A helicopter circled above the Midtown Greenway on Tuesday afternoon as students waited below in the June heat.
With just three days of school left, a bomb threat scrawled on a boys bathroom wall forced an evacuation Wednesday morning at Chestatee Academy of Inquiry and Talent Development.
We got the call at 3 p.m. on a Monday. Two little ones needed a home.
A Braselton man accused of embezzling more than $75,000 from Road Atlanta over the course of a year now faces charges of embezzling another $46,000 from the South Hall County race track.
Owners of an Irish restaurant and pub in Dahlonega are trying to make plans for a St. Patrick's Day weekend without a building.
Put down the apple juice and pick up an apple. That's the advice of a dietitian with the Northeast Georgia Medical Center about how to cut sugar from your diet.
A Hall County Sheriff's Office spokeswoman said a suspect has not been identified in the death of an Oakwood woman whose body was found Feb. 8.
The two men didn't get into a fight or even speak to each other before they left Branch House Tavern, according to a manager. But what happened after they left is less certain, except that one was shot dead.
Hall County Fire Marshal Scott Cagle said Friday was the first time in his 21-year career he has seen frozen fire hydrants.
Gwinnett County police say they believe a Forsyth County man intentionally crashed his van into vehicles stopped at a traffic light.
A Norcross woman is dead and a Forsyth County man is in intensive care and facing charges following a wreck Thursday morning in Gwinnett County.
Expansions in Northeast Georgia are what will keep Gainesville's hospital afloat in an increasingly difficult environment, Northeast Georgia Health System President and CEO Carol Burrell said Monday.
Two Gainesville residents were arrested after a woman was forced into the bathroom of her apartment, according to arrest warrants, and shots were reportedly fired.
Temperatures this morning will be so low you could get frostbite in fewer than 30 minutes, officials said.
The driver at fault in a July 12 wreck that killed three people had a blood-alcohol content of more than triple the legal limit, marijuana and opiates in his system and was driving on a suspended license, according to a highway collision report obtained Friday by The Times.