Amid poolside barbecues, family vacations and day trips, officials are reminding residents to stay safe on the roads.
A two-vehicle wreck Friday afternoon west of Dahlonega killed a 76-year-old resident of Ben West Road.
Temperatures have been hovering in the 90s. Teachers have said farewell to their students. Memorial Day is almost here.
Holding chorus in a portable classroom, a cafeteria or even a theater is not ideal - especially when that space changes each year.
As Gainesville High School seniors graduated Friday, a few community members also received diplomas.
Riverside Military Academy considers itself lucky when one student from the school is appointed to the military. This year it has three.
On April 27, tornadoes ripped through the Southeast killing more than 300. The next morning, Dahlonega resident Taylor Wallace with the American Red Cross was in Pickens County assessing the damage.
A cool breeze and warm sun started off this spring's Blue Sky Concert series perfectly.
An induction into the Georgia Newspaper Hall of Fame is one of the highest honors a Georgia newspaper person can obtain. The late Charles A Smithgall Jr., co-founder of The Times, will be inducted June 9 into that hall.
Children are often asked what they want to be when they grow up. In Hall County, a group of high school students was asked that and then given the opportunity to do it.
Spelling bees aren't just for kids.
Early this morning, before the sun has risen, a darkened Gainesville church represents a dark tomb.
Noah Lenkeit, 7, carefully counted the icing squiggles on his sugar cookie. One, two, three - that's how old his tree, represented by icing rings on a cookie, would be.
Robert Garcia said it's just evil luck that brought a tornado crashing onto Gainesville the morning of April 6, 1936.
Crazy. That's what everyone calls Mary Beverly.
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