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.
A Braselton man walking on Ga. 211 in southeast Hall County was killed Tuesday morning when he was hit by a vehicle, according to the Georgia State Patrol.
Two Gainesville Police Department officers and an Oakwood woman were injured early Tuesday morning after police say the woman eluded a traffic stop, hit the officers with her car and the officers fired shots at her.
Glitches with training documentation that hit the Georgia Department of Public Safety this week had minimal impact in Northeast Georgia, according to Capt. Tommy Waldrop with the Georgia State Patrol.
A portion of O'Reilly's Auto Parts was damaged Wednesday when a vehicle hit the building on Browns Bridge Road near the intersection of Pearl Nix Parkway.
Helping the animals survive the flood didn't require a boat this time, but it did involve eight staff members scrambling in the pouring rain to move about 20 creatures to higher ground.
Joshua Brian Randolph, a Gainesville man who police believe started a fraudulent newspaper, is now facing 42 charges, including theft, forgery and credit card fraud.
One week after a 24-year-old woman reported she was stabbed at a North Hall home, little new information is being released about the case.
The Oakwood Police Department is working on a case against a Gainesville man involving a newspaper the department believes he fraudulently created called the Gainesville Observer.