A stone's throw from the Gainesville Fire Department's headquarters on Queen City Parkway, family members rummaged Monday through the burned contents of their home.
A Georgia State Patrol trooper driving Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle in an SUV to the Capitol on Wednesday morning struck the rear of a car driven by an Oakwood woman on Interstate 985.
Every day you turn on the faucet in your house and clean water comes out.
A man had to crawl out of his northwest Hall County home Thursday night after a neighbor called him to tell him it was on fire, according to another neighbor, Shirley Beck.
A 22-year-old pregnant woman hit two vehicles before overturning her vehicle, seriously injuring her father, according to the Georgia State Patrol.
Two people were killed early Friday morning when a pickup truck attempted to pass another vehicle on Browns Bridge Road and struck an SUV head-on.
Editor's note: The Hall County Sheriff's Office later determined the suspect was Kelly Martinez Nicely, not his twin Keary. Read more about the mistake here.
Northeast Georgia Health System is closing its child care center in May, the hospital announced Wednesday to employees.
Porfirio Salcido, a Gainesville High School student, said he had heard about home invasions happening in his neighborhood off Old Flowery Branch Road, but he didn't think his family would be victims.
A Times photographer was charged Friday with obstruction after he arrived at a crime scene off Lyman Street in Hall County to take photos.
A Gainesville man who started a fraudulent newspaper pleaded guilty earlier this week to 49 charges, many stemming from the operation of the Gainesville Observer newspaper. He was sentenced to eight years in prison.
Jose S. Lara-Hernandez knew something wasn't right when the man he was driving in his taxi wanted to go to the YMCA with a .22-caliber gun.
Twelve years after the 9/11 attacks that killed thousands, Gainesville and the rest of the nation remember those who lost their lives and those who put their lives on the line to save others.
A bowl of chocolates on the desk of North Hall Middle School Principal Shane Rayburn now has a few apples in it.
An extra 2,000 square feet will provide better education and counseling to patients of the Good News Clinics.