Driving through Hall County and seeing dogs tied up in yards breaks Gainesville resident Harriette Taylor's heart.
Curtis Segars, retired for 27 years, has a new, if temporary, job as a member of the Gainesville City Council.
The Jackson County Sheriff's Office on Thursday shut down what it said was an unlicensed local health care facility run by a Gainesville man who has a criminal background.
It's been nearly a year since the Georgia Poultry Lab closed on its property at the Gateway Industrial Centre, and Hall County is still deliberating the best way to provide the sewer service it promised.
Former Gainesville High School Principal Curtis Segars joined the Gainesville City Council and took off running Thursday morning at its work session.
Lula officials say they're still open to partnering with Hall County to provide sewer to the Gateway Industrial Centre and the Ga. 365 corridor, but frustration is growing among some involved.
Cheryl Carter got a box of food from the Georgia Mountain Food Bank and a hug from an Atlanta Falcons football player Tuesday at the Gainesville-Hall Senior Life Center.
The Gainesville Planning and Appeals Board approved the annexation request Tuesday of Foote & Miller Properties LLC.
Former Gainesville High School Principal Curtis Segars is scheduled to be sworn in and take a seat on the Gainesville City Council at its Thursday work session.
Hall County has spent much of what it has currently pledged for the Gateway Industrial Centre, according to a presentation at the board of commissioners' Monday work session.
Gainesville has gotten approval from the Georgia Historical Society for a historical marker at the site of the former Cooper Pants Factory.
Gainesville voters who cast ballots in November will be the first to directly elect a mayor.
The Hall County Board of Commissioners is expected to discuss amended meeting minutes next week after a sharp-eyed resident spotted differences in the video and minutes of a February meeting.
Gainesville resident Deitra Lovell is so private that when she won $500,000 in the Georgia Lottery, she didn't even tell her mother, Jo Ann.
Members of Brenau University, the Gainesville-Hall Greater Chamber of Commerce and community leaders gathered Thursday for a transportation presentation that could change the way area seniors get where they're going.