The Hall County Sheriff's Office on Thursday released a sketch of a suspect in a May 23 shooting at Wayne Wilson Pottery in Lula.
A man was shot and killed Monday evening in the parking lot outside the Peppers Market off E.E. Butler Parkway in Gainesville.
A Gainesville man was charged with using a gun with a filed-off identification number after a man was shot in the hand outside the J&J Foods on Jesse Jewell Parkway just before midnight Saturday.
A full lake plus a warm and mostly sunny Memorial Day weekend forecast likely means an especially busy Lake Lanier as local residents kick off the summer season.
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.
When the new teacher evaluation system first rolled out, there was a lot of apprehension as state leaders talked about tying the evaluations to how teachers are paid.
Gus Sialmas said his family has been in the restaurant business a long time. From the 1950s and '60s in Greece to the '90s in South Carolina and now to a new opening in Gainesville.\
The Guest House may be without a hobby shop, but it won't be for long.
Two Johnson High School seniors were arrested Monday after authorities say one of them brought a BB gun to school and another student was accidentally shot in the back of the head.
For those working in the Hall County court system, some cases really can stick with them, especially those involving young victims.
Emotions are high in an ongoing dispute between The Guest House, a nonprofit adult day care facility, and the Gainesville Housing Authority, which owns the property where the nonprofit has been housed since the 1980s.
In the moments after the blast, everyone responded.