Connections between city and county, farmer and consumer and simply people with one another was the focus of Tuesday morning's Farm-City breakfast.
1. Presidential politics get all the limelight
It takes a special kind of person to be a scout sniper in the U.S. Marines. Andrew Pedry is that special.
Dawsonville Highway drivers, rejoice.
As Katy Perry's "Roar" blared from the back of a pickup truck, Fair Street School students and teachers waved, danced and walked their way through their neighborhood Friday during the elementary school's annual peace parade.
Richard Higgins, who served 11 years as chairman of the Hall County Board of Education, has announced he will seek the chairman post on the Hall County Board of Commissioners in next year's election.
It was a very happy day at Family Promise, according to Amanda Ayers.
Gainesville businessman Jim Walters was re-elected Monday as chairman of the board of directors for the Georgia Ports Authority.
A cow walks slowly through a grassy pasture toward a cool creek that meanders through green hills.
Jessica Braswell sat on the beach at Van Pugh Park on Lake Lanier with a friend earlier this month as her three children played in the water where it hits the sandy shore.
A driver was killed in a fiery crash in Atlanta early Friday morning after authorities say he led Georgia Capitol Police on a chase.
A manufacturing facility in Gainesville for pharmaceutical company Alkermes is being sold by the Ireland-based company.
Georgians may be able to buy fireworks down the street instead of across state lines under a bill that passed Monday in the House.
An Ellijay man faces charges of robbery by intimidation, theft, fraud and forgery following multiple incidents in Gainesville, Oakwood and Gwinnett County.
Firefighters had to clear a downed tree, shuttle water, work in frigid temperatures and beware of exploding ammunition as they battled a large house fire late Thursday night.
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