Dub Harwell, publisher of The Times from 1982-84 and member of the Gainesville community until 2003, died Aug. 14 at the age of 86 at a nursing home in Asheville, N.C. He suffered from Alzheimer's disease for about the last 15 years of his life.
The Department of Transportation has signed off on plans for a new traffic signal at Howard Road and Ga. 365, putting the ball back in the court of RaceTrac and the city of Gainesville to begin the work.
A perfect storm is pushing gas prices up across the nation following refinery fires and pipeline problems in the western United States, and Georgia hasn't escaped the spike.
An anonymous donor has issued a challenge for Good News Clinics in Gainesville: Raise $80,000 and the donor will match it dollar for dollar.
The differences between candidates for the U.S. House 9th District seat were more obvious in personality than political stances Thursday night at a forum hosted by the Hall County Republican Party.
Lake Lanier is having an image crisis. The popular tourist destination, which sees almost 8 million visitors a year, was trending nationally on Twitter after a Friday accident critically injured an 11-year-old boy believed to be related to the entertainer Usher. The incident came less than a month after a boating accident killed Jake Prince, 9, and his brother Griffin Prince, 13, both of Buford, which resulted in a nine-day search for Griffin's body and ...
Violent thunderstorms swept through the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in Tennessee on Thursday, toppling massive trees throughout the popular tourist spot and killing at least two people, including Ralph Frazier, 50, of Buford.
Two people were still recovering Friday at Atlanta hospitals after being transported there by helicopter Thursday following a three-vehicle wreck on Ga. 60 in Lumpkin County.
A humorous video on YouTube helped catch two men this week who are accused of stealing shrubbery from a Braselton orthodontics office earlier this summer.
The Hall County Elections office is seeing a lot of moving and shaking this year, and not just from politicians.
In the fourth day of the search on Lake Lanier for Griffin Prince, crews began using a robot with cameras and lights that can search the deepest areas of the lake.
A man who fled from a Gainesville probation office Tuesday with a probation officer in his truck also had his young daughter in the vehicle, according to the Hall County Sheriff's Office.
A Braselton orthodontics office is missing a few items after an incident in May. It's not high-dollar equipment, cash or even electronics - it's shrubbery.
A man who crashed his 1994 GMC Sierra into a pregnant deer on Thursday is fine, but the deer and her two fawns did not survive.
John Jensen has some good news and some bad news about copperhead snakes. The bad news: They're abundant and often found in suburban areas. The good news: Their bite isn't likely to kill you. "Copperheads can live in a small little wood lot right next to a bunch of houses and seemingly do fine," said Jensen, a wildlife biologist with the Department of Natural Resources. "... They're common, and they can tolerate a lot of ...
Gov. Nathan Deal ordered Bibles be returned to rooms at state parks Wednesday after the books were removed following a complaint from a guest.
Li Cohen used to hate science.
Four children sat in a boat on their school's gym floor Thursday as Department of Natural Resources officers shook it and a crowd of their classmates loudly counted down.
School leaders said they are glad more factors are being considered in rating schools, but the scores released Tuesday still don't paint an accurate picture of what's going on in schools with high numbers of students learning the English language.
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