Dr. Mike Hollifield responds to intense situations as a paid professional, working as a physician in Northeast Georgia Medical Center's emergency room.
Exercise and sunlight aren't discouraged but running along roadways is, Gainesville police are reminding residents.
A defense attorney argued that jurors could take his client's word he didn't sexually abuse a girl. It took the panel less than an hour to decide they couldn't.
When an Oakwood woman gave Dmitry Belousov shelter from the torrential downpour that hit South Hall County on May 19, 2013, she had already decided the fellow foreign national wasn't a love interest, she said.
Former Gainesville police officer Christopher Todd Doss, who has risen in the ranks of the FBI, always had a knack for solving crimes, his colleagues said.
The American College Rowing Association's National Championship Regatta is bringing hundreds of athletes to Gainesville.
Judge Jason Deal said a statement by defense attorney David Hoffer was in one respect an insightful way to explain how his client, Joshua Busby, was awaiting sentencing for abusing an 11-week-old infant.
Yes, Atlas Pizza is still moving, owners said.
At age 3, Kevin Raddatz is a little guy with chubby cheeks. To his dismay, the blue life jacket he most desired didn't come in his size.
Friends of a Buford man killed in a motorcycle collision sought to conceal their involvement in an accident that has now been deemed vehicular homicide, authorities said Friday.
Local officials said they approve of the direction the Hall County Sheriff's Office is headed as it opens the doors to the first of two full-service precincts in the northern and southern parts of the county.
Two Flowery Branch business owners have filed suit seeking compensation from the Norfolk Southern Railway Co. for flooding damages that wreaked havoc on their property.
Thirteen years after the slaying of a Gainesville woman, her killer has been convicted of murder and sentenced in Hall County Superior Court.
After permanently losing some of her ability to move freely, a Gainesville woman shot by police asked for mercy at sentencing.
After two hearings on the matter, a Hall County judge again postponed a decision on whether alleged prior violent actions of a Gainesville man killed in the Pepper's Market parking lot will be admissible in court.
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.
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