court date to rule on a civil case in Superior Court involving two former deputies.
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